Growhampton has been successful in applying for funding to set up a food preserving enterprise on campus.
As a natural next step from our Learn to Grow session, we will now be offering another opportunity for students to get involved with the RSU’s sustainability project, through Learn to Cook. These sessions will be available for all students who would like to get involved with food education, cooking from scratch, and setting up a social enterprise.
The hope is that Learn to Cook will enable students to eat more healthily as well as developing key skills.
We all know about the slave trade, colonisation and Martin Luther King… but how is that relevant to us in this day and age?
National Curry Week was started with a wish to promote the cuisine and to raise funds for charities focusing on hunger, malnourishment and poverty.
The RSU has two vacant part-time officer positions to be filled in their top-up elections which run in early October. Your Students’ Union President explains what the roles consist of and how to run for a position.
Your Students’ Union President welcomes new students, speaks about the excitement of Fresher’s Week and gives tips and advice on how to continue making the most of your time as a student!
• Freshers’ Fair – Friday 23rd!
As the adrenaline rush from Thorpe Park starts to wear off, freshers’ fair is the place to be on Friday 23rd! With tons of societies, sports teams, performances, and promotions on display all over the Freshers’ Village on Froebel Lawn, around Digby Square and the Union bar, 2016’s freshers’ fair is set up to bigger and better than ever!
This August two delegates from Roehampton travelled to Hertford University to take part in RAG conference 2016. RAG Conference is a huge meeting of universities RAG committees, Sabbatical officers, and staff, all coming together to learn key skills for running charity events throughout the year as well as networking with charities and each other.