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A welcome from Colin UWESU President

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supresident@uwe.ac.uk www.facebook.com/colinoffler www.facebook.com/uwesu www.twitter.com/colinoffler Meet The Presidents - p.6

Welcome! I’m Colin, your Students’ Union President and chair of the UWESU Executive Committee for 2011/12. It’s a privilege to have been elected to represent the 30,000 students here at UWE. It’s my job to ensure that your views, opinions and experiences are represented to the University to guarantee a great student experience. As your representative voice for UWE students I’ll be seeking your feedback on issues throughout the year, fighting to ensure that students get the best deal possible at UWE and making certain that your student experience is catered to you. Equality, diversity, honesty, respect, trust and ambition are all of great importance to our Students’ Union and that’s why we strive to be accessible, inclusive and offer something for everyone.

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Freshers’ Week Pullout - p.17

This booklet is your guide to getting involved. You can be part of a community, sport or society to meet new people, volunteer, become a student rep or just chill out in Escape or Red Bar. UWESU is run by students, for students, so if a network, sport, society or social group doesn’t already exist that you are interested in, you can start one! University life is more than achieving a degree. It’s an experience. May I be the first to say welcome to the University of the West of England and to UWE Students’ Union. Enjoy Freshers’ Week and I look forward to meeting you in September.

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40 EVENTS This year UWESU celebrates its 40th year of ‘enhancing the student experience.’ Since 1971 UWESU has been serving and representing it’s members. UWESU has listened to it’s members and worked hard to implement many changes and developments throughout these 40 years and therefore is very proud to celebrate it’s 40th Anniversary with it’s current members! To celebrate, UWESU is putting on 40 EVENTS! These diverse events will be spread across the year, showcasing all that UWESU has to offer. It’s a chance to get involved, have fun and enhance your student experience with UWESU.

40 DISCOUNTS Also watch out for the 40 discounts that we will be giving away on our products and services throughout the year. We’ll contact you with all the details, so that you don’t miss out!


The 40 Events September

Hartpury Freshers’ Fair-14/09/11 Bower Freshers’ Fair-19/09/11 Glenside and St Matt’s Freshers’ Fair-21/09/11 Glenside Pyjama Pubcrawl Frenchay Freshers’ Fair-22/09/11 Allstars Party-24/09/11

October

NUS Delegation Frolics Festival-06/10/11 Black History Month - Love Music Hate Racism Gig-27/10/11 Halloween Lock In- 31/10/11

November

Woolly Hat Day-04/11/2011 The Village People- Evening between 14-18/11/11 Movember AGM-24/11/11

december

Last Orders-09/12/11 Dear Steve

january

Elections Nominations Feedback Week-starting 16/01/11

february

Body Beautiful-whole month Re-Freshers’ Fair-2/02/12 UWESU Through The Ages RAG Week-18-26/02/11

march

Village People-Take 2 Elections-Voting Week National Student Volunteering Week-20-26/03/11 Last Orders-29/03/12 Varsity Day Rugby Union Varsity Football Varsity Rep Awards

april

Inspire-athon Society Awards

may

UWESU Beer and Cider Festival-04/05/11 Sports Awards Dinner Olympic Torch Celebration-22/05/11 Last Orders-25/05/12 Canoe Polo Varsity Boat Varsity

june

Cricket Varsity Bower Ashton Degree Show


REPRESENTING YOU Colin Offler

Students’ Union President supresident@uwe.ac.uk

Olly Reid

VP Education vpeducation@uwe.ac.uk

Terri Hammond

Education Officer UWESUEducationOfficer@gmail.com

Christopher Palmer & Hollie Glover Glenside Campus Officers

Safiyyah Henderson

VP Societies and Communication vpsocsandcomms@uwe.ac.uk

Chris Holgate

Societies and Communication Officer UWESUSocsandCommsOfficer@ gmail.com

Catherine Reeve

Frenchay Campus Officer

Louise Goux-Wirth

VP Community and Welfare vpcommunityandwelfare@uwe.ac.uk

Meenal Odedra

Community and Welfare Officer UWESUCommunityWelfareOfficer@ gmail.com

Sarah Hickie

Bower Ashton Campus Officer

For further info about Campus Officers see pages 30 & 31

Ariana A Sefre VP Sports vpsports@uwe.ac.uk

Rachel Kent

Hartpury Campus Officer

Daniel Hinchey

St Matthias Campus Officer


Democracy

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Elections Members of the Students’ Union annually elect an Executive to represent the views of UWE students nationally and locally. The Executive is made up of 5 full time positions and 9 voluntary positions. The Executive influence the direction of your Students’ Union and University and is a great way of being involved in making decisions that impact on your student experience. The elections take place in March when you will see all the candidates out campaigning for your vote. If you want to take up the opportunity to stand in the elections look out for further details in January or contact Sports Officer Needed! nerys.neath@uwe.ac.uk Election 18th October

Shape Your Union A core principle of UWESU is that it is run by students for students. This is not only achieved by the election of five students as Presidents of UWESU, but by various other means that put UWE students and their views at the heart of the Union. There are plenty of opportunities for you to get involved. No matter what your interest, it’s really easy to take part and help set the future direction and priorities of your Union.

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Student Council and AGM Student Council meets 3 times a year with one of these as the Annual General Meeting (AGM). The Annual General Meeting is open to all UWE students to attend and vote on important issues. Student Council is open for all students to attend with voting members drawn from the Students’ Union Executive and from each committee. Student Representative Committee

Community and Welfare Committee

Sports Committee

Societies and Communication Committee

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STUDENT REPS Who are the Reps? Anyone can be a Student Rep! Reps for each course and level will be elected in the first few weeks of term. If you don’t know who is arranging this, ask a module or programme leader, or contact us at the email address below. If you are interested in becoming a Student Rep you will receive training and support from the Students’ Union and will be able to get involved with lots of different aspects of the Union. So get in touch and we will tell you all the benefits of being involved!

vpeducation@uwe.ac.uk www.facebook.com/ollyreid7 www.twitter.com/vpeducation

Hi I’m Olly Reid, your Vice President Education. As VP Education it is my role to support students and take the issues that students are facing as well as your ideas and suggestions to the University. I will be working with Terri Hammond, the Education Officer, to represent students on education issues, but we can’t do this without knowing what your issues and ideas are. We use the feedback you give to your Student Reps to influence the decisions the University makes and to shape the projects we take on over the year. If you’re interested in getting involved carry on reading!

What Do Student Reps Do? • Student Reps are your link to feeding back on your student experience to the University & Students’ Union. • There are Student Reps elected for every level to represent your course and discuss issues with the Faculty staff. • If you have any issues surrounding your course, your Student Reps take them to the University. www.uwesu.org/reps studentreps@uwe.ac.uk

• University staff approach your Student Reps with their queries, so they need to know what you think!


VOLUNTEERING

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Get involved with volunteering while you’re a student at UWE and stand out from the crowd. Whether you want to learn a new skill or share an existing one, meet new people or enhance your employability... there is something just for you. UWESU Volunteering specialises in offering individuals, clubs, societies and networks the opportunity to set up projects, campaigns and events to benefit the local community. As long as it is led by students, we will help you along the way, and even give you the opportunity to apply for up to £100 to kick-start your idea. We also run one-off volunteering days in the local community including the Big Beach Clean and conservation projects. Whatever you’re interested in, your Volunteer Support Officer Helen Seacombe can help you find a volunteering project that is right for you.

Raise and Give (RAG) puts the FUN back into FUNDRAISING!

Fundraising

If you think you’d like to get involved in something fun for a good cause look no further than RAG. It is your opportunity to be part of a national network of students raising thousands of pounds for charity every year. RAG is run by students like you and supported by UWESU staff. The RAG committee is looking for new members and your fundraising ideas to raise money! RAG support 4 charities each year but you can raise money for any charity of your choice. Throughout the year RAG holds events such as bar crawls, speed dating, pub quizzes, city centre collections and raffles to raise funds. In 2010-11 students have put on events for St Mungos, Sparks, Teenage Cancer Trust, Terrence Higgins Trust, Heartful Dodgers, Coppafeel, Comic Relief, Read International and more! Sports clubs and society members have been successful in raising funds for their activities through events. There are plenty of opportunities to get involved throughout the year. Be involved in making UWE RAG bigger and better than ever before!

Refreshers’ Fair 2011


COMMUNITY One University! One Union! One Community!

HALLS REPS Every year the Students’ Union, in conjunction with the University, facilitates the formal Halls Representative system in the Student Village and various other UWE managed accommodation across the city. These Halls Reps are your link to feeding back on the student experiences in the residences to the University, so whether they are accommodation issues, student campaigns ideas or social/sporting activities don’t forget that your Halls Rep is there to help! Halls Reps are recruited at the beginning of the academic year so if you are interested in playing a bigger part in the UWE Community keep your eye out for more information during accomodation talks.

vpcommunityandwelfare@uwe.ac.uk www.facebook.com/louise.gouxwirth www.twitter.com/louise_gw

Hi, I’m Louise, your Vice-President Community and Welfare. Working with Meenal, the Community and Welfare Officer, it is my role to support, lobby and campaign on behalf of the student body on issues relating to community, equality and welfare at the University, making sure that your voice is heard on all levels. We can’t do this without knowing what your issues and ideas are so it is only through your feedback and involvement with the Students’ Union can we be sure we are tackling the issues you want us to face. So remember that by getting involved and working together we can all help make our time at University a truly amazing and unforgettable experience. Louise and Meenal P.s. If you have any questions/queries please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

UWE is a multicultural and diverse place and with a student population comprised of over 100 nationalities, across all age ranges and academic and social backgrounds studying on 5 seperate campuses. It is no surprise that we have such a rich and vibrant student community.


NETWORKS

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Student Networks for 2011/2012: African Caribbean Believers Loveworld Christian Union Disability Awareness Hellenic Hindu Islamic Latter-Day Saint Student Association Malaysian Nigerian International Students OutUWE Redeemed Christian Church of God Scandinavian Sikh Somali Vietnamese

OutUWE, Freshers’ Fair 2010 As a Students’ Union we embrace our diverse student membership which is why we have made it one of our central goals to make sure that you get the most out of your time at University. So whether that is through getting involved with one of our Student Networks, the Halls Representative system or through one of our campus officers, the Students’ Union is here to help.

UWESU offers a wide range of different ways for students to get involved with the UWE student community and one good method is through our student networks. So if you want to meet other people who share similar identities and beliefs to yourself via a fun and inclusive social environment then why not consider joining one of our Student Networks listed above.

Refreshers’ Fair 2011


SOCIETIES Societies for 2011/2012: All Tacked Up Anime Bristol Architecture (BARK) Bar School Darts Drama European Law Students Association (ELSA) Engineering Forensic Science Gaming History Hub Radio Innovation & Enterprise Labour Land & Animal Biology (LABsoc) Linguistics Live Music MathSoc Medical Science Paintball People & Planet Poker Pole Fitness Politics & International Relations (PAIRS) Psi – Pfi Robotics Roleplay Scouts and Guides (SAGUWE) Student Action Against Refugees (STAR) Urban Wargames

vpsocsandcomms@uwe.ac.uk www.facebook.com/safiyyah.henderson www.twitter.com/safiyyahhenders

Heya! My name is Safi and I am your Societies and Communications Vice-President for this year. My job is to look after all of the societies by managing their budgets and supporting them in any events, fundraising and ideas that they would like to turn into a reality. Societies at UWESU is a great way to meet people with similar interests and is a perfect way to learn new skills and have fun while you are at it. Get involved with your Students’ Union, by participating in the activities and if you have any ideas that will improve your union then put them forward and make a change. There are a diverse range of societies at UWESU which really do provide something for everyone. All of the societies listed here will be at the Frenchay Freshers’ Fair so come and see what they get up to. If none of the societies take your fancy then it is very easy to set up your own one.

www.uwesu.org/societies sports.activities@uwe.ac.uk

Activities Awards 2011


STUDENT MEDIA

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UWESU Student Media encompasses the student newspaper, Western Eye, Hub Radio Station and the UWESU website. All these forms of media provide a wide range of opportunities for you to get involved. So if you fancy trying something new or have an ambition to work in media then we want to hear from you.

Hub Radio www.hubradio.co.uk info@hubradio.co.uk Facebook: Hub Radio

The student radio station is planning big things this coming year! Expect to see Hub DJs throughout Freshers’ Week and make sure you tune in to find out the latest Freshers’ Week news. Whatever your music tastes Hub Radio will have a show for you!

Western Eye Newspaper Western Eye is the monthly student newspaper that is essential reading if you want to know what’s happening at your University and within your Students’ Union. As well as UWE related articles you will also find a wide range of news, views, reviews and comments written by UWE students.

Student Media Centre The Student Media Centre at Frenchay provides a home to most of the student media activities and can be found at Frenchay room 5F9 (5th floor of Students’ Union).

www.westerneye.net Facebook: Western Eye Western.Eye@uwe.ac.uk


Sport clubs for 2011/2012: Athletics American Football Badminton Basketball Boat Boxing Canoe Cheerleading Climbing Cricket Cycling Dance Fencing Football Men Football Women Gliding Hiking Hockey Ice Hockey Jiu Jitsu Kickboxing Lacrosse Netball Polo Riding Rugby League Rugby Union Men Rugby Union Women Sailing Skydive Snowsports Squash Sub Aqua Surf Swimming & Waterpolo Tae Kwon Do Tennis Trampoline Ultimate Frisbee Wakeboard Windsurf

vpsports@uwe.ac.uk www.facebook.com/arianaasefre www.twitter.com/ArianaASefre

Welcome to sports at UWE! Get jet set for another amazing year in sports; with even more opportunities, events and classes than ever before. Make sure you sign-up all your interests at the Freshers’ Fair, and get yourself to training or trial sessions. Never played sport before? Fancy trying something new? This is your opportunity... So; sign up and try it - and if being in a team isn’t for you, then there is sure to be a class that’s up your street! This year is the year to be active, have fun and live your student experience to the full! Sports at UWE is stronger than it has ever been - with so many amazing socials, trips, competitions and unique off-the-wall activities, you certainly don’t want to be the one missing out! We have something for everyone! Sport is a culture based on an active lifestyle and healthy living, and a perfect way to make new friends and have amazing fun. We encourage everyone to enjoy and achieve in the sports they love, as well as try out something new & what better way to do it than here at UWE! Ariana A Sefre, VP Sports

Watch It, Try It, Do It! Freshers’ Week See pages 20 & 21

www.uwesu.org/sports sports.activities@uwe.ac.uk


Sports EXECUtive Sports Officer: To Be Elected October 2011 Competitions Officer: Christopher White (Comets Cheerleading) Events Officer: Rebecca Vause (Dance) Media & Communications Officer: Dayne Robinson (American Football) Campaigns Officer: Position Vacant Combat Sports Officer: Tom Moore (Kickboxing)

BUCS

Social Sport (Intramural)

British Universities and College Sport (BUCS) is the governing body of University and College sport and you have the potential to represent the University in national competitions. This year there will be 43 teams from Badminton to Water Polo, participating in league and knockout competitions. Weekend tournaments provide opportunities for other sports from Athletics to Windsurf.

UWESU Sport in conjunction with the University provide leagues and tournaments in several sports offering a competitive, fun and relaxed opportunity for all UWE students irrespective of ability. We’ll provide you with just about everything you need from first aid training to official’s courses. So sign up on your own and we’ll put you in a team or come prepared with a group of mates.

How Do I Join a Sports Club? Simply go to our website www.uwesu.org/sports Firstly you will need to register your details with UWESU and once you have purchased your UWE Sports Passport this will give you access to the 41 Sports Clubs we currently have on offer. If you can’t find what you’re looking for then we will support you in establishing a club. Every single sports club is run for students by students. All our students are democratically elected to be on Sports Club committees – one day it could be you!


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YOUR PULL OUT GUIDE TO

FRESHERS’ WEEK

Containing all your daily and evening event information

So What is Freshers’ Week? Well, it’s a mix of all things exciting. It’s the time your Students’ Union spends letting you know what’s out there. Freshers’ Week is actually a tad longer than just the standard seven days and it has some amazing entertainment, activities and opportunities. Not only will we be showing you how to have a good time (like you don’t know!) but also keeping you up to speed with what we can offer you throughout the year. Freshers’ Week and University life in general is what you make of it, and we think we’ve got it down to a fine art. Push your boundaries and enjoy yourself, without becoming the laughing stock of your campus! Our job is to enhance your experience whilst studying at UWE, and what better time to start than the beginning? Alex, Freshers’ Team

Freshers’ Reps This elite, rowdy bunch of students can be seen running around Frenchay and the City Centre in pink t-shirts. If you’re not enjoying Freshers’ Week it’s their job to make sure you are! The Freshers’ Reps and the Event Operators (in black) will know everything about Freshers’ www.facebook.com Week (such as which band /uweFreshers are playing when) so throw www.uwesu.org/freshers your questions their way. www.twitter.com/uwesu


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welcome weekend www.uwe.ac.uk/newstudents To get things off to a flying start for all students joining UWE in September 2011, the University and UWE Students’ Union (UWESU) have put together a host of activities and events to welcome you in style. Whether you live in private accommodation, at home or are studying on another campus you are welcome to join any of the events, activities or performances over the Welcome Weekend. Music, food and entertainment will bring Frenchay and Glenside Campuses to life over the Welcome Weekend, and our Bower Ashton and St Matthias Campuses will celebrate with a Welcome Monday bbq. ‘Chill out’ and designated alcohol free areas will be provided for those students who would prefer a quiet space to relax in during the weekend. We aim to make the transition into university life as easy as possible for all our new students, so we know our Welcome events are particularly important for our new international students who may be adjusting to a new country, language and culture. The fun doesn’t stop after the weekend as a full schedule of events and activities continue throughout the Welcome Week alongside your faculty’s induction sessions.

Welcome Weekend | Frenchay Campus Saturday 17th

Sunday 18th September

There’s plenty to keep you entertained over the weekend in the hub of Frenchay Campus. We’ll have live music, DJs and bbqs all day at the UWESU Escape bar and patio and they’ll be serving all day breakfasts and free tea and coffee in OneZone restaurant. Information points will be located in Main Reception and R Block Studios Cafe throughout the weekend.

Accommodation information talks will take place for students living in UWE student accommodation. For students living on Frenchay Campus talks will take place in the UWE Exhibition and Conference Centre. For full details of venues and times for all student accommodation talks go to: www.uwe.ac.uk/accommodation/

Welcome Weekend is brought to you by UWESU and UWE / bettertogether


hello+welcome Welcome Weekend Glenside Campus Saturday 17th - Sunday 18th September Throughout Welcome Weekend there will be plenty of opportunity to get involved in the fun at Glenside Students’ Union Centre. Staff will be on hand to welcome you from 10:0016:00 on Saturday and 11:00 -15:00 on Sunday. Don’t miss out on all the fun of the fair with popcorn, candyfloss, balloon modelling, face painting and a chocolate fountain!

Student Ambassadors A small army of Student Ambassadors and Freshers’ Angels will be on hand to ‘meet and greet’ new students on Frenchay and Glenside Campuses over Welcome Weekend and throughout Freshers’ Week – look out for their red T-shirts.

Welcome Party Frenchay Campus Saturday 17th September | 10:00 - 03:00 | Free Entry The Welcome Party is the perfect opportunity for you and your new friends to really let your hair down, where Greg James will be keeping the party going into the early hours – all for free! Free shuttle buses are available from St Matthias and Glenside Campuses to bring you to Frenchay Campus for the Welcome Party. To Frenchay Campus 22:00 – Leave St Matthias bus stop, College Road – to Glenside Campus – to Frenchay Campus 23:00 – Leave St Matthias bus stop, College Road – to Glenside Campus – to Frenchay Campus Return from Frenchay Campus 02:00 – Frenchay Campus – to Glenside Campus – to St Matthias bus stop, College Road 03:00 – Frenchay Campus – to Glenside Campus – to St Matthias bus stop, College Road

Welcome Party at Glenside Saturday 17th September 20:00- 23.00 Then grab a shuttle bus to Frenchay to make the most of the fun.

Welcome Party (part two!) Sunday 18 September 20:00 ‘til late.


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Court 1

WATCH IT

Come along and watch UWESU Sports & Activities completely free of charge

TRY IT

Try any of the UWESU Sports & Activities completely free of charge

Saturday 17th Sept

Court 2

Live Entertainment All Day On Escape Patio

Sunday 18th Sept

Fencing Paintball Pole Fitness Taekwondo

Monday 19th Sept

Ultimate Frisbee Fencing Taekwondo Cheerleading

12pm-2pm 2pm-4pm 2pm-3pm 3pm-5pm

Classical & Ballet Dance 12-2pm Basketball 2pm-3pm Badminton 3pm-5pm Pole Fitness 3pm-5pm

Tuesday 20th Sept

Table Tennis Bellydancing ♀ Sumo Wrestling Pole Fitness

12pm-2pm 1pm-3pm 2pm-4pm 3pm-5pm

Futsal Trampolining Taekwondo Kickboxing

12pm-2pm 2pm-4pm 4pm-5pm 4pm-5pm

Basketball Cricket Table Tennis Badminton Netball ♀

12pm-1pm 1pm-3pm 2pm-4pm 3pm-5pm 5pm-7pm

Wednesday 21st Sept

Do it

SPORTS HALL

Thursday 22nd Sept

1.30pm-2pm 2pm-3pm 3pm-5pm 3.30pm-4pm

Ultimate Frisbee 12pm-2pm Taekwondo 2pm-3pm Hip Hop & Street Dance 2pm-4pm Cheerleading 3pm-5pm Netball ♀ 5pm-7pm

Inflatable Assault Course & Bungee Run 12pm-5pm

Frenchay Freshers’ Fair 11am-4pm at the ECC, see page 24

UWESU Sports & Activities in conjunction with the UWE Centre for Sport are offering you the opportunity to watch sports & activities completely free of charge, then try them completely free of charge before paying any membership which will allow you to take part in them for the rest of the year.


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Happening all week:

Hockey Squash* Climbing*

12pm-5pm 2pm-5pm 12pm-5pm

UWESU Information Point R Block Cafe

Hub Radio Drop In Sessions | F Block

Hockey Squash* Climbing*

12pm-5pm 2pm-5pm 12pm-5pm

UWESU Information Point R Block Cafe

The Centre For Sport Regular Exercise Class Timetable www.uwe.ac.uk/sport

Football Women ♀ 12pm-3pm Squash* 2pm-5pm Rugby League 3pm-5pm

Bar School Red Bar Drama Rm 3D06

Football Women ♀ 12pm-1pm Climbing* 12pm-5pm Hockey 1pm-3pm Football Men ♂ 3pm-5pm

Volunteering 12.30pm-3pm Red Bar Christian Union 3pm-5pm Rm 2D07

Lacrosse 12.30pm-2.30pm Rugby Women ♀ 5pm-7pm

Drama Rm 3D06 12pm-2pm RAG Rm 2B065 1pm-2pm Volunteering Rm 3D06 2.30pm-4pm Politics & Intl Relations Rm 3B056 3pm-5pm

12.30pm-3pm

Darts Red Bar

3pm-5pm

Be sure to check out all the Sports & Activities stalls at the fair to pay your membership which will allow you to take part in them for the rest of the year!

BOWER ASHTON Tuesday Hangover with Hickie in the bar 10am-5pm FoCA bar Meet the campus officer and fellow reps to talk all things Bower/Bristol. With tea, cake and craft Thursday Bower Art Fest 12pm-6pm Outside FoCA bar Graffiti and pens for all to join in Lock in/drinks promotion DJs

RAG

Volunteering

An introduction to RAISE and GIVE and find out how you can get involved in all things fundraising this year. 2B065 – Wednesday 21st, 1pm

A brief introduction to the diversity of exciting projects, opportunities and events the volunteering department at UWE has to offer. Meet the Volunteering Exec and the Volunteering staff team. Get Involved! 3D06 – Wednesday 21st, 2.30pm

Key: ♀ Activity available to women only ♂ Activity available to men only

Nothing takes your fancy? Grab your new found friends and come and enjoy all of the sports centre facilities for FREE Monday 19th - Wednesday 21st, 7am to 11pm *excludes use of gym


FRESHERS’ MAIN EVENTS Open to all students

Preview Party Thurs 15th Sept 8pm-3am | Free No ticket needed

White T-Shirt Party Fri 16th Sept 8pm-3am Free T-shirt No ticket needed

FRENCHAY EVENTS Saturday 17th Sept

CITY CENTRE EVENTS

UWE Welcome Party 9pm-3am | Free No ticket needed

Sunday 18th Sept

Sunday Chillout 8pm-1am | Free No ticket Needed

Encore - Wheres Wally vs Smurf (The Bunker) | 10pm-4am | £6 Tickets from Frenchay SU & Online

Monday 19th Sept

The Monday Lock-In School Disco 9pm-3am | £6 Tickets from Frenchay SU & Online

Darklight (Basement 45) 10pm-3am | £6

Tuesday 20th Sept

UWE Paint Party Playhouse - UWE Paint Playhouse Party - Playhouse UWE Paint -Party (The Syndicate) 10pm-3am | £6 Livemusic Presents Tickets from Frenchay SU & 9pm-3am | £6 Online Tickets from Frenchay SU & Online

Wednesday 21st Sept

Jan Cha Ra (Full Moon Beach Party) 9pm-3am | £6 | Tickets from Frenchay SU & Online

Thursday 22nd Sept

Seismic - UK Bass and Electro 9pm-3am | £6 Tickets from Frenchay SU & Online

Jongleurs Raw - Jongleurs Comedy Club 7pm-10.30pm | £6 | Tickets from Frenchay SU & Online

Purple Bass (02 Academy) 10pm-3am | £6

Friday 23rd Sept

The Exchange - The Drinks Stock Market 9pm-3am | £6 Tickets from Frenchay SU & Online

Saturday 24th Sept

The Allstars Party 8pm-3am | £30 Tickets from Frenchay SU & Online

Sunday 25th Sept

Quiz Night 8pm | £1 per person entry

BBQ and Open Mic (Eton) 8pm | Free entry


WEEK 2011

www.uwesu.org/freshers

FRINGE EVENTS

Open to those on a particular course or campus

BOWER ASHTON STUDENTS

ST MATT’S STUDENTS

GLENSIDE STUDENTS

UWE Welcome Party 9pm-3am | Free No ticket needed

UWE Welcome Party 7.30pm-11pm | Free No ticket needed

UWE Welcome Party 7.30pm-11pm | Free No ticket needed

Encore - Wheres Wally vs Smurf (The Bunker) | 10pm-4am | £6 Tickets from Frenchay SU & Online

Welcome Sunday 7.30pm-11pm | Free No ticket needed

ABC Party 7.30pm-11pm | Free No ticket needed

Bowers Ashton Circus Party (Eton) 10pm-3am | £6 Tickets from Bower SU & Online

The Monday Lock-In 7.30pm-11pm | Free No ticket needed

The Monday Lock-In 7.30pm-11pm | Free No ticket needed

Playhouse - UWE Paint Party (The Syndicate) 10pm-3am | £6 Tickets from Frenchay SU & Online

Playhouse - UWE Paint Party Karaoke Night 7.30pm-11pm | Free No ticket needed

Big Quiz Night 7.30pm-11pm | Free No ticket needed

Sun, Sea & Cider (The Apple) 6pm-12am Free | No ticket needed

Quiz Night 7.30pm-11pm | Free No ticket needed

Pyjama Pub-Crawl 6pm-3am | £6 Tickets from Glenside SU

The Lock-In (Bower Bar) | From 5pm Free | No ticket needed

Live Music Night 7.30pm-11pm | Free No ticket needed

Chill Out Night 7.30pm-11pm | Free No ticket needed

Purple Bass (02 Academy) 10pm-3am £6 Purple Bass (02 |Academy) 10pm-3am | £6 The Exchange - The Drinks Stock Market | 9pm-3am | £6 Tickets from Frenchay SU & Online

Toga Party 7.30pm-11pm | Free No ticket needed

& Free entry all week (except Mon 19th and Sat 24th in Escape)

Smurf Party 7.30pm-11pm | Free No ticket needed

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Freshers’ Fairs Hartpury Fair: Weds 14th September

Frenchay Fair

Bower Ashton Fair: Mon 19th September

Make sure that you’re there to check out a whole host of commercial stalls alongside UWESU’s own sports clubs, societies and networks.

St. Matt’s & Glenside Fair: Weds 21st September

Local and national companies will be vying for your attention with freebies and giveaways, while our clubs, societies and networks will be showing off what they can do with displays and demonstrations. There will be live music, entertainment, food and the last opportunity to try out free sport for all, so it is not to be missed!

Frenchay Fair: Thurs 22nd September

Exhibition and Conference Centre 11am-4pm

UWE hosts the largest Freshers’ Fair in the UK!


Hartpury Fair Welcome to UWESU!! You are invited to our Freshers’ Fair on Wednesday 14th September 2011 to be held in the Sports Hall next to Legends Bar. Doors open at 11am and there will be lots of stalls from various nightclubs & local traders - there may even be freebies! Come to the SU staff stall, where you can buy your NUS card giving you national discounts as well as your uni hoodies and T-shirts!! See you there!

Bower Ashton Fair Inside and outside of Bower Ashton 10am – 3pm You can’t have a Freshers’ Week without a fair: and ours promises to be a fun first day at campus and a key chance to get a bit of a feel for life at UWE and as a student at Bower Ashton. There will be lots of useful info, but perhaps more importantly a fair few freebies! (We may be the little sister of the Frenchay Fair but this year promises to be bigger and better than ever before.) Live music, Bristol and UWE stalls featuring everything from shops to societies, with a free hog roast.

St Matt’s & Glenside Fair We bring St Matt’s & Glenside Fairs together to make a bigger and better fair for everyone. You get an introduction to sports, societies and networks as well as campus based activities, through local and more specialist course focused stalls. This fair is also a great way to get to know your campus and be introduced to loads of www.facebook.com people who know exactly what /uweFreshers being at uni is all about. www.uwesu.org/freshers www.twitter.com/uwesu


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CAMPUSES Frenchay Frenchay Campus is the place where most students are based and thus where most of the activity happens. So during Freshers’ Week this is where all the major events take place; from the big Welcome Party, to the celebrated Freshers’ Fair. Frenchay is home to most of UWESU’s services and in the UWESU building (F Block) you can find the Presidents, the Advice Centre, the JobShop, the Media Centre (home to the student newspaper, Western Eye, and the Hub radio station) and the Sports and Activities Centre (which caters for all sports and societies). If you feel like a drink or something to eat then UWESU offers two bars, Escape and Red Bar, and if you need to grab a snack or pick up a newspaper then there is the Union shop.

Catherine Reeve

Frenchay Campus Officer FrenchayCampusOfficer@gmail.com

If entertainment or relaxation is needed the UWESU bars are open in the evening so join in the quiz nights, watch live football, play pool, see live bands or party the night away at the weekly events. The University has it’s bars, coffee shops, a refectory, 24 hour library, reception and IT labs.

Glenside You will find the Glenside Student Centre Bar the friendliest bar around; we have regular events ranging from quizzes, comedy nights and live bands. Glenside has Wi-fi access, 4 PCs for student use only, pool tables, plasma screens and a great garden. The bar is renowned for it’s great food so come and try one of our breakfasts or lunchtime specials. With no on-site cash machine, our bar offers cashback, we also have a shop in the Centre to purchase that sweet fix you might need, stationery items or a UWE Hoodie. The UWESU Office at Glenside is here for your personal, academic and welfare needs, we also deal with all the clinical uniforms. Glenside is well known for its sense of community and friendship, with an active student Campus Committee and Glenside Angels, who play a vital part in putting on an unforgettable Welcome Weekend and Freshers’.

Christopher Palmer & Hollie Glover

Glenside Campus Officer GlensideCampusOfficer@gmail.com


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Daniel Hinchey

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With its traditional English sunken lawn surrounded by fantastic 19th century buildings, St Matt’s is the Harry Potter campus. Small yet perfect, close to the city, Frenchay and Glenside, we’ve got it all going on. Grass pitches and a traditional gymnasium make it home turf to UWESU Sports Clubs and Martial Arts, but we’ve also got the Drama lovies, Philosophers and Politicians, so the bar is clearly the place for a vibrant evening whether you’re up for a theme night, live-music, quiz or open-mic night, film-club, an existential debate or just a quiet pint on our expansive sofas.

BOWER ASHTON Bower Ashton is the smallest of UWE’s campuses, so if it’s an intimate friendly atmosphere you’re after you won’t find it better anywhere else. It is home to the School of Creative Arts and is an eclectic and colourful community of more than 1,600 students and a close network of staff. It is situated on the edge of the beautiful parkland of the Ashton Court Estate and is close to Bristol’s city centre.The Students’ Union at Bower Ashton provides a bar, a shop and the office allowing you to access all the student union services including the Advice Centre, Job Shop and access to sports clubs and societies.

Sarah Hickie

Bower Ashton Campus Officer BowerCampusOfficer@gmail.com

HARTPURY

Rachel Kent

Hartpury Campus Officer HartpuryCampusOfficer@gmail.com

Welcome to UWE Hartpury! The UWESU office is on the first floor of the Modern Pentathlon Centre, above Legends Bar. Please come and check out the services we offer you whilst you are here at Hartpury. We have our independent advice service, hoodies for sale, Jobshop which advertises local jobs suitable for students to students, NUS extra cards and UWESU cards for all those student discounts as well as access to all the other SU services. We are here to help you get the most of your time here at Hartpury - so please come and see us. If you would like an input into campus events and entertainments, then contact Wendy.Hazlewood@uwe.ac.uk.


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The JobShop is based at Frenchay, next door to the Advice Centre, but can also be accessed from the campus offices. It advertises jobs on campus and around the Bristol area - about 4000 a year in total. There’s jobs on campus such as shop and bar staff, whilst those jobs outside the University span a vast range of different opportunities such as office work, care work, retail, manual, call centres and lots more. If you register with the JobShop you will receive a free weekly email of all the current opportunities, so you will have a head start in looking for a suitable job. 0117 32 82674 jobshop@uwe.ac.uk www.uwesu.org/jobshop

Is a new one stop service for student queries. We are located on the Level 4 of F-Block which is at the heart of Frenchay Campus and are here to serve you with: • Sports & Societies enquiries • Photocopying & Binding • Membership Cards ...that’s just for starters! Come and say hi and see what we can do to help you!

Nursery The Students’ Union runs a 62 place nursery on Frenchay Campus. Children can attend the nursery on a full or part time basis. The nursery offers priority to students and staff of UWE. Our aim is to provide a warm, caring environment that will offer a variety of learning opportunities for babies and young children. For details of staff, opening times, fees, policies and other information please look on the UWESU website or contact Alex Morfaki-Williams, 0117 32 82675 the Nursery Manager. sunursery@uwe.ac.uk www.uwesu.org/nursery

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Recycle your cash Essentials When you buy a drink from the bar or buy something from the shop your money goes directly back into sports, societies, services and much, much more.

Shop vouchers Ensure you are well fed and equipped for the start of term, by ordering them online at www.uwesu.org/uweshop.

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The UWESU Advice Centre offers independent and confidential advice, support and representation on issues including academic, funding, accommodation, employment, and lots more.

The main SU Advice Centre office is located on the 2F patio, next to the JobShop, at Frenchay and is staffed by two experienced advisers. We also have a third experienced adviser based at Glenside on a Monday and Wednesday, and at Bower on a Tuesday, during term time.

Things to do before you get here: 1. Sort out your paperwork - birth certificate, medical card, UWE acceptance letter and National Insurance No. 2. Make an appointment with your doctor to get vaccinated against Meningitis C. Everyone who hasn’t been vaccinated needs to do this, regardless of age and it will be easier to do through your own doctor. 3. Get a medical kit - all the student essentials - paracetamol, glucose tablets for energy, vitamin C cold treatment to ward off the usual bout of ‘Freshers’ Flu’. 4. Stock up on food for a week or two - to make sure you don’t spend valuable settling-in time wandering the aisles of Tesco! 5. Grab a cookbook and basic cookery equipment - whatever is provided in your house / flat is never enough. 6. Read your accommodation contract before you sign it! If in doubt contact the UWESU Advice Centre. 7. Fill out the inventory for your accommodation accurately - if you tell the landlord it’s broken before you 0117 32 82676 move in, they won’t be able to advice@uwe.ac.uk charge you when you leave. www.uwesu.org/advice

Money Managing your money at University can be difficult. Living and studying can be a very expensive experience. Be prepared to have a blow out during Freshers! If possible try and save some money during the summer, as you may be spending quite a bit during the first few weeks with the possibility of moving into new accommodation, buying books, partying etc. Choosing the right studentfriendly bank account is a big decision, so shop around for the best deals and free goodies. Perhaps the best advice is to have a think about budgeting and work out what your expenses will be.


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A welcome from LIAM BURNS, NUS PRESIDENT You have a fantastic Students’ Union at UWE and all of us here at NUS can’t wait to work with both them and you to change students’ lives – but we can only do that if you get involved. Keep up to date with what we’re up to through our website, facebook page and twitter links above. Best of luck with your first year you’re going to have the time of your life. Liam Burns

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www.nus.org.uk www.facebook.com/nationalunionofstudents www.twitter.com/nusuk www.twitter.com/NUS_Liam First off, congratulations - it takes a hell of a lot of work to get where you are now! It’s a pleasure to write to you as NUS President - you are now part of an incredibly powerful campaigning organisation, a team of over 7 million students, and I’m excited about working with you to win a better deal for students over the coming year. We’ve had a busy time over the last 12 months - students have been hit hard by the Governments cuts. But we’ve also seen the tremendous strength of the student movement that exists when we come together – with over 50,000 students and academics marching through London last November only the most visible example of this. If anything, this year will be harder still – the Government will be pushing through further university funding reforms, and we will have to continue challenging this agenda. And the fact remains that students still do not have access to nearly enough financial support - we need to get more money in your pocket so that students never need to drop out because they cannot afford to stay on. But we won’t just be fighting on funding. Accommodation, contact time, environmental issues, employability and so much more are all on the agenda, as we work to help make your student life better.


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