Reading Fess has blown up on Facebook; it is a place where students can send in anonymous confessions to be posted on the page. I was able to ask the admins some questions to see what it was like behind the scenes, read on to find out what they said!Read More »
Earlier this term UoR’s Vice-Chancellor Professor Robert Van de Noort responded to questions about the international student experience in an interview with current part-time international officer, Sara Mattar.Read More »
Last term Henley Business School hosted a talk about the changing role of women in business where there were four top entrepreneur women panellists talking about what it is like today.
During the panel discussion it was suggested that when working for our first job, sometimes it’s good not to have all the information before entering a job because if you know all the challenges then it would not let you work in that company by enjoying it.» >Read More »
“For the first time I felt truly British”- local woman proves age and ethnicity aren’t obstacles for falling in love with sport.
A Berkshire company granted its employee the sporting opportunity of a lifetime last September when it sent Natasha Norris to compete in the European Masters Athletics Championships.Read More »
In September I participated in the Shine Night Walk for Cancer Research UK. When I signed up I was given a fundraising contact as were all of the other participants. My contact was Chelsie May who was on hand to answer any questions or queries that I had.
Chelsie has answered a few questions about why she works for Cancer Research UK, why fundraising is so important for the charity and how you can get involved.» >Read More »
Liverpool’s punk group Queen Zee treated fans to a quirky and energetic set at Reading FestivalRead More »