As part of Health and Wellbeing week, the Student Union will be hosting a WELL-FAYRE to get you to rejuvenate after a stressful deadlines/exam season and because a little celebration of getting through it all is needed!
What to expect?
- A variety of interactive stalls orientated around general wellbeing!
- A craft therapy corner/ self-care station to unwind
- A chance to make your own smoothie on our smoothie bike
- FREE Goodie bags with lots of amazing giveaways
- FREE sports water bottles
- Lots of opportunity find out more about food / keeping healthy
- A keepy uppy challenge to get involved!
- A photo booth
- Sik beats to get you moving!
- Hall points for your Hall if you scan your student cards
This week the Student Union is running its Your Education Week initiative across campus. Teams of programme presidents and representatives will be out and about across campus helping students find out how to improve their learning style and get more out of their studies.
The Library will be supporting the initiative by hosting a stall in the foyer on Tuesday 29th November between 12pm-4pm, but you can also find a wealth of information about how to improve your studying and academic practice via our online help resources. Two in particular are especially useful – we have our own Study Tips module on Learn at http://learn.lboro.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=11494 , and also the Learning Support web pages which you can find at http://www.lboro.ac.uk/services/library/students/learningsupport/
On Wednesday 16th November the Students’ Union are hosting their highly popular annual International Day. Students from all around the globe studying at Loughborough will represent their countries by sharing their culture and lifestyle by giving out food, samples of drinks, activities, performances and much more.
Make sure you don’t miss out this amazing opportunity to get the feel of more than 40 different nations and cultures on the day, which kicks off at 11am and finishes at 3pm. Entry is free.
The University will be holding Open Days on Friday 23rd September and Saturday 24th September. Visitors, students and staff should be aware that campus, and in particular the Library, will likely be extremely busy on both days.
The Library will again be hosting several displays and stands by other support services within the University on both days, and will be taking up temporary residence this week on Level 3. As such, certain study areas on this level will be unavailable during this time.
Open Day June 2016 image by Amy Zheng.
LU Arts and Flix are back this September bringing a new screening of Terence Rattigan’s post-war drama The Deep Blue Sea from National Theatre (NT) Live.
Helen McCrory, known for her role in Penny Dreadful and Peaky Blinders, appears alongside Tom Burke of War and Peace in this new, critically acclaimed production by Carrie Cracknell.
The Deep Blue Sea will be screened next Thursday, 1st September, at 7pm in the Cope Auditorium in the Edward Barnsley building. For full details and to pre-book your tickets, please visit the LU Arts website.