Monthly Archives: September 2015

Queen’s Couch 2 5K Challenge – oh no!

When I was in second year of my undergraduate degree I joined the gym, I had the best intentions of going three times a week and I was going to have fittest and buffest (not a word, I know…) body … Continue reading

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‘The Big Conversation’ – What is it all about?

In response to ongoing financial pressures on the Higher Education sector in Northern Ireland, the Department for Employment and Learning has launched, “The Big Conversation.” The student movement has a role to play in engaging with the Big Conversation. This … Continue reading

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Get Involved! Become a Course Rep or School Rep

Your School is looking for Course Reps and a School Rep for 2015-16. School and Course Reps are the link between the students and staff in all of the Schools in Queen’s. They listen to the views, opinions and suggestions of students … Continue reading

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EIGHT TIPS TO SURVIVE FRESHERS FORTNIGHT

Here are some tips to keep you in tiptop form over the next two weeks… 1) Pace yourself Our Freshers’ events are on for a fortnight. That is up to 14 straight days of partying (or at least heavy socialising). … Continue reading

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Top Ten Tips for Surviving Freshers’ Fair

Top Ten Tips for Surviving Freshers’ Fair Freshers’ Fair promises to be as exciting and hectic as last year with nearly 15,000 people expected to attend the event over the two days.  If you’re a committee member of any of … Continue reading

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