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Wednesday Afternoons Free

Every Wednesday afternoon, students are missing the chance to attend BUCS fixtures, meet up with their society, undertake volunteering opportunities, and enrich their university experience outside of their timetables.

The SU's new campaign seeks to pressure the university to implement a comprehensive and inclusive Wednesday Afternoons Free (WAF) policy, so that students can be free to pursue their extra-curricular passions and enrich their Warwick experience.

Make sure you get involved so that we can help improve life on campus for all students - find out more over at our CAMPAIGN PAGE HERE.

 

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