This year saw fantastic results for student groups involved in the inclusivity awards! Being inclusive is a core part of The SU’s missions and values and it’s incredible to see so many Student Groups striving to make their club and society an environment that everyone can feel a part of.
We are still asking the same questions we were asking a year ago. The SU proactively looking into bus solutions has come at a price - the University have been let off the hook. We are done doing their work for them.
Andy, The SU's Sport Officer, has a quick update on the 3G training strip. This is something The SU has been campaigning on, and will continue to work hard to secure.
Having a part time job whilst juggling a degree isn’t an easy task. In April, a group of student employees came together to celebrate their awesome work both on and off campus. Categories included ‘Best Team’, ‘Above and Beyond’ and Student Employee of the Year (SEOTY)! Over 14 nominations were submitted and the panel of 3 judges had a hard time picking from such competitive entries.
On 10 May 2019, members of the SU Development team, The SU’s Activities Officer, and our Student Trainers got together to celebrate all of the wonderful sessions that Skills Training has put on over the past year.
As part of Mental Health Awareness Week and Nightline's 50th Anniversary, Professor Ian White, the University of Bath's Vice Chancellor paid Nightline a visit.
?On Monday 15 April, our student volunteers got together to celebrate the huge impact that they've had on the local community throughout the 2018/19 academic year. In total, over £75,000 has been raised by 21 student groups for 35 local and national charities - such a huge achievement!
For the second year running, The SU Bars and Events team has won a top national award as part of a Home Office approved scheme that promotes responsible management for bars and nightclubs.
The annual SU Community Awards took place on Tuesday 2nd April at the Victoria Art Gallery, Bath, to celebrate the fantastic contribution student volunteers make within the community here at the University of Bath. Staff and students came together for the awards evening to mark the success of Hall Reps, Diversity and Support Groups, PAL Leaders and Peer Mentors.
For the fourth year in a row, our sports clubs have taken the trophy at our annual Sport Varsity against Cardiff Metropolitan.
Local councillors can have a huge impact on your learning experience whilst at the University of Bath. Jack Kitchen, our Education Officer, highlights some of the ways that local elections can affect your education whilst at University
Last year, BURBAN took on Transcendance! UCL Transcendance Competition is a yearly inter-University dance competition hosted by UCL. BURBAN (Bath break and urban dance society) participated in three categories: Intermediate Hip Hop, Trios and Solos and took home the Silver!
University of Bath Nightline recently took home the Young Volunteer Team of the Year Award at the Bath and North East Somerset Community Awards 2018/19. Bath Nightline were nominated by an outstanding five people and ended up taking home the top prize, a fantastic achievement for all involved
At the House of Lords on Monday 4 February, The SU Bar & Events team celebrated their Gold Best Bar None National Win.
Between Friday 15 February and Sunday 17 February, our athletes won a staggering 25 medals including 7 golds at BUCS Nationals 2019 in Sheffield
The SU has reopened the café at the Virgil Building
The SU University of Bath is working with Alzheimer’s Society to ask all our students and staff to become Dementia Friends.
We are deeply sorry to hear that Phoebe Ablorde, a third year Chemical Engineering student has passed away following a short illness.
The award, from the National Union of Students, recognises the work that the SU Officer team has done over the last 12 months with regards to campaigning.
On Saturday 20 October 2018, members of V Team collaborated with Bath Spa volunteering project Go, Give, Experience and the Whale and Dolphin Conservation charity to organise an ‘Urban Beach Clean’. The focus of this was to draw attention to the growing urban plastic problem that’s contributing to pollution.
First Group have decided implement proposed changes to the bus service. As of January 6th, the U1 will be returning to its old route through the city centre, and the old U1X route will be re-introduced.
SU Enterprise sat down with Joshua McDonald to find out how being involved with Student Enterprise shaped his journey from a student to a local employer.