The time has come again for students all over UCL to get their buckets out, put on their Sylvester and Tweety costumes, get the cake stalls out and raise some money for needy children and orphans all over the world.
Where better to spend Halloween than in a room of scary skeletons and skulls? If it’s “Eye of newt, and toe of frog” or “Wool of bat, and tongue of dog”, we’ve got all you could want for cooking up some toil and trouble this All Hallow’s Eve.
The GA Festival Geology is the main event for the UK wide Geologists’ Association, the organisation that promotes the Earth sciences, especially, but not solely to amateurs. Around 1000-2000 members attend each year. The event is held in the Wilkins building of UCL.
The Festival of Geology is a partnership between UCL, the Geologists Association and Rockwatch. Take part in brilliant activities allowing you to handle fantastic fossils, marvellous minerals and remarkable rocks.
Every other Sunday, Art Society runs a trip to a different gallery. They will all be free! This is a great way to manage what can seem like an overwhelming number of choices when it comes to art consumption in London. And it can definitely be combined with a nice chat in a café.
Our Jamming Sessions and Singarounds are welcome to all whether you're an experienced musician or singer, just beginning or just want to enjoy the atmosphere of one of London's coziest pubs. They are basically our weekly socials.
Come and shape your BME Students’ Network. Decide the events and campaigns we run, how we can work together and meet new faces - all whilst munching on food. In this meeting we will submit candidates for the BME Network and vote on our constitution.