We’re here to represent you and your views, run campaigns to make the changes you want happen and make sure you have a great time at Queen’s.
Have a read of each of our blog posts by clicking on the links below!
Your Student Officer Team.
Your Officer Blogs
Author Archives: Chloe Patterson
It’s that dreaded time of the year again – exam time! You may find yourself increasingly stressed with exams and coursework and we want to remind you that your SU are always here to answer any questions you have. But … Continue reading
So I signed up to the Female Strength Training course way back in January alongside Hannah Niblock, Student Officer Education, as one of our New Year’s resolutions that we all make to be healthier. I should perhaps rewind ever so … Continue reading
So this week has been our QUB Sexy Time week, just in case you hadn’t noticed! So far we have had workshops on different types of sexuality, pleasure and consent. We have also had our ‘Condom Fairies’ out in force … Continue reading
In the next two weeks all of you will be going through the dreaded exam period – it’s never an easy time for any student whether you are a first or final year. So we have put together 6 top … Continue reading
Before getting into the theme of my piece just thought I would introduce myself. My name is Ethan McLaughlin and I am a final year student, studying International Politics and Conflict Studies. I am looking forward to graduating and leaving, … Continue reading
Over the next couple of weeks, members of the Student Welfare Action Group will be writing a number of welfare-related guest blogs, first up is Torrie McAfee a final year languages student who writes about the troubles she first … Continue reading
What does sexual consent meant to you – join us at the QFT for a free screening and discussion of the award winning Hunting Ground
Next week on Wednesday 2nd December from 2:00pm – 4:30pm the School of Sociology, Social Work and Social Policy and Nexus NI are hosting a viewing of the critically acclaimed documentary, The Hunting Ground in the QFT. The event is entirely free for students … Continue reading
Student Welfare Action Group or SWAG for short…an abbreviation that I embarrassingly kinda love. These guys are going to be the glue behind all things welfare this year; they’re going to ensure that your SU delivers the best possible welfare … Continue reading
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