...Before midday on Wednesday 17th October, to become one of the new Part Time Officers or Student Trustees.
Welcome Week (aka Freshers Week) takes place from 21st - 28th September 2018 - and we're bringing you a huge line-up of social events to welcome you to Goldsmiths.
To mark Black History Month, we're hosting a variety of different events, including discussions, screenings and talks.
Elena ‘Kiki’ Bustos, the outgoing Goldsmiths Women's Football President has been awarded the Youth Volunteer of the Year prize as part of the FA and McDonald's Grassroots Football Award.
Goldsmiths student Tope Adeyeye scooped a dramatic victory last month, winning first place in the 100m race (in 10.75 seconds) at the under-23 Men’s Championships in Tullamore, Ireland.
Goldsmiths SU’s newest Campaigns and Activities Officer is on a mission.
Liberation is at the heart of the SU’s mission to empower students and fight discrimination against black, LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans), women and disabled students in the university and beyond.
What is returning Education Officer Taylor McGraa most excited about for the upcoming year? Many things, it turns out.
If you’re a returning Goldsmiths student it’s quite likely you’ve seen JT (Joseph Tema) around campus.
Applications for the SU’s Talented Athlete Programme (TAP) are now open from prospective and current Goldsmiths students.
Term may be winding down, but preparations are busily underway in the SU for two brand new elected Full Time Officers to begin their terms.
From Lambeth Country Show to taking a dip in Brockwell Lido - we've got you covered for your summer in London.
Apply now to become a Department Rep for the 2018/19 academic year.
150 nominations were whittled down to four winners of the annual Student Led Teaching Awards, celebrating the amazing staff who make Goldsmiths what it is.
The Students' Union Awards took place last week, our annual celebration of every student who makes Goldsmiths what it is.
Many students have raised the issue of fee reimbursement with us, so we wanted to update you on the work we've done, and provide a guide to requests for compensation.
In a series of blog posts, second year Sociology student Abigail Joseph talks about her experience of the Erasmus scheme, as she heads off to study in Copenhagen for a year.
Each year, Department Reps (formerly DSCs) work in small teams to research seven different areas of student experience - this year's research topics have just been announced.
The University have published their report into the attainment gap - proving the substantial gap between the academic success of students of colour and their white counterparts.