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What's on at the SU this December?

The days are getting shorter and the nights are getting longer and we're making the most of the wintery months with our jam-packed monthly line-up!

Cost of Living update from your Officer team

We understand that the cost-of-living crisis is affecting many of our students and we feel that feeding students and supporting you through the cost-of-living crisis is one of our highest priorities.

Our statement on the FIFA World Cup

The Students’ Union will be showing matches from the 2022 Qatar World Cup in the Hangar. We are mindful of the concerns many of our students have around human rights issues in Qatar. We are proud to have a zero-tolerance policy to all forms of discrimination, including homophobia, biphobia, transphobia, and misogyny.

Meeting with the MP for Worcester, Robin Walker.

In October, your Officers wrote an open letter to Robin Walker, MP for Worcester, addressing the cost-of-living crisis and the lack of government support for students, inviting him to a meeting to discuss the issues facing you.

Cost of Living Update

We recognise the many difficulties our students are facing due to the rising cost of living and will strive to tackle this crisis head-on. Over the last few weeks we have been working on several campaigns to raise awareness of the issues you’re facing and to support you in the ways in which we are able.

 

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What's on at the SU this December?

The days are getting shorter and the nights are getting longer and we're making the most of the wintery months with our jam-packed monthly line-up!

 
Cost of Living update from your Officer team

We understand that the cost-of-living crisis is affecting many of our students and we feel that feeding students and supporting you through the cost-of-living crisis is one of our highest priorities.

 
Our statement on the FIFA World Cup

The Students’ Union will be showing matches from the 2022 Qatar World Cup in the Hangar. We are mindful of the concerns many of our students have around human rights issues in Qatar. We are proud to have a zero-tolerance policy to all forms of discrimination, including homophobia, biphobia, transphobia, and misogyny.

 
Meeting with the MP for Worcester, Robin Walker.

In October, your Officers wrote an open letter to Robin Walker, MP for Worcester, addressing the cost-of-living crisis and the lack of government support for students, inviting him to a meeting to discuss the issues facing you.

 
Cost of Living Update

We recognise the many difficulties our students are facing due to the rising cost of living and will strive to tackle this crisis head-on. Over the last few weeks we have been working on several campaigns to raise awareness of the issues you’re facing and to support you in the ways in which we are able.

 
Working towards race equality

Last year, following the death of George Floyd, we made a public commitment to be more transparent about the work we are doing on race equality – both within the SU and in our interactions with the University and the wider community.

Here are some of the steps we’ve taken which we promised to do a year ago, as well as the steps that we will be looking to take in the next academic year.

 
Think before you ink.

It’s easy to get caught up and begin worrying about next year’s living arrangements early on but we’re here to assure you that, at this point in time, you only need to remember one thing; think before you ink.

 
The launch of the Community Cupboard.

From this point onwards, the Students’ Union are officially accepting donations for our brand-new Community Cupboard.