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Weekly Round-up: 13.01.24-19.01.24

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





Loco's upgrades!

After asking you all what type of social space you'd like to see on campus, we've decided to upgrade our loco's facilites to included even more activities.

Now you can play Carrommen, Darts, Pool, Table Football and a digital quiz game at your student bar (that's a lot to choose from that's for sure!).

Take a look at one of our latest video of Izzy the Dinosaur exploring these new facilities to see for yourselves.


The Final Countdown

We will be supporting the university's Student Support and Welfare Team in hosting some of the events happening at "The Final Countdown" on campus! 

This event starts on Monday 22nd January and will have 3-weeks packed with events, workshops and resources to develop and enhance skills needed to successfully complete your academic studies. 






Dermatology & Plastics Society

This brand new society did amazingly at our Refreshers fair, coming out as the society with the highest amount of sign-ups at 47 total!

They have also been heavily active on their Instagram @brunel.dermandplastics, sharing skincare tips and showcasing their society members. 

Fancy signing joining their society?


Target Shooting

This club shot-their-shot at Refreshers fair, managing to obtain the highest number of sign-up out of all our clubs, managing 23 in total!

They are hosting a taster session TONIGHT in the Isambard Studios between 6-8pm where students can meet the society. You can follow @targetshooting.brunel to stay up-to-date or check out their page!



Shashank bringing ideas to life!

Shashank (He/Him) your Community Living Officer has been working hard on some very important Brunel community issues that students have raised with us concerning prayer space on campus. He met with the Deputy Vice Chancellor earlier this week to discuss both short term and longer-term needs.

With such a wonderfully diverse campus, it is essential that everyone is represented. Shashank has been proactive in speaking to societies and listening to their concerns over religious representation and taking on board what we could do to ensure Brunel is accessible and open to all.



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