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The Big Quiz
19th November 7pm - 11pm
Ember Lounge
Win Big Cash Prizes!
Academic Rep Training: Webinar 5
20th November 4pm - 5pm
My Services, Blackboard
Online training session for students wanting to be academic reps this year.
A Night of Variety
20th November 8pm - 11pm
LRV
Amateur Dramatics Society presents...
Representation Coffee Slots
21st November 9:30am - 10:30am
Side room, Ember Lounge
Come along and speak to the Student Voice team!

Events

Eclipse with special Guest Kelli Leigh
24th November
LRV
LRV's New Club Night
Better Staffs Forum
29th November
Collision Space (Fifth Floor of Mellor Building)
Better Staffs Forum gives every student the chance to shape their university experience. Submit an idea and make a difference!
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Student Voice

Your voice matters at Staffs.

See what it can achieve, by taking a look at what it's done for students like you in the past...

Union Success Stories

  • “The people you work with during shifts are friendly, and the Union’s work hours have been incredibly flexible for my studies”

  • “The biggest change has been in my confidence”

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Are you interested in running for an NUS delegate position – or just want to find out more

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Officers

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Advice

Here to help

Being a student can be difficult at times. So, we've compiled as much information as possible to help you along the way.

What's happening: Better Staffs Forum, 29th Nov

With the next Better Staffs Forum coming up on 29th November, we want as many of you to come along as possible!

 
Chalk Talk: Gareth Cowlin, Lecturer in Cartoon and Comic Arts
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We chatted to Lecturer in Cartoon & Comic Arts Lecturer Gareth Cowlin about his university experiences, his opinion on Staffs, and to generally get a deeper insight in his life.

 
The Better Staffs Forum: Outcomes

At the latest Better Staffs Forum, various things were discussed - from disabled access door buttons to more volunteering opportunities for students within the local area.