Warwick SU eNewsletter
So it’s that time of year again, the joys of term 3 exams! I’m sure most of you will agree that the year has just flown by. For all you Freshers’ it’s the end of the eNewsletter Week 3 – Term 3 beginning. For Finalists, it is the end and hopefully the beginning of another wonderful chapter outside the bubble. For the other years, it’s neither the end nor the beginning. We would advice to work but don’t work too hard. Make sure you take breaks and do some exercise. It releases endorphins and distresses you. Eat properly and sleep. In my experience, exams tend to go better if you look after yourself. Remember the SU is here to support you in anything you need us for during this stressful time – between the Student Advice Centre, Sami and Sumaiya there is support to help you. Additionally there is also Nightline. They are a student-run, confidential, and non-judgemental listening service. This means you can stop by, call or email them for any reason and they won't judge you or tell you what to do. Nightline is trying to improve their awareness and have created a survey to get feedback from you as to what you think about them and their service. The survey is completely anonymous and will take under 5 minutes to complete. Click here to fill out the survey. Did you know that coffee could make you more tired, or that bananas can make you happier? How about that exercise can wake you up, or that studying outside could calm you down? Between weeks 3 and 7, our Feel Good campaign will be rolling itself out again to make sure everyone gets through the next few months with as little unwanted stress as possible. We'll be providing you with practical hints and tips to make sure you realise how changes to a few simple things (such as diet, caffeine intake, sleep patterns, and water consumption) can have a massive difference in terms of your happiness and mental wellbeing.
If you do have the urge for some tasty Pizza, make sure to call Domino’s Pizza under 02476717111. They deliver 7 days a week up till 5am. So whether you are having an intense study session or a movie marathon there is no reason you need to go hungry, have to stop and make food or walk to Tesco. They deliver right to your door. If you have any comments, jokes or funny pictures related to the general election the please send them to email@example.com Couldn’t vote in the General Election? If so then you can still get your vote informally registered on this site: www.icouldntvote.com. Make sure you do. The Student’s Union is putting together an international cookbook. We have had lots of great submissions but if there is menu you would like to share with us then please go to www.warwicksu.com/cookbook where you can add your favourite dish to it. Week 3 – Term Three
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Exams might be looming but The Copper Rooms are still there and the parties are still booming. We got peoples favourite events happening every week (Monday Top B and Wednesday POP). There are still special events that we have planned for our members so be sure to check The Copper Rooms website to know what is going on. Check out what we have planed for you this week:
Monday: Top B, the best chart music with free entry before 10pm on Monday. Tuesday: Example performing live. £8 in advance. Wednesday: Toga Party with Spa vouchers to be given away at POP the cheesy music night. Thursday: The Mass Debate – Come join in the discussion about what the results of the elections means for students. In the Atrium from 7pm. Friday: Get Funked with funky music and shisha on the Terrace Bar o One of the last Crash events of the year. Saturday: Gatecrasher – speaks for itself really.
Both the Graduation Ball and Summer Party tickets can be collected at reception in SUHQ. The Graduation Ball tickets are totally sold out. If you would still like a ticket the only way possible is to put your name on the waiting list and hope some one drops out. To add your name to the list, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org. WSAF are steaming ahead with their plans. Graduation Ball has sold out! Sports Ball has 60 tickets left up for grabs! Summer Party has over 1500 tickets sold! (Make sure you get your ticket now before they sell out too!) For more information checkout www.warwicksu.com/sixdaysofsummer
Having already killed the crowd with the 'demonic overground club smash' (Sunday Times Culture) Hooligans and crossover Top 20 hit (and Radio 1 Alisted) single Watch The Sun Come Up, man of the moment EXAMPLE returns with an infectious new single Won't Go Quietly and forthcoming UK Tour. This is one gig not to miss. If a straight up party is more your thing, then say hello to Gatecrasher. Gatecrasher makes a welcome return to Warwick in week 3 with legendary DJ Paul Wilkins returning to play a set that is sure to span the ages and blow the roof straight off the Union. As you all probably know by now Gatecrasher's signature club is based just up the road in Birmingham and has been voted the number one club in the UK, so we thought rather than you trudging all the way over there we would get them to make the trip this way. Week 3 – Term Three
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Other Events Happening AIESEC is the world's largest student run organisation which aims at promoting leadership and developing the potential of students through international exchange opportunities. We currently have over 900 opportunities in countries such as China, Turkey, Romania, Nigeria, Russia, Czech, Ukraine and more, due to commence in July! Please attend one of the following introduction meetings to know more about these opportunities: 12th May (Wed) 3-4pm A0.05 (Social Studies) 13th May (Thu) 4-5pm H1.02 (Humanity) 14th May (Fri) 4-5pm A0.05 (Social Studies) Join the Facebook event: http://www.facebook.com/#!/event.php?eid=119383934750682&ref=nf Be there, or be square!
The International Office The International Office organises events and trips throughout the year for Warwick students and we hope you will find these a great way to find out more about the UK and British culture. The up coming trips are:
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York, Sat 15th May Bristol, Sat 22nd May Salisbury & Stonehenge, Sat 29th May Southport, Wed 2nd June
For more information go to: www2.warwick.ac.uk/services/international/students/trips/ioevents/
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Published on May 10, 2010