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Weekly Round-up: 02.12.23 - 08.12.23

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Fabyeon our Disabled Students Officer
Your round-up of all things student at Brunel University.




Professor Benjamin Zephaniah, dies aged 65

We are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Benjamin Zephaniah.

He was a beacon of light on campus for all those who knew him.

Our thoughts are with his family and loved ones during this difficult time.

Please read our complete statement below.


Your SU closure dates for the upcoming holiday

Office and Shop - Closed from 5.30pm on the 21st December 2023, reopens at 10am on the 2nd January 2024.

Loco's - Closed from 7pm on the 15th December 2023, reopens 11am on the 5th January 2024.

The Venue - Closes after Winter Wonderland Mega Global at 3am on the 16th of December, 2023, and reopens for Juicy Wednesday at 10pm on the 10th of January, 2024.






Kurdish Society!

The society has collaborated with other London universities for the second year in a row to organize a winter ball for its members, which is scheduled for Sunday, 10th. This event marks the society's final big event of the term, following their leadership in the charity football match with Paksoc, Indian soc & Kazakh in October, participation in Arab soc's Charity Bazaar, and representation of Brunel in a 7-a-side football tournament sponsored by the Kurdistan FA in November.


Hockey Club!

After a lively day, Hockey Club came out on top in our first-ever Izzy Christmas Charity Chase! They were followed by Lacrosse in 2nd and Cheer in 3rd, raising a total of £52 for charities, including Crisis, RSPCA and Alzheimer's Society.

We don't doubt they'll celebrate their win at their joint Hoedown Throwdown event with Lacrosse tonight in the Venue!


Fabyeon's Disability Awareness campaign!

Fabyeon (He/Him), our disabled student officer, has organized various events to celebrate Disability History Month.

The UK Disability History Month (UKDHM) is an annual event that sheds light on the history of disabled people's fight for equality and human rights.

It is crucial to create awareness about this history so that disabled individuals can live in a world free from social exclusion, stigma, negative attitudes, and socially constructed barriers.



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