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BUCS Nationals 2020

The British Universities & Colleges Sport (BUCS) Nationals took place in Sheffield last weekend, where over 5,000 students from across the UK...

A joint update from UCL and your Officers about the coronavirus (2019-nCov)

We know many of you may be worried about the coronavirus outbreak and the news that there have been a small number of confirmed cases in the...

A sea of red and purple...

Little trivia fact for you - Varsity is short for University… yeah we were just as mindblown. Nowadays the word comes to relate to the...

Ready, Set, Go! It’s time for Varsity!

Written by Lola Kveton London Varsity tickets are on sale...

Staff on strike. What you need to know

Frequently Asked Questions THIS PAGE WILL BE REGULARLY UPDATED THROUGHOUT THE STRIKE What is going on?...

What does LGBTQ+ History Month mean to you?

From an interview with Xuyi Wang, LGBQ+ Officer What does LGBT+ History Month mean to you? I think LGBTQ+...

Leadership Race 2020: Apply now

Applications are now open for the Leadership Race 2020. Sign up to lead your Union, lead a club, lead the people around you, change the...

NUS Election Results

Results Voting has now closed in the NUS Conference Delegate Elections and the full results are available to view...

Give it a Go: Watching Birds

Written by Toby Payne, BA in History  Gathering outside the Print Room Café, I joined a group of enthusiastic students from...

Our statement on the WPUK conference

Students’ Union UCL strongly objects to the upcoming ‘Women’s Liberation Conference’ organised by A Woman’s Place UK (WPUK) which is due to take...

What I got out of Give it a Go week

Written by James Singleton, BA English Literature and Language Fencing gets much less press than televised, big-money sports...

Voting is Now Open for NUS Conference Delegates

Voting is officially open to choose who you want to represent your interests at NUS National Conference, the annual policy making body of the...

Disability Discrimination Faced by UCL Students and Recommended Measures

Written by the Disabled Students’ Network  The Disabled Students Network (DSN) is an autonomous collective which aims to...

Making the best possible start to Term 2

Written by Dillon Lad, third year, BSc in Biochemical Engineering It can be difficult to re-motivate...

It’s not too late to join societies

Written by Alex Dewing, BA Comparative Literature In my first year I thought I was too late to join societies. I didn’t make...

Disability life hacks

It’s Disability History Month and the Disabled Students’ Network committee discuss how they accommodate...

Sessional Childcare on Campus

One of my priorities in my role this academic year is to work towards providing sessional childcare on campus. Student parents and guardians face...

Looking after yourself this winter

Written by Eleanor Booth, Department of Education, Practice and Society The days are drawing in, the temperatures dropping...

Christmas dinner: your guide to the festive favourites

Written by Dillon Lad, BSc Biochemical Engineering Christmas is a time full of traditions which have developed over many...

Christmas Opening Hours

For those of you who will be around campus for a little longer, here’s our services’ Christmas opening hours.  All Café...

Support over the holidays

***Our Advice Service will be closed from 16:00 on Friday 13 December 2019 until 10:00 on Monday 6 January 2020*** ...

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