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  • Drug and Alcohol Awareness Week, 9-13 October

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  • Black History Month, 1-31 October

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Wednesday 11th October:

  • Part Time Jobs and Volunteering Fair, 10:30am-2:30pm, The Venue, NUSU

Want a part time job to go along with your studies? Maybe fit volunteering into your week? Come along to the Part Time Jobs and Volunteering Fair on 10-11th October to meet employers, get your CV checked and organise volunteering. Find out more

  • Alcohol Awareness, 12pm-2pm, Outside the SU, NUSU

Come and join Sarah Hulse from Newcastle Public Health Team you’ll find out How Much Is Too Much?  Offering information on alcohol and drug implications of consumption. Find out more

  • Drug and Alcohol Drop in Session, 12pm-2pm, Outside the SU, NUSU

 A confidential service located in the Student Advice Centre pod where Students or Staff can open up with any drug or alcohol-related problems. Find out more

Thursday 12th October:

  • Real Limits, 11am-2pm, Outside the SU, NUSU

Northumbria Police will be here with breathalyser tests - find out how far over the driving limit you would be on the morning after your Wednesday sports night out. Find out more

  • Mike Watson @ Coffee House Sessions - 12pm onwards, Mens Bar, NUSU

Come on down and spend your lunch time with some great live music and enjoy 20% off Starbucks too!  We can't think of a better way to spend our lunchtime! Find out more

 

  • An evening with Dave Stone, 6:30pm-10pm, Kings Gate, Newcastle University

A talk by the director of Wylam Brewery, Dave Stone. Journeying through ventures in the live entertainment and late night industries.         Find out more

  • Addictive TV: Orchestra of Samples, 7pm-11pm, Venue, NUSU

Electronic duo Addictive TV present “Orchestra of Samples”, their latest audio/video project featuring over 200 musicians filmed around world. Find out more

  • Quiz Night, 8pm, Mens Bar, NUSU

Winner takes all cash prize, free nachos and 'Cheer for Beer' round!
Hosted by our sabbatical team every week! Find out more

Friday 13th October:

  • End of Freshers Big Clean Up, 11am, Outside Francesca’s on Manor House Road

An end of Freshers community clean-up of bottles and broken glass with student volunteers.  Volunteers needed, please contact CAMPAIGNS.SUPPORT@NCL.AC.UK                   Find out more

Saturday 14th October:

  • North East of England African Community Association,3:00pm-8:00pm, St Teresa’s Church Hall, Heaton Road

Speakers include Tina Simbo on Black Women in History and Professor Brian Ward of Northumbria University on his new book Martin Luther King in Newcastle, plus musicians, poets, stalls, exhibits, and Caribbean and African food. Find out more

  • Wanderlust, 11:00pm-3:00am, The Venue, NUSU

Join us every Saturday night we take you to a different party destination around the world with Wanderlust! Find out more

Sunday 15th October

  • Sausage Making Class, 1:30pm-5:30pm, Outside Hatton Gallery, NUSU

Get to grips with a sausage machine, and produce about 1kg of your own flavoured sausages to take home. Find out more

 

 

Other News

Free Menstrual Products on Campus?
Free Sanitary Items on Campus

Here at NUSU we strongly believe the University should provide free menstrual care products to students across campus. The Scottish, Welsh and English Governments have all introduced, or pledged to introduce, free provision of these items.

 
And the Nominations are in: your official candidates
The NUSU Elections 2019

We’ve looked through all the nominations and rounded up all the candidates for this year’s NUSU Elections 2019.

 
Student Survey

By completing the survey, you are in with a chance to win £250 in cash!

 
Save the date! Grad Ball 2019

Put the date in your diary for what promises to be a very special night, whether you are graduating or coming along to celebrate the end of the year with your group!

 
Newcastle ranks in Top 10 healthiest Universities in the UK

What does a carrot and Newcastle University have in common? They’re both healthy.

 
Textbook Exchange

Got more textbooks than you know what to do with, or need to buy a book for your course that’s cheaper than the high street?