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08
May

It’s time to Tap. Choose. Change.

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What should our new logo be?

This week, you will have the opportunity to pick our new logo as part of our Tap. Choose. Change. campaign.

Three different designs are available for you to choose from.

How to choose your preferred logo?

To select your favourite logo out of the three designs, all you need is your student ID. Bring your student ID in person at one of the Union’s polling stations across campus all week, or go online at www.unionsouthampton.org/tcc

You’ve got until Friday 12 May, 16:00, to make a choice!… Read the rest

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05
Jun

Grad Ball: The final countdown

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So after months of anticipation, the night you’ve all been waiting for is just a few days away! So in order to plan your night, we have collated the locations and timings for each of the acts playing, so you don’t have to worry about missing your fave artist.

But firstly, a few reminders about the night. Please remember to bring your ID, otherwise you will be refused entry on the door. Additionally, tickets will be available for collection from reception until 6pm on the day of Grad Ball (08/06/2015). To collect your tickets you just need to bring a … Read the rest

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03
Jun

Your Grad Ball tickets are ready!

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There is now less than a week to go until the greatest night of your University career and your Grad Ball tickets are waiting for you!

Your Grad Ball tickets are available for collection every day this week between 11:00 and 14:00 at the Union reception in Building 42, and until 18:00 on the day itself.  If you are not able to collect your ticket before the deadline, please email boxoffice@susu.org

To pick yours up you simply come along to the Box Office with a valid form of ID.

If you do not have a valid ticket you will not Read the rest

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09
Apr

Have you registered to vote?

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The General Elections are right around the corner, but students need to make sure they’ve registered to vote else you could face an £80 fine, and lose your right to say who runs the UK on May 7.

People can no longer be automatically registered to vote, so now you have to do it yourself. You can register online at www.gov.uk/register-to-vote and it’ll only take about 5 minutes!

Don’t panic if you don’t have your National Insurance number – as Southampton’s electoral registration office have agreed that you can register with your student ID number instead, if you attend the … Read the rest

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23
Dec

The Safety Bus Returns in January!

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Worried about how you’re going to get back from your late nights at the Library in the New Year? Wondering how to get to and from Jesters on a budget during Refreshers? Well worry and wonder no more, as the trusty Safety Bus will return in the New Year to transport you door-to-door wherever you want to go.

For just £1.50 to travel home (if you live within 3 miles of campus) and just £4.50 to get to Winchester, it’s cheaper than any bus or taxi you’ll find, and it’ll usually be parked right outside the SUSU Shop/ next to … Read the rest

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22
Dec

Getting Home Safely…

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It’s the end of the night, and you’ve found yourself alone in Portswood, desperately rummaging through your pockets to find some spare change for your journey home. Do you walk home? Do you hope and pray a taxi driver will take pity on you and take you back? If this sounds like you, there’s a scheme in place designed to ensure that if you’ve lost (or spent) all your money, or are in a vulnerable position you can still get home safe.

The Student Taxi Scheme is run in partnership with West Quay Cars to provide a taxi safe scheme. … Read the rest

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14
Jul

Ready for Graduation?

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Are you a University of Southampton ‘graduand’? It’s a word that’s been flying around a lot in the past month, meaning someone who has technically completed all the requirements of their degree – but is yet to receive that all-important certificate.

 

Graduation ceremonies are edging closer, ready to turn our ‘graduands’ into fully-fledged graduates – but are you up to speed with all the details of your ceremony?

 

The University have put together a handy web page (link at the bottom) with all the information you’ll need for the big day, but we’ll run through the basics for … Read the rest

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