Our recent rebrand is now in full swing and you may have noticed new signage popping up all over our buildings. In addition, our transition to the new brand across our social media channels is almost complete, and this Friday (17 June) we’ll be fully moving over across to our new Facebook pages. Below is a quick reminder of our new pages and where you can access the information that matters to you. Make sure you get liking before we make the big move this Friday.
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Our transition to Union Southampton is now in full swing and, as part of this, we now have all-new Facebook pages in line with our new brand. Our existing ‘SUSU’ Facebook pages will be remaining live until Friday 17 June.
New Facebook pages
For news and information on everything happening at Union Southampton, ‘like’ our new Union Southampton page.
For Winchester students, you can find all things WSA on our new Union Southampton – WSA page.
Opportunities, Places, Representation, Support
We’ve also introduced four new Facebook pages based on our key areas. This means it will be easier … Read the rest
Congratulations to Ryan Shannon (pictured), Bex Willis and Kezia Davies, who have been elected as your representatives in the new Winchester Student Committee for 2016-17.
Winchester Campus President – Bex Willis
Your Winchester Campus President for this year (2015-16) has been Ryan Notman-Watt. Ryan will continue in the position until the end of this academic year alongside Bex Willis, who will be learning the ropes to take over the position officially for 2016-17.
What does the Campus President do?
- Represent students at WSA
- Work alongside core staff to lead The Union – Winchester
During this year, Ryan has worked hard … Read the rest
If you’re staying in Winchester during the Easter holidays, you’ll want some events and activities to give yourself a break. To help you out, we have scoured local events listings and looked up everything you need to know to have the Easter break you deserve.
1. Easter Sunday Day Out – Chawton House Library
- When?: Sunday 27th March
- What time?: 11am-5pm
- Where?: Chawton House Library, Chawton, Alton, Hampshire, GU34 1SJ
- Cost: £6 for students.
This event is perfect for a full day out if you are feeling up to an adventure a little further away from Winchester. You can take … Read the rest
What is it?
Cyber bullying is any sort of bullying which takes place online. This could be through social networking sites (such as Facebook), messaging apps or gaming sites. In a recent national bullying survey taken by Bullying UK, 56% of young adults said that had witnessed other people being bullied online, with 42% saying they felt unsafe online.
Examples of Cyber Bullying:
Cyber bullying could appear in a number of different forms and could affect different people in different ways. This could be by spreading rumours or presenting threatening behaviour. Many forms of Cyber Bullying may also be illegal. … Read the rest
We are currently working on a Communications Strategy to review the way we communicate both internally within SUSU and externally to you. This involves looking at how we use our social media channels and emails to keep you informed. But, as a student-led organisation, we want to give you the chance to let us know what you think. Do you get the information you need when you need it? Tell us at one of our FREE Comms Workshops…
By taking part, you will be actively involved in improving the way you receive information from us, both in terms of content … Read the rest
We continually work to find new ways to improve our services to you in Winchester, so you can access opportunities that will make your student experience at University. For the first time ever this year, we have created a Winchester Student Committee, which includes roles for elected students to take ownership of the Union and to give you the chance to work with us to make the changes you want to see.
For example, your WSA Campus President, Ryan, organised the Saints and Sinners Ball at Winchester Guildhall to bring you a great night of entertainment with your friends. He … Read the rest
In order to make the work of the Students’ Union more transparent to students, your Full-Time Sabbatical Officers will be taking over the Students’ Union Snapchat account tomorrow.
Students often don’t see the work that the Officers do day-to-day to improve student life until now!
Expect to see an insight into Officers’ working day starting tomorrow with your SU President, Ben Franklin, who will be posting video updates onto the social networking app.
Add us at: YourSUSU for updates.