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Graduation Ball 2014 Priority Sign-up

» 28 January 2014 » 1 Comment

Each year the Graduation Ball gives a great chance for all final year students to come together in celebration of their times at University. Here’s some details about it all that will help you learn more about it… Going on till 4am – loads of acts across different genres – fun attractions and rides – […]

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What is the SUSU Trustee Board?

» 23 January 2014 » 4 Comments

Part of the purpose of these Sabbatical blogs is to give you a better understand of how your Students’ Union is run (in the interest of transparency and all that jazz)… but also so that you know how my time as your President gets spent. SUSU has an annual turnover of over £7 million, commercial […]

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Don’t Limit Yourself – Funding Opportunities

» 11 December 2013 » 3 Comments

What difference could you make with an extra £200? How about £20,000? Right now… have a think about what extra things you could do with that money to make your area of passion better at Southampton. When I was running to be SUSU President, part of my manifesto was around helping students (whether they are […]

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Who wants to run the Grad Ball?

» 15 November 2013 » 5 Comments

  “The term Grad Ball is derived from ancient Rome where pupils could only officially complete their education and graduate if they had become strong enough to lift a massive spherical object atop their library.” – … …Said no one ever. The Grad Ball is obviously the biggest event of the year where graduating students […]

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What is the SUSU Master Plan?

» 07 November 2013 » No Comments

 Some students will have heard of the term ‘SUSU Master Plan’, some will not have. Either way, I thought that it’d be best to explain what it is in an open place like this, so more students can get involved with… THE NEXT STEP! So essentially, the SUSU Master Plan was a project started by […]

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Creative Spaces Developments

» 30 October 2013 » 3 Comments

This summer and autumn we’ve made some developments to our creative facilities – a brand new photography studio, updates to the Surge Radio, new technology fitted in Media Resources and speakers installed in the Multi-Purpose Studio (MPS).  3 years ago, we built a brand new student television studio, and since then SUSUtv have made an […]

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Pulse Flatlines

» 22 October 2013 » 3 Comments

  Hey everyone, I’ve got some ‘exciting’ news. SUSU shall no longer be running our weekly club night, Pulse. Over the summer, a number of students came together to plan and create a high quality night for students – working with staff, it saw a significant revamp of SUSU’s night club space and strong door […]

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Enhance Your Skills

» 01 October 2013 » 2 Comments

  So with EVERYTHING that we’ve been doing for the new 8000 students that have joined SUSU, if you’re a returning student you might be feeling a bit left out? Well here’s something fantastic that we’ve been working on over the summer just for you!… and if you can’t tell – it’s something that I’m very […]

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Project Pulse

» 17 September 2013 » 4 Comments

We have to be honest with ourselves… Friday Nights last year were… quiet. They were empty. Some people said that the events were awful… some said that their friends didn’t go… some just said ‘no’. When I ran as Union President, my manifesto promised that I would bring some student leadership to our events. I […]

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Freshers’ 2013 – Tickets

» 19 August 2013 » 2 Comments

Coming to University, whether it’s moving away from home for the first time, moving to a different country, moving from a different University, or beginning a level of study higher than before, can be a scary thing. To help students settle in, SUSU puts on something called Freshers’ Week! This is an amazing time dedicated to helping […]

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