Warwick SU eNewsletter Feel Good We’re in the third week of our Feel Good campaign, providing practical hints and tips on 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.
eNewsletter Week 5 – Term 3
This week is about healthy eating and drinking. You all know the deal in general: the food and drink you consume have a pretty big bearing on the way you feel, you’re your ability to take in information and revise. We’ve got info on what food is good for what things, and we’ll even be giving out some fruit and nuts to you’re your energy levels up… magic! Check our info boards in the library, and the webpages at http://www.warwicksu.com/feelgood to ensure you all get that Feel Good factor before summer rolls around. Make sure you head to the Piazza for some tasty BBQ food. Veggie options also available The Summer Party is gradually approaching and we want to hear what you have to say about it. By completing this 2 minute survey we will know what you think. Thanks in advance: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/HJNVBKN
COV HALF MARATHON / MERCIA MILE / COV FUN RUN Summer is the time for sport in Coventry, with running being the course of choice. This Sunday heralds the Coventry Half Marathon, which goes all through Cov, and even makes its way to campus. It’s too late to sign-up to the Half Marathon itself, but you can sign up to the “Mercia Mile” on the day, as long as you turn up before 9.15am. For more info (e.g. route), see http://coventryhalf.com/ — check this out, as you may find your way around blocked e.g. if you live on Charter Avenue. Go and cheer people on! The Coventry Fun Run is still open for registration. It’s on Sunday 27th June (Sunday at the end of week 9), and you can run either for your own charity, or just fundraise for their central bank. If you want to take part in this 4-mile run, see http://www.coventryfunrun.co.uk/ for more info. Also The National Grid has informed the University that essential road works will take place on Stoneleigh Road from Monday 31 May for six weeks. Two-way temporary traffic lights will be in operation throughout the period of the road works and priority will be given to inbound/outbound traffic at peak times. See http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/insite/newsandevents/intnews2/stoneleighroadworks for more information. Young Researchers Project On the 15th of June, 100 sixth form students are coming to the University from Coventry and The University is looking for volunteers to deliver sessions. The day lasts from 9:45am to 2:45pm and consists of three sessions: The ‘Lecture’ / Private Study The Seminar The Assessment The sessions will be prepared for you, to an extent, and all you need to do is deliver them. The day is designed to inform students about how University life is like rather than actually educating them. If you’re interested then contact Treavor Robinson, firstname.lastname@example.org, at the Institute of Education.
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MONDAY: Top B There are people out there who are thinking ‘What exams?’ There are others that are thinking ‘exams- piece of cake’. If you fit one of those two groups then will probably see you at Top B – Warwick’s longest running night event
TUESDAY: The Heart and the Subsidiary Join us in Curiositea for a book reading from Dr. Fatima Al Matar who is launching her poetry collection. From 6:30 till 7:30 you will be submerged with inspiring verses and deep thoughts from a Warwick writer
WEDNESDAY: POP! –Midweek Mayhem should equal enough said. If you need to know more then there is cheesy tunes from the 90’s as well as early 00’s and as always circling from 7pm FRIDAY: ‘Get Funked’ takes over The Terrace Bar with shisha and cocktails till late. No better way of ending a hard week of revision and exams. Come relax and unwind to foot tapping, neck snapping hip hop and breaks from 9pm. If you are coming for the Shisha make sure you arrive early as its first come first serve.
WSAF Checkout the newly launched website! Graduation Ball and Sports Ball are sold out! Summer Party tickets still available
If you have already bought a ticket, make sure you collect it at reception in SUHQ.
For more information checkout www.warwicksu.com/sixdaysofsummer
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Other Things Happening
The International Office The International Office has two more trips that they are carrying out this year which are open to all Warwick students. It is a great way to find out more about the UK and British culture and make new friends. Also now it is a great chance to distress after all the studying. The up coming trips are:
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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Worried about your future career?
Whether you have a job waiting for you or not, the new online MSc Management offered by Warwick Business School will allow you to add business knowledge to your first degree. It’s essentially a 2-year business conversion course, studied part-time in virtual classes from anywhere in the world. So if you are starting your new graduate job, the MSc Management will give you a wide perspective on management and business that you can immediately apply in your organisation. And if you’re not? Then it will strengthen your job applications and help you stand out from the crowd. Exclusive Offer for Warwick graduates: 10% off the first year fee. Email email@example.com for details.
Reluctant to leave Warwick? Then stick around! Join us for the 12-month full-time MSc Management at Warwick Business School and add business knowledge and analytical skills to your CV.
Applications are still being considered now for the
September 2010 start; if you are expecting at least an upper second class degree in a non-business or management subject, we’d love to hear from you.
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