Fri 07 May 2021
President Kate Roberts updates you on the key topics of discussion from the latest Board of Trustees meeting, held on 22 April 2021.
Thu 06 May 2021
Find out who you've elected to lead your sports clubs, societies, and media outlets in the 2021/22 academic year.
Tue 04 May 2021
Addressing one of her key manifesto points, VP Education Alissa Chohan is conducting a Student Insight Report to better support, improve and understand the experience of Joint Honours students. Ensure your voice is heard by completing the survey!
Fri 30 Apr 2021
Throughout this week, VP Education Alissa Chohan has been running a campaign on academic misconduct and how you can avoid it. In case you missed any of the content, she has collated the information and signposted support services available to you.
In case you missed us handing out the awards on Instagram, VP Societies & Sport Lucy Brown brings you up-to-date with all the winners and celebrates the successes of our student groups who achieved outstanding things despite the most challenging of years.
Thu 29 Apr 2021
With recruitment underway for a new Student Trustee, President Kate Roberts caught up with our current incumbents to hear a bit more about what the role means to them and why you should consider applying.
VP Education Alissa Chohan shares some great advice to help you make this assessment period as pain-free as possible. Make sure you take a read to ease your stress levels!
One of the things that we pride ourselves on at the Students’ Union is getting you involved in as many experiences as possible – and this includes all levels of the organisation. One of the ways you can get involved is by becoming a Student Trustee and applications are now open!
Tue 27 Apr 2021
Whether it’s your first university assessment or your last, make sure you’re clued up on your academic rights and the exam regulations in place so that you avoid academic misconduct.
Fri 23 Apr 2021
After a few torrid months of our venues being closed, we’re thrilled to be launching our Term Three events programme with a whole host of in-person activities for you to enjoy including the return of Give It A Go, MedBevs and all your weekly favourites at The Packhorse!
Following a surge in academic misconduct cases this academic year and with exam season approaching, VP Education is launching a campaign to ensure you know how to avoid falling foul of the rules.
As the warmer weather arrives, we know that many of you will be making the most of the outdoor spaces available on campus. We’ve put together a quick guide to the best outdoor spaces on campus with some that you might not have considered.
Fri 16 Apr 2021
President Kate Roberts responds to the Government's latest update on the return to campus for university students.
Fri 09 Apr 2021
As England prepares to move into Step 2 of the government's Roadmap out of Lockdown, we update you on all the changes and what they mean for you and our venues/services.
This week, President Kate Roberts and your elected NUS Delegates - Vice President Wellbeing and Diversity Henn Warwick, Milo Dack, and Maciej Pawlik - attended the virtual NUS Conference to discuss policy motions and upcoming work for the national student movement.
With our virtual Society and Colours Awards quickly approaching, VP Societies & Sport Lucy Brown shares some creative ideas to help you celebrate as a group.
Thu 08 Apr 2021
Make sure you're registered to vote ahead of the local elections taking place on Thursday 6 May 2021.
Thu 25 Mar 2021
After impressing your sabbatical officers with her drive to create change and working effectively with the department to get outside lecturers coming in to demonstrate interesting skills, the March Rep of the Month has been awarded to MSc Information Security Course Rep, Ginny Spicer.
Over the past few weeks, school reps, Collective convenors and student group members met with your VPs to discuss the projects that have been happening in the last few months, and to feed into the direction of new streams of work.
Wed 07 Apr 2021
Following an exhausting few weeks for women, both in the Royal Holloway community and the wider world, your Sabbatical Officers call on you to step up and start taking action to change the narrative around discrimination, misogyny, and culture which leads to violence against women and minority genders.
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