Mon 11 Nov 2019
… here’s how it went.
The Late Night Do It Right campaign is designed to make sure that everyone's having fun and safe nights out. Let's take a moment to look at the success of the campaign over Freshers 2019!
There is a common misconception that actually going out is the best part of a night out, when it turns out that ‘pres’ are definitely the best part. Here's the science to the perfect pre-drinks!
This post is for the bargain hunter- or those who are just trying to make that student loan stretch a bit further... Read on for our comprehensive tips list for saving those handy pennies (or more) on a night out!
Here are eight essential go-to wonder cures (or near enough) when experiencing that dreaded hangover. Please remember to always drink responsibly- but let's be honest, that hangover happens to all of us from time to time.
The Students’ Union at UWE wins award for embedding social norms of responsible alcohol consumption and building healthier, safer, more productive student communities across campuses.
Moving to university and meeting your housemates is an exciting new chapter in your life, but we know that it is also a big step. We've put together some tips, that will help you get to know your housemates in no time.
Earlier this year, we invited all UWE Bristol students to take part in our annual Alcohol Impact survey. The survey is run by The National Union of Students and aims to explore students’ behaviour towards and attitudes to alcohol use.
We are delighted to announce that The Students’ Union Bar has scored a 100% rating in the Best Bar None Accreditation Scheme. The scheme is a national award supported by the Home Office and the drinks industry which is primarily aimed at promoting the responsible management and operation of alcohol licensed premises.
Plus 5 Alternative Self Care Tips!
Some of these you might not know - it's important to not let drinking get in the way of why you're here.
Resident Quiztress and Late Night Do It Right Intern, Josie Alford, gave up smoking and drinking for October, here’s why:
“you’re like a yellow t-shirt angel sent from above”