Nowhere else can you watch high quality professional comedians in a great convenient location than at our famous Ministry of Comedy nights. Tuesday 10th December sees stand up comedy from the mighty moustachioed Mike Wozniak and musical comedian Carly Smallman. Tickets are £5 on the door so save yourself £2 and buy yours now.
Last week, the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) announced that the government will be bringing forward cuts to the National Scholarship Programme (NSP). The NSP was established in 2010 when student fees rose from £3000 to £9000 per year, in an attempt to ensure that university access is not restricted to wealthy students.
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Content Warning: This article contains references to, and descriptions of police violence
UCLU Statement on police violence, and Senate House eviction: Cops Off Campus
NATIONAL DEMONSTRATION, WEDNESDAY 11/12/13 2PM, ULU MALET STREET. Facebook event here
The Programme includes a crash course in the knowledge, skills and ingenuity that make a voluntary sector leader. It can’t be missed.
After two weeks of non-stop campaigning, UCL’s Medic to Medic and Free Hype society have raised £2000 with the Give One campaign.
Free Hype society provides small, London based charities with free marketing and advertising. Over the past year Free Hype has been working with Medic to Medic UCL which aims to financially support healthcare students in Malawi and Uganda.
It’s that time of year again when gloves and scarves come out of hiding, when Christmas lights go on around London and, of course, when brave athletes from UCLU sports teams get their kit off for charity. Yes, it’s the UCLU Sports Naked Calendar back for the fourth year running, pairing up once again with UCL Marrow to raise money for Anthony Nolan.
‘Coming out as disabled’ is an event set up by NUS encouraging disabled students to write a blog about their own experience of living with a disability. The aim is to fill social media with students’ own stories to challenge people’s preconceived ideas about what disability is and the impact it has lives. The release of the blogs- 3rd December- is the International Day of Disabled People.
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