Tag : society

Sour grapes for Wine Soc

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Relations have fermented between the Union’s Wine Society and the retailer Majestic Wines, after the club was allegedly “banned” from the company’s wine tasting sessions. According to President Alex Fitzpatrick, he received a telephone call “completely out of the blue” informing him that the society was no longer welcome at … Read More

Society hiker dies in mountain tragedy

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A member of the Union’s Hiking Club has tragically died during a hill walk in Scotland. The alert was raised at around 3pm on Sunday, after one of the party suffered a fall. A large search operation was then launched in the Cairngorm Mountains. Five students were airlifted to safety … Read More

Soc of the Week 25.01.12: Sign Language

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President: Christina Economides Membership: £9/year; £6 for returning members Contact: info@luusls.co.uk; www.facebook.com/groups/luusls Regular meetings: Wednesday 7-8pm, Maurice Keyworth Seminar Room G.31, Business School If you’ve ever wanted to learn to sign, Leeds University Union Sign Language Society welcomes students of all abilities. The society has been enabling members to learn … Read More

Bhanging night out

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The Union’s most energetic society will be representing Leeds at this Saturday’s Capital Bhangra competition in London. ‘Ministry of Bhangra Leeds’ is one of seven teams competing to win £500 prize money in what has been described as the UK’s most welcoming University team bhangra competition. Capital Bhangra was launched … Read More

Let the sausage see the roll

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30.11.12 As the winter nights draw in, hundreds of Leeds Uni students have been left longing for that special someone to snuggle up to in a cosy corner of Old Bar. Leeds RAG’s latest charity event could be about to save some lovelorn learners from those winter blues. Following the … Read More

The Ideal Student

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Since starting University just over a year ago, I’ve spent quite some time considering what exactly it means to be a ‘student’.  In the eyes of the employed we’re the scruffily-clad, inherently lazy but vaguely intelligent hordes shuffling across the city every day.  To our lecturers we’re a herd of … Read More