What's on this Week

What's On

What’s on

 

  • https://www.nusu.co.uk/asset/News/6516/Food-for-Fuel-Courier-Full.jpg?thumbnail_width=835&thumbnail_height=450&resize_type=CropToFitFood For Fuel Week, 6th to 9th October

 

Free fruit available across campus all week, with various activities planned to inspire healthy eating across the university.

 

 

 

 

 

Monday 6th November

 

  • Go Volunteer Veggie Giveaway, Outside the SU, 12pm-2pm

Pick up a ‘Soup in a Bag’ pack and make your own delicious meal.

  • It’s more than just hunger: Understand our relationship with food: Dr Aisling Martin and Dr Jen Woodhouse, MLK L1 Students’ Union, 5.30pm

There are many reasons why we eat; physical hunger is just one of them.  We know that, for many of us, our emotions play a large part in our eating. If we feel stressed, anxious, upset or angry, food may play a role in helping to comfort ourselves, or to numb difficult emotions. In this one hour lecture we help you to reflect on what influences your relationship with food and how this might affect your eating habits.

  • Breakfast Club, Newcastle University Sports Centre, 8am-12pm

Grab a free breakfast after your workout on the way to morning lectures.

  • Smoothie Bike, Outside the SU, 12pm-4pm

Cycle your way to create your own smoothie.

 

Tuesday 7th November

 

  • Cookery Class: Nutrition Week, Venue, Level - 2 Basement, Newcastle University Students’ Union

Sick of living on beans on toast? Spending too much money at your local take away? Join us for a student cooking workshop that will increase your cooking skills and learn new techniques. During this session you will observe and take part in preparing some festive sweet and savory dishes and more importantly join in with the eating!

  • Breakfast Club, Newcastle University Sports Centre, 8am-12pm

Grab a free breakfast after your workout on the way to morning lectures

  • Smoothie Bike, Outside the SU, 12pm-4pm

Cycle your way to create your own smoothie

 

Wednesday 8th November

 

  • Meeting Skills Training, 3pm, History Room, NUSU

Meeting Skills TrainingAs a Student Representative, one of the key aspects of your role will be attending and participating in meetings. Therefore, the aim of this training session is to help you get the most out of the meetings that you will be attending. We will provide hints and tips on how to conduct yourself effectively, whilst allowing you and the other attendees the chance to look at practical ways in which meetings can be improved so that they run as efficiently and effectively as possible. This session is suitable for all student representatives.

  • Jesmond Welcome Event, 5pm-8pm, Jesmond Library, Jesmond

An opportunity for some food, drinks, networking and getting to know members of the community.

  • Breakfast Club, Newcastle University Sports Centre, 8am-12pm

Grab a free breakfast after your workout on the way to morning lectures

  • Society take over – Outside the SU, 12pm-2pm

Come along to sample healthy snacks from Baking Society. 

Pick up a free healthy pick and mix from Renewcastle or the Food Coop.

  • Tea Tasting at Quilliam Brothers’ Teahouse, 6:45pm-8:15pm, Meet outside SU, NUSU

Tea Tasting at Quilliam Brothers' TeahouseCome back to school for a lesson of tea tasting at the toons most popular tea shop -   Quilliam Brothers' Teahouse. The lessons last for 2 hours and comprises of an l presentation covering exciting info about the world of tea. We will of course brew up a selection of teas for us all to try and discuss.

 

 

Thursday 9th November

 

  • Grainger Market trip – Meet at the Students’ Union reception 11am

Find out where to buy healthy food at low cost prices.

  • Vertigo Rock Climbing, 5:30pm, Meet outside SU, NUSU

Vertigo Rock ClimbingGet to grips with rock climbing! Could you tackle the 19 climbing towers at Vertigo Climbing? If you love climbing, then come and take up this fantastic challenge! Hosted at Eldon Square, the vertigo climbing wall is 40 metres in length and 5 metres high. The wall provides a climbing challenge for all abilities. Make sure you book early as this activity will be popular. Why not and grab your friends and make this an activity to remember.

 

Friday 10th November

 

  • Stu Brew Brewery TourStu Brew Brewery Tour, 3pm-4pm, Meet outside SU, NUSU

Join us for a brewery tour and learn about the current sustainability projects linked to the Stu Brew enterprise, including treatment of waste yeast and recycling of waste grain. Find out more about how you can get involved in Stu Brew, and taste test some of their famous ales.

 

 

 

Saturday 11th November

 

  • BBC Newcastle Backstage Tour, 1pm-4pm, Meet outside Hatton Gallery, NUSU

BBC Newcastle Backstage Studio TourBBC Newcastle Tours offer visitors a unique opportunity to step behind the scenes of our television and radio world. Scheduled carefully between our live television broadcasts, you are welcome to come in and have a good look around. Why do some newsreaders only wear one shoe? Why does the weather forecaster have an earpiece in their left ear, while news presenters have one in their right?

 

 

 

Sunday 12th November

 

  • Qawwali NightQawalli Night, 6:30pm, Venue, NUSU

Let the rhythm of soulful devotional music rule your mind at the Qawwali Night as world-renowned Haji Ameer Khan pays a special tribute to the late Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan to mark his 20th death anniversary. Join us for a night of relaxation and spiritual enlightenment. Indulge in traditional Pakistani delicacies and experience the vibrant Pakistani culture and music.

 

 

Other News

Upcoming Live Events

Our classic, underground vibe has provided the perfect backdrop to some of the UKs finest musical talents (1975, James Bay, George Ezra and Machine Head have lit up the stage in recent years) while we also play host to some of the most action-packed club nights in town.

 
What happened at Novembers council

Student Council returned with significantly less motions than October, leaving plenty of time for our big open debate.

 
Inclusive Sport

Inclusive Newcastle includes programmes and initiatives aimed to increase engagement with sport, remove barriers and offer support to all students. This includes our disability sports programme, designed to help students keep active, have some fun and enjoy healthy competition.