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Monthly Archives: October 2014
You’ve had a wild house warming party, one of your housemates has puked out the window and another has surfed down the stairs on the back of a wardrobe. No one was hurt and it was unreal craic. However, the … Continue reading
On the 16th October I was very privileged to be asked to speak on a panel at the Responsible Business Conference held by BICS (Business in the Community). The questions were centred on how young people in Northern Ireland think about … Continue reading
Hello again, I trust that at the close of week 5 you are keeping well and that studies are in full swing. Remember that if you are having any issues relating to your academic studies there are a host of … Continue reading
Q Consult Consultancy Workshop- a fantastic opportunity to “learn from the BEST” What? 5 consultancy specialists from a diverse range of backgrounds will be sharing their knowledge on the world of consultancy. Who? Deloitte , BDO, Brilliant red consulting, Nuala Foley … Continue reading
Squash is an extremely fun game and can be played by all! Queens have a squash club and there are 8 courts in the PEC. If you would like to get in touch with the team email Squash@qub.ac.uk. Check out a … Continue reading
Student Officer Patrick Sally and myself are aiming to promote getting active on campus. This will include getting involved in classes in the PEC and different clubs and societies. Whenever you feel like taking time out of your studies why … Continue reading
I am delighted to announce that the overall voter turnout for Students’ Union Council Elections was the 2nd highest in SU records. All of campus should be proud of this. Don’t stop the good times. The more YOU engage with … Continue reading
Since I started studying at QUB 6 years ago I have always kept up to date with current affairs at the university, getting involved with Student Council, reading the Gown and listening in to QR when I got the chance. … Continue reading
Last year a High Court judge ruled that the Northern Ireland Health Minister did not have the power to keep an “irrational” lifetime ban, and had also breached the ministerial code by failing to take the issue before … Continue reading