Autumn term was a very busy time for us, I found that it never really calmed down after fresher’s week! Whilst students are at home for a month over Christmas, we had more time to prepare for Spring.Read More »
The main area I have focused on is mental health, something that is close to my heart and because it affects so many students.Read More »
Words by Molli Cleaver, Full-time RUSU President.
If I were to summarise last term in 3 words I would say exciting, chaotic and fast-paced represent it fairly accurately.
As an Officer team we do so much together, a lot of these updates are collaborative and I can’t take full credit myself!
FRESHERS – although we started in June having the buzz come back to campus in September was exciting! We handed out nearly 5000 lanyards, visited all 12 halls, spoke in all the welcome talks, celebrated your arrival at Mash Up and then went on to attend all the Freshers events!» >Read More »
Following votes by the University and College Union (UCU), strikes took place on campus from the 25th November to the 4th December. Reading was among the 60 affected universities.Read More »
Nominations are now open for RUSU’s 2020/21 team of representatives.Read More »
Change It is an online platform which provides students with a voice to share their ideas for improving or changing the University.Read More »
The Buddy Scheme is for anyone who wants to try something new in 2020. RUSU Activities Officer Daisy O'Connor explains more...Read More »
Applications are now open for UoR’s 2020/21 media stream committees.Read More »