From Student Rep to Diplomacy and Human Rights

How one of our students plans to use her co-curricular activities to help pursue her career ambitions. Roberta, a second year Politics student, believes that getting involved in co-curricular activities at uni is a great way to develop your social life, but it can also offer the opportunity to gain experience that might help develop… Read More From Student Rep to Diplomacy and Human Rights

Tolu’s take on sports at uni (yes even at Goldsmiths!)

If you think there isn’t a sport or activity for you at Goldsmiths, think again. Frisbee, rock climbing, cheerleading, combat sports, snowboarding – the list is long. And if your sport isn’t represented, you can set up your own club. Tolu is Goldsmiths Students’ Union’s Sports Development Coordinator. With a background in competitive sport and… Read More Tolu’s take on sports at uni (yes even at Goldsmiths!)

5 reasons to become a Committee Member of a society

 According to Committee Members of Students’ Union societies, these are the 5 top reasons why they got involved. Meet new like-minded people and make new friends Find ways to express yourself, through taking part in activities that are close to your heart Gain transferrable skills that you can use in other areas of your life… Read More 5 reasons to become a Committee Member of a society

Meet your verifier: Claudia, Students’ Union

Claudia who looks after all things related to the Students’ Union societies and verifies society roles for the HEAR. There are so many societies to get involved in at Goldsmiths and if you can’t find one for you, you can get support to set one up. Claudia verifies these activities: President, Vice-president, Trustee and Committee… Read More Meet your verifier: Claudia, Students’ Union