It is with deep regret that we have to let you know that Rob Tyrrell, The SU’s new Activities Officer, died on Monday 29 June.
We are looking to create a group of engaged taught students to review ideas proposed by the University, which will impact on the student experience.
Following last week's Anti-Racist Campus Forum, The SU has produced a report identifying key actions we can take as a community.
Alice shares her experiences of volunteering throughout lockdown, and how she helped others feel less lonely.
Loic Estier shares his experiences of the 3SG Befriending system and how much it has had an impact on both Loic and his befriendee.
Throughout the month, we’re aiming to provide you materials to read on, watch, educate, learn, listen to. We want you to be a part of this journey as we reflect and celebrate the history of the LGBT+ movement.
The SU recognises the distress, frustration and anger that our black community is experiencing. We share your anger and will continue to support and stand in solidarity with our black students.
Today, The SU, together with the University of Bath, joined the global movement of student organisations declaring a climate emergency.
Jointly hosted by The SU and the University, these awards celebrate all of the fantastic work that's happened in the realms of learning and teaching. Congratulations to all of our winners
Catch up with all of the action from the Blues Awards 2020
Every year, we come together to celebrate some of the fantastic work that our student groups do. This year, The SU Awards went virtual for the first time ever for a night of performances, awards and a whole lot of happiness.
Last week, members of our community braved a pandemic and torrential rain to raise money for their Big Four charities.
On Monday 3 February, UCU announced 14 strike days which will take place over 4 weeks during Semester 2. The SU Trustee Board has called another referendum to ascertain student opinion on the planned UCU Strike action.
These kind of situations also tend to prompt xenophobia, rumours and false stories. During this time, we want to remind you that ALL members of our community should be treated with kindness, tolerance and respect and that anything to the contrary is taken very seriously.
Deadline time is back, so we've taken some of our top tips to have a better exam period
Student group Bath STARs (Student Action for Refugees) are supporting local children from refugee backgrounds in a weekly homework club.
The Wonke awards are there to shine a light on the best of the community’s writing, ideas and analysis that have been pivotal to debate in the higher education sector over the year. Congratulations to Alisha and Eve for their nominations!
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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.