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28 May 2015: Winners announced at the UCLU Volunteering Services Unit Awards 2015

UCL’s Main Quad Pavillion was packed out on Wednesday 27 May, with UCL students, staff and representatives from London’s community sector coming together to celebrate the UCLU Volunteering Services Unit’s 12th annual awards ceremony. More...

28 May 2015: Seven questions with James Lavender

This week we put seven questions to James Lavender, an English BA (final year) student. More...

22 May 2015: UCL MechEng students head to Rotterdam with a Euro vision

Never mind Eurovision. There is another big European competition coming up and UCL has a very stylish looking entry. More...

22 May 2015: UCLU Liberation Networks win NUS awards

This year has proved to be very successful for UCLU's liberation networks with the Disabled Student's Network and the Women's Network both picking up National Unions of Students award.
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22 May 2015: Junk in the trunk scheme: volunteer now

Junk in the Trunk is UCL Student Accommodation’s reuse and recycling scheme to try and ensure as many of the items that residents leave behind in June and September are reused or recycled, rather than sent to landfill or incinerated.
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22 May 2015: Westminster Libraries Summer Reading Challenge: volunteers needed

UCLU's Volunteering Services Unit is asking students to volunteer with Summer Reading Challenge which encourages children aged 4 to 11 to read six books during the long summer holiday. More...

22 May 2015: Seven questions with Rena Seyidova

This week we put seven questions to Rena Seyidova, Civil Engineering (BEng). More...

22 May 2015: UCL Community Contribution awards: nominations open

The UCL Community Contribution Awards seek to highlight, celebrate and reward outstanding achievements, endeavours or contributions by current UCL students in a non-academic area. More...

22 May 2015: Provost's Perspective: what does the outcome of the general election mean for UCL?

The opinion polls, we now know, were wrong. It seems around 3% of voters were telling the pollsters one thing, only to do another in the polling booth. I read an interesting analysis of this phenomenon at the weekend, but what does the result mean for UCL?
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20 May 2015: UCL and Unite Foundation announce accommodation scholarships

UCL has partnered with the Unite Foundation to offer three accommodation scholarships to care leavers and young people who are estranged from their parents. More...

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