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A Call to Arms – Use your Voice!

» 10 November 2011 » 3 Comments

Almost a year on from the “Demolition” marches of last year – SUSU peacefully marched again in protest against the cuts and changes being made to Higher Education by the Coalition Government. Having sent a coach of SUSU students to London, who joined up with thousands of other protesters, students and workers from all over […]

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How does SUSU continue its fight against Higher Education changes? YOU decide…

» 09 October 2011 » No Comments

It’s amazing to think that a year ago on Wednesday, Lord Browne presented his Independent Review of Higher Education Funding and Student Finance. Who’d have imagined how much it was proposing to dramatically change the Higher Education landscape, including removing the cap on the level of fees that universities can charge, and increasing the income […]

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The National Student Survey – the Results

» 20 August 2011 » No Comments

Once again – Assessment and Feedback has proved to be the University’s Achilles heel, following the release of the results for the National Student Survey (NSS). The results show what final year students at Southampton University thought of their experience here, and for Assessment and Feedback, the University is in the bottom 20% of all […]

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Video-Recorded Lectures: Interested?

» 12 July 2011 » 16 Comments

Ever sat in a lecture and felt like you’ve missed a key bit of information that isn’t on a PowerPoint slide? Ever thought that the lecturer is going to quickly to keep up with notes? Or have you ever missed a lecture and really felt hindered and that you couldn’t properly catch up on the […]

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How do we create policy at the Union?

» 14 April 2011 » No Comments

The way in which we currently create Policy at the Union is quite out-dated and quite confusing to any student wanting to create change. Firstly, there is no real avenue for a student to go down in order to create policy at the Union. They would have to approach a Councillor and ask for their […]

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