Nest Building - Society Introduction & Consultation
On Monday, 6-9pm, is an opportunity for societies to find out about and contribute to Engineers Without Borders's Nest project; a student-led sustainable building on campus. The building will contain society workshop and activity space, and will be student-focussed throughout. They're keen to hear what uses a range of societies could find for the building as they start the formal design process.
The Term is almost over, Christmas is around the corner and you know what that means: it’s time for another DISCO SOUP! Come down to the Piazza on Wednesday (10am-3pm) to eat some delicious and flavoursome food born out of of a campaign designed specifically to promote sustainability amongst our society.
Facilitating Safer Spaces & Promoting a Culture of Consent
Next in the SU's Making Change series, this Wednesday (4-5pm) is our session on 'Facilitating Safer Spaces & Promoting a Culture of Consent'. Whether you're a society exec member, elected officer, or otherwise, we all share a responsibility to ensure the spaces we facilitate are accessible to those of all identities and experiences. This session seeks to help you to share best practise and develop strategies to facilitate safer spaces, and to promote a culture of consent.
Are You OK? - Stress & Time Management
Monday see the return of our ongoing campaign Are You OK?, this time themed around stress & time management. Check out the list of linked events here!
Ethics & Environment Officer co-options
We're co-opting a new Environment & Ethics Officer! If you think it might be the position for you, email your intention to stand to email@example.com by Tuesday 9am. You can read more about the position and process here.
SU Marketing focus groups, Wednesday 2-3.30 or 6-7.30
We’re running a series of small focus groups on the afternoon and evening of Wednesday to find out what our members think about the SU’s communications and marketing. As an added incentive, there's also a £10 voucher to spend at SU outlets for those who take part.
Conclusion of The Slate Occupation
Read the sabbatical officers' statement on the conclusion of The Slate's occupation! The statement also links to the response by the university's Vice-Chancellor.
Mosquito device in Leamington Spa
The SU's Societies Officer, Marissa, has put together this blog post about the moquito device in Leamington's Pump Room Gardens. She would like to invite students to fill this survey, and join the call for its removal.
Hundreds of postgraduate teachers and other hourly-paid workers are not receiving a fair deal. Warwick Anti-Casualisation’s '6 Demands' campaign outlines what steps are needed to improve the situation. Read the '6 Demands', then sign and share the petition at http://bit.ly/6demands!
How To Tell A Friend…
Do you ever want to share the fact that you are having mental health problems to someone but not quite sure how to go about it? This fantastic campaign by Warwick Mind Aware is helping people to talk to their friends, partners, and family about mental health. Check out their new blog for different ways to open up about your mental health.
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