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Weekly Round-up: 16.03.24-22.03.24

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




Campus Updates

With the boards finally coming down around the Quad, the excitment for experiencing the new space is building!

To keep you all in the loop, Brunel University now have a dedicated page to let you know what, when and where changes are being made around campus.



LGBTQ+ Walk and Talk

The Metropolitain Police is inviting those working and living in London to join them for a Walk & Talk with officers. The goal of the walk is to share their thoughts on safety in London and how to bring about positive change.

Want  to get involved?






Islamic Society (iSoc)

One of the key goals of the Islamic Society is "to cater for all the needs and religious requirements of Muslims at Brunel University" and with Ramadan currently taking place, they've been doing exactly that!

They have been providing free Iftar, Taraweeh (every day) and Eid prayer & celebration, not only for Brunel students but also locals. They also provide services such as a prayer room for all 5 prayers, Jummah prayer, monthly talks, charity sales, sports events etc.

Want to help support Muslim students over Ramadan?


Wheelchair Rugby League

Wheelchair Basketball and Rugby League came together this week for our West London Varisty event, participating in the first ever University Wheelchair Rugby League fixture!

Not only was this the first event of it's kind, Brunel came out on top winning 40 - 22.

Want to find out more about our sports clubs?


Iwan helping students get General Election ready

Iwan (He/Him) our General Election Lead has been collaborating closely with Haseen, our NUS delegate, on the NUS’s ‘Manifesto for our Future’. This manifesto outlines students’ needs and desires from a future government, covering areas like education investment, student housing, campus safety, and mental health. Excitingly, the NUS officially launched their manifesto in the House of Commons last month, alongside MPs and representatives from Student Unions and universities across the UK. Plus, NUS has partnered with Citizen Card to provide a FREE Voter ID (usually £18) to any student or young person who requires it. 



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