Societies Publication of the Year was awarded to Business Society’s Fast Track. This year Fast Track has increased the variety of careers opporunities, the variety of firms, and circulation has tripled!
Societies Personality of the Year was awarded to Adam Memon. Adam has shown exceptional commitment to EFS, Conservative, and Francophone Societies during his time at UCL. He has organised inter-society events, such as Question Time debates, and secured top speakers for the societies.
The Best Event was awarded to RAG’s Jailbreak, which was organised at UCL for the first time last year. The aim of Jailbreak is for students to get as far away from UCL as possible and back over one weekend, whilst raising money for charity through sponsorship. They raised over £15,000 for Great Ormond Street Hospital. 128 students took part last year and over 250 this year, and some made it as far away as poland!
The Best New Society was awarded to T’Northern Society, which succesfully reached its aim to promote Northern culture amongst all students at UCL. This year’s activities included a freshers pub quiz, a ‘pie-night’, a give-it-a-go trip to see Billy Elliot.
The Most Developed Society was awarded to Arabian Society. This year, Arabian Society has grown to be one of the best societies on campus, introducing politics, language and culture of the Arab World to its activities whilst maintaining a social aspect to the society. The speakers that have been invited have all had inspiring insight into their fields and the Arabic lessons have been a huge success.
The Overall Society of the Year was awarded to Jewish Society. They have organised an impressive range of activities, both educational and social including talks and discussions on religious matters, Zionism, history and politics, and well attended parties and socials.They have increased their levels of negagement with students at UCL with the innovative weekly bagel lunch and the biggest speakers and best attended speakers of any society this year (for example, Lord Levy, Lord Robert Winston and Sir Martin Sorrell).