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Limited Service at Undeb

There will be limited service at the Student Centre during the week of the 30th of May to  3rd of June. There will be no bank transaction payment during this time. 

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Publication date: 27 May 2016

Hey Punk, Sort your Junk

A number of local organisations have come together to produce a campaign to try and reduce waste problems on the streets of Bangor at the end of term.

The University, the Students’ Union and Gwynedd Council have worked together with local estate agents Dafydd Hardy and Williams and Goodwin as well as local charity Ty Gobaith to bring this campaign to the streets of Bangor.

The Campaign has two aspects, the first being the extra collections that the Council have arranged for when students move out of their student housing at the end of the year. The second part of the campaign is the distribution and collection of charity bags; this is to avoid bulkier items that can’t be taken home with the students to be put out with the refuse collection.

 

Extra Collections for waste bins and recycling bins have been scheduled for June 6th, June 20th and July 1st. Collection bags can be collected from the Students’ Union, Dafydd Hardy, Williams and Goodwin and the Student Housing Office in Rathbone. Students will be able to place the bags on their doorstep on June 3rd, June 17th and July 1st and will be collected by local Charity Ty Gobaith.

The aim of the project is to keep Bangor tidy and reduce the impact of students moving out, this year has been the first year that the University and the Union has worked so close with the estate agents in order for a bigger and better response from tenants. 

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Publication date: 24 May 2016

Union Closure

The Students' Union will be closed between 1pm and 2pm on Tuesday 24th of May for a staff meeting. The doors will be open again at 2 and it will be business as usual. 

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Publication date: 23 May 2016

SU Hero

At the beginning of every academic year we ask returning students to help welcome new students to Bangor University. During Welcome Week approximately 3000 students will move into University Halls of Residence, the majority of which are new students.
Our aim is to recruit as many SU Heroes as possible to help make the transition of moving into Halls of Residence as smooth as possible. With your help we can help students by carrying boxes and suitcases, provide a warm welcome and share local knowledge.
SU Heroes are also asked to help out with the running of Students’ Union events during Welcome Week. These include the stewarding of Serendipity and encouraging students to attend SU events held at Academic, Bar UNO and across the University Campus.

To learn more about the main roles and responsibilities of being an SU Hero please read the Role Description.

If you have any questions about becoming an SU Hero please email SVB@bangorstudents.com

 

Register Here

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Publication date: 16 May 2016

EU Remain Campaign

We will soon be launching our EU Referendum campaign!!

WE NEED YOUR HELP!

Back in March, the Students who voted in the Students' Union Elections overwhelmingly voted to remain in the EU. Following this result the SU have come up the Love Letter Campaign.

Please e-mail mark.stanley@bangorstudents.com if you would like to help us spread the word! We have a range of tasks we need help with.

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Publication date: 13 May 2016

SU AGM

The SU AGM saw a strong crowd of 150 students on Tuesday night. The AGM kicked off Prof. David Shepherd’s presentation about the University. Prof. Shepherd touched on some interesting topics and answered some questions that we’ve eagerly been awaiting. Some of the key points Prof. Shepherd mentioned were;

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Publication date: 11 May 2016

Bangor Union's food bank donation baskets!!

Love Bangor’s latest project is the food bank donation scheme. With the support of NUS we have been able to place donation baskets in 10 locations throughout the University.

The food collected from the University will go to those currently experiencing food poverty in the local area. All goods are donated to the Bangor Cathedral Food Bank which donate food packs to those who have been assessed and in turn, received food vouchers.

If you would like to donate, we have a list of much needed items below. Leave the products in the basket and we’ll do the rest!

Have you seen the baskets in your department? If you haven’t and would like one, then please let us know and we’ll see what we can do!

Read more about Bangor Union's food bank donation baskets!!
Publication date: 14 April 2016

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