This was a week-long campaign that began on 8 October with a range of activities across our campus sites. The main aim of this campaign was to continue to raise the awareness of Mental health on our campuses, inform both new and returning students about the importance of self-care, the support services available so they are able to effectively signpost others and share student views on both mental and physical health.
This October, we ran our Black History Month campaign with the theme 'Honouring our Roots and Creating our Futures'. The campaign was aimed at celebrating the culture, origins, histories and achievements of African and Caribbean communities.
Your VP Education, Ayrden, travelled to Auschwitz, along with VP Societies and Communication, VP Community and Welfare and other sabbatical Officers from across the country to hear first-hand from a Holocaust Survivor.
UWE Wellbeing Service has now partnered with Nilaari Bristol: Nilaari is a culturally appropriate service which delivers counselling for people with mental health issues.
The University is making decisions on your behalf about UWE Bristol’s approach to mental health support for the next few years.This is your chance to feed into the UWE Bristol Mental Wealth Strategy and have your views and opinions listened to, forming part of the action plans for the future.
Going into Charity Week with high visions and little time made it seem impossible. However, with the support of The Students' Union and our amazing volunteers, we pulled of what is now known to be UWE’s best Charity Week to date! Hitting double figures for the first time raising a whopping £10,322.89
Some of these you might not know - it's important to not let drinking get in the way of why you're here.
Plus 5 Alternative Self Care Tips!
This has been a thrilling year for transgender rights with steps towards visibility and equality being made by governments, organisations, schools and media all over the world.
Our first ever Black History Month magazine has been released, curated by 2017/18 BME Officer, Caine Tayo Lewin-Turner and created by UWE students and alumni.
Have you started looking for accommodation but you're unsure where to start or what to look out for? We're running accommodation talks at Frenchay, Glenside and Bower Ashton to discuss any concerns or questions you may have!
If you are trying to cut down or stop drinking, it’s easy to feel self-conscious. Drinking heavily is so normalised in our society that staying sober on a night out can leave you feeling really out of place, here's some tips to help!
Give valuable information for some research into postgraduate support and you could win an Amazon Voucher.
With the festive season upon us, make sure you keep up to date with the opening times of The Students’ Union Bar and Shop on your campus.