Spring Elections 2021 - The Results

Fri 05 Mar 2021

Thank you to everyone who voted and campaigned this year in our elections to decide who will lead our Union into the next year.

Statement on Website Cyber Attack (04/03/2021)

Thu 04 Mar 2021

This morning, our website was attacked and services were unavailable. These have now been restored and you can read more here. We have exten

Fika - Mental Fitness!

Wed 24 Feb 2021

Sign up for our new daily Mental Fitness App! Fika!

Our Ongoing Negotiations with the University

Fri 26 Feb 2021

This is our statement following our meeting with the Vice-Chancellor this morning (26th Feb).

University Hardship Funding

Wed 24 Feb 2021

Apply for University Financial Support today.

England Internationals Appointed as Brunel Rugby's Women's Coaching Team

Mon 15 Feb 2021

Team Brunel and Ealing Trailfinders are delighted to announce that former England players Kat Merchant and Kim Oliver have been appointed as

Our Response on the University's Rent Reduction

Wed 20 Jan 2021

This our response on the measures the University has released today on the 20th of January about Accomodation Rent.


Student Media


This section showcases media created by our students for students, the Brunel Times features articles from accross the university sharing their insights with you. Brunel Waves is the freshest way to keep up to date with news, opinions, music and live performances, published weekly.

Brunel Times

  • Mon 08 Mar 2021 12:00
    By Ira Devibar Football. It is the game we have all fallen in love with. Whether it is the FIFA World Cup or just local Sunday league, football is always something to look forward to. But when the pandemic began and events were constantly getting cancelled, it was inevitable that the Premier League would follow […]
  • Wed 03 Mar 2021 12:00
    ©iNews Review by Shania King-Soyza Adults, teens, and kids across the UK tuned in to watch the anticipated CBBC debut of My Mum Tracy Beaker.  We all know the boisterous, troublesome, outspoken Tracy Beaker from ‘the dumping ground’ who longed to be saved by her mother. The television show originated from Jaqueline Wilson’s: The Story […]
  • Tue 02 Mar 2021 12:00
    Photo Credit: Prime Video Review by Shadia Muse Working in retail is not always pleasant. For many teens and young adults, retail is the only part-time job you can get without previous experience but boy is it hard work. From my teens till now (I’m 22) I have worked in retail and can tell you […]
  • Mon 01 Mar 2021 12:00
    Photo Credit: ASOS. By Melanie Solari Beyoncé is back again with yet another clothing line. Adidas and Beyoncé showcased their third and latest collection, ‘Icy Park’ last week. The collection was released on February 19 exclusively on the Adidas online retail website but it was also made available on ASOS the following day. Icy Park […]

Brunel Waves

  • Thu 04 Mar 2021 08:00

    In this second instalment of Brunel Waves, we consider how our mental health intersects with the arts and current affairs. This is of course a very timely subject as the current pandemic and subsequent social distancing measures have had profound effects on everyone’s well-being. We felt it may be useful to discuss the role art has in making sense of our lives and nurturing our mental health.

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