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Huge well done to Jenny, who shaved her head for charity and raised over £2000!
Throughout the month all the boys grew moustaches’ of all shapes and sizes in order to raise awareness over the university campus. As well as this, a successful pub quiz and cider night was ran in The Hangar with raffle prizes and some challenging questions which attracted a large audience and raised over £300 alone.
On 24th and 25th of November, both Worcester Handball men and women’s teams traveled to Birmingham for the first qualification round (Midlands) of the University Championships.
On Sunday 18th November, 17 Saints tap dancers took to the main concourse of Birmingham New Street Station for the 2018 Tapathon to raise money for Children in Need. For this event, around 7,500 dancers across the nation put on their tap shoes and learnt the same dance, which was performed at the same time.
This summer I had an amazing experience working at a children’s summer camp in America. It was an absolutely incredible experience and one that I will never forget.
The Worcester Uni Boob Team have been spreading the boob love across the University of Worcester for #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth. Continue reading...
University is such an exciting and life changing experiencing. You’re not just studying towards a degree... Whilst at Worcester you will develop immensely as an individual, gaining opportunities, skills and many new people within your life. Second year student, Rhianna Levi gives her top tips for transitioning to University life.
"This creative piece is based upon what is quite an anxious experience - the 1st Course Management Committee", says writer Kevin Brooke. "In fact, the item the main character raises, i.e. using debates in seminars rather than answering questions from a sheet, was highlighted during the Course Rep conference in February by a Politics student."