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Weekly Round-Up: 18.11.23 - 24.11.23

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Your round-up of all things student at Brunel University.




The Priory by Studio Brunel!

When six old friends descend on an old Priory for a reunion and New Year’s Party, no one can predict what will come out as the drinks and drugs flow through the evening. With no cell service, a not-insignificant amount of alcohol, and maybe even a ghost or two, the stage is set for an unpredictable and chaotic night. You won’t want to miss Studio Brunel’s first play in over two years.

Watch this play at the Howell Theatre on November 30th and December 1st at 7:30pm.

Black Friday Scams

 If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is! We encourage you to be wary of scams when shopping online this Black Friday.

We know that with the cost-of-living crisis and particularly before Christmas people are on the lookout for a bargain. Fraudsters are aware of this and waiting to exploit you.  Always do your research before you make a purchase.






Arab Society!

This month, they lead a collaborative fundraising bazaar with the Lebanese, North African, Iraqi, and Kurdish societies. 

On Wednesday, they also participated in an inter-university Boat Party with other Arab / MENA societies in central London. 

As a society, they have displayed a significant increase in activity from last year, which is great to see!


Dance Club!

This club stood out to us this week due to the massive success of their 2000s Dance Throwback night!

They have recently become a part of the Active@Brunel Programme with their Ballet and Salsa lessons, both lead by students. They were enthusiastic about involving everyone in dance and contacted our student activities team to make it happen! You can check out their Instagram to see upcoming active@brunel and competitive sessions.


Iwan promoting the UK Election!

Iwan has been busy making plans with the Voice team over the last few weeks and attending specialist organiser training delivered by the National Union of Students (NUS).

He also successfully organised an event alongside the Debate Society called The Great Debate: War on Drugs.

Iwan’s role is vital in ensuring students register to vote, get out to vote and feel ownership of a national student manifesto. Iwan will also be instrumental in leading the Union’s work to mobilise our members and get election-ready.



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