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05
Mar

WSA Summer Ball: Early Bird Tickets now on sale!

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Tickets are now available for our annual WSA Summer Ball!

This year the theme is ‘Roaring 20s’ so kick your heels up, knock your drinks back and party like it’s 1920! Themed outfits are optional but we would love to see a sea of pinstripe suits, feather boas and flapper dresses.

WSA Summer Ball is on Friday 01 May, 20:00 – 01:00, at the Winchester Guildhall. Enjoy casino games, dancing and classy cocktails.

Early bird tickets (£12) are now on sale from the Box Office and will be available until Monday 06 April. Standard tickets (£15) will be on sale … Read the rest

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14
Feb

Your Grad Ball, Your Choice

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If you’re in the final year of your studies, get ready to celebrate your University years in style at Grad Ball 2020! This year it will be held on Saturday 06 June at the Students’ Union (get the date in your diary!).

This is your Grad Ball, your choice, and we’ve already started asking final years what you want to enjoy at the Ball. Over 67% of those who took part in the first survey voted for ‘Themes’ rather than ‘Acts’.

This means the ticket will be priced between £20 – £25 and the focus will be on themed … Read the rest

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30
Jan

Varsity 2020 – Tickets On Sale!

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Ready to #BleedBurgundy? Varsity returns home to Wide Lane and beyond for it’s 12th year! 🏅

Team Southampton will defend their crown against Team Portsmouth on Sunday 15 March and this year is going to be better than ever!

Lets bring it home (again)! 🎉

Your £12 ticket includes entry to Varsity itself, a Varsity 2020 t-shirt, and entrance to the amazing after party!

Get your tickets here: susu.org/boxoffice

Whether you’re competing or spectating, let’s support #TeamSoton towards another victory! 🏆 … Read the rest

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29
Jan

ZERO: Escape Room – are you ready, agents?

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The next in our series of zero-alcohol events is your chance to solve puzzles in our table top escape game!

“You are secret agents working for the national security service. During one of your missions, some highly classified files locked inside a case have gone missing in a large abandoned building, which is due for demolition in one hour.

You have just received intelligence that agents from an enemy state have found out about the files, and are on their way to the building to try and get their hands on them. Can you recover the files to stop the … Read the rest

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18
Dec

You Are More Than Your Studies

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Throughout the month of January we want to remind you, you are more than your studies. 🙌🏽

There are a number of events being held across campuses to take your mind off of the stresses of exam season, and to remind you that exam season isn’t the be all and end all, you’re welfare matters too! 🤝🏻

See the full YAMT schedule below:

  • Free Zumba, Highfield Campus (Activities Room): 13, 16, 17, 20, 23, 24 January (16:00-17:00)
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30
Nov

A Spotlight On Sustainability

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Over the past few months SUSU has made some fantastic steps towards becoming a more sustainable organisation. On Wednesday 04 December we are holding a Sustainability Spotlight in Building 42 to celebrate and inform students of the good work already taking place, and look to the future to see what more we can achieve.

On the day there will be talks in The Cube, a sustainability fair, and a networking event and Q&A with industry experts.

Talks are as follows:
14:00 – Green Energy and Travel
14:45 – ‘Rising Tide: Sustainability across our Blue planet’ with Ivan Haigh

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29
Nov

Reindeer to visit Highfield Campus!

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We don’t think there’s a better way to get into the festive spirit than by meeting Santa’s very own reindeer! 🎅🏽🦌

Come along to the Redbrick on Tuesday 03 December between 11:00 – 15:00 to meet them before they’re needed to deliver everybody’s presents! 🎁 (oh, and they’re bringing their little owl friend, too 🦉)

Did we mention that it’s completely free?! 🎄

Looking for even more festive fun? Grab a ticket for our Winter Wonderland night in The Cube! Enjoy Santa’s grotto, foam cannons and live music for just £5.
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25
Nov

Women in Sport Week

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From Monday 25 November to Sunday 01 December it’s Women in Sport Week at SUSU! This week focuses on celebrating the women in our sports teams and encouraging anyone who might not already be involved in sports to try something new.

There are numerous sports taster sessions that you can get involved with throughout the week (open to all):

Multiple other events are also happening in and around campus. Here is a full schedule:

Monday 25 November

11:00-12:45 Coffee And Catch-Up Drop In Q&A with VP Sport Olivia Reed (The Bridge)

13:00 Student Feedback On Sports Development (Building 34/3001)… Read the rest

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18
Nov

Male Suicide Prevention Event

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Content Warning – Suicide

On Thursday 28 November 84 pairs of shoes will be placed in the centre of the redbrick to represent the average of 84 men who take their own lives each week in the UK.

On behalf of the charity CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably), leaflets and information will be provided at the protest with the aim of helping those suffering from poor mental health or who might be considering suicide. If this is an issue you are not comfortable discussing with our trained volunteers, the same information can be found here. Worried about somebody else? … Read the rest

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19
Sep

Student Climate Strike – Friday 20 September

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A student climate strike will be taking place on Friday 20 September between 12:00 and 12:30 at Jubilee Plaza.

Speakers will be discussing what SUSU alongside the University are doing to alleviate the effects of climate change, and how students can get involved in making this change.

This comes at a time of continued worldwide climate action protests in response to a United Nations’ (UN) Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) special report published in October 2018 warning of the dangers of global temperature increases.

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