Twenty-four of our student groups are getting together to launch a new and exciting programme of events: Southampton Refugee Month. Organised to raise awareness of the current refugee crisis all over the world, with a particular emphasis on Syria, the following events will give you the chance to find out more and inspire you to get involved…
Thursday 03 November – FREE screening of The White Helmets
- 19:00 at 46/2003, Physics Building, Highfield Campus
- Get down to the Physics Building to watch The White Helmets for free. This hard-hitting documentary follows the volunteer rescue workers put their lives on the
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Tags: Calais, community, emergencies, events, FREE, Highfield Campus, human rights, people, representation, schedule, solidarity, Southampton Refugee Month, Student Group, students, support, Syria, voice
What is the NSS?
If you’re a third year student, you probably can’t go anywhere without seeing or hearing about the National Student Survey, or NSS.
The NSS is a nationwide census of nearly half a million students which gathers feedback on your time at university. This information is then used to identify what went well and what could be improved.
The survey will soon be entering its next stage and contacting students by telephone, so if you haven’t yet taken the survey and want to avoid getting hassled, make sure you head over to the National Student Survey 2016… Read the rest
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You may remember our blog about Grad Ball, where we announced a student consultation survey to allow you to have your say about what you prioritise at a good party? Well, we have collated your responses, which we will use to inform how we organise your Grad Ball.
But, we want your help!
We are keen to give you reign of this event, so we want to you to have a thorough level of consultation.
If you want an opportunity to join a committee to help us make key decisions about the Ball to give you a proper send-off … Read the rest
Tags: ball, blog, Box Office, Elections, events, Grad Ball Committee, graduate, nominate, opinion, Survey, voice
We caught up with Ryan Notman-Watt, the new elected WSA Campus President to ask him about his new role, his plans for the year and his message to WSA students.
Please introduce yourself and tell us a bit about your background.
My name is Ryan Notman-Watt, I’m a third year Fashion Marketing/Management student. I’m half Brazilian, half English, and was born and spent my childhood in Dubai, UAE.
What does a WSA Campus President do?/What does the role involve?
The new WSA Campus President role has combined the roles of academic president and a social chair (a role that hasn’t … Read the rest
Tags: Campus President, democracy, Elections, guest blog, interview, plans, role, Ryan, voice, Winchester, WSA