Our guide to festive volunteering
'Tis the season to volunteer! It’s already a special time of year, but there’s something else that could make it even more special - giving your time to help some wonderful community organisations and charities who’d really appreciate your support.
Launching the TeamUCL Hijab
Article written by your Sports Officers, James and Saiff
December Strike: What you need to know
The Universities and Colleges Union (UCU) have called a strike at 58 universities including UCL from Wednesday 1 December to Friday 3 December.
Islamophobia Awareness Month
Written by Ayesha Salejee, Third year for UCL MedicineThis month, November, is Islamophobia Awareness Month – a time to raise awareness of Islamophobic hate crimes and showcase the positive impacts and contributions of British Muslims to our society.
Tackling Sexual Violence
Thursday 25 November marks the UN International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women and the start of 16 days of activism to draw attention to violence against women.
"I wanted Trans students at UCL to feel comfortable"
Hey, I’m Nestram, your Trans Officer this year. And this week is quite important: it’s Trans Awareness Week.
Anti Bullying Week
This week (15 – 19 November) is anti-bullying week. It’s safe to say that we’re fully against ANY forms of bullying or harassment and so we want this article to be a resource for you all, to help us all recognise bullying and help give direction to places of support.
Become an Active Bystander this week
This week is Anti-Bullying Week, a special week dedicated to the fight against bullying. 
Drink Spiking in London
Content warning: sexual assault
Introducing Angel, your LGBQ+ Officer
Written by Angel Ma, LGBQ+ Officer, 2021 - 22
How to make the most of Reading Week
Written by Isabelle Osbourne, Third year BA EnglishReading week is upon us, perhaps a welcomed break within what is often a hectic and overwhelming term. 
Making our venues safer
Over the past few weeks, we’ve listened to student leaders from our clubs and societies and heard testimony from individual students. The rise in spiking cases being reported across the UK has understandably left our student community feeling nervous, unsafe and angry.
Rep Elections 2021 Results
The results for these elections have been counted and verified.  Overall, 6,485 ballots were cast (including 458 abstentions), by 2,730 voters. All Rep Election Results
Staff strikes & where we stand
Our priority is always looking out for students’ best interests. We want to share a decision that was reached at our last Union Executive meeting – the policy-setting body for Students’ Union UCL made up of elected Sabbatical and Student Officers.
How to apply to UCL’s Financial Assistance Funds
If you find yourself in unexpected financial difficulty during your studies, UCL’s Financial Assistance Funds (FAF) may be able to provide some support.
A letter to our Academic Community
To the Academic Community at UCL,
What your reps have done for you
Building communities onlineDespite most learning at UCL being done from home this year, your Faculty Reps worked hard to keep students connected through groups on apps such as Whatsapp, Teams or WeChat, as well as arranging virtual social events for students to meet their pe
Discover London with volunteering
Ah, London. For a lot of you, it’ll be your new home for the next few years. London is big and busy, filled with lots of places to explore, opportunities to experience and memories to be made.
Organising your finances for the new academic year
Being a student can be tough on your finances, so it’s probably a good idea to get your money in order sooner rather than later. To help you get organised, we have put together some tips to help you to prepare yourself financially for the new academic year.
5 Black British Icons - Doreen Delceita Lawrence
We are celebrating this years’ Black History Month with the theme: From Struggle, To Growth, To Strength. The BME network presents a series of articles highlighting 5 Black British Icons from the past and present.