News.

Elections Inspiration: Catching Up With A Previous President

We chat with James Haywood, previous Campaigns and Communications Officer (a role that has now morphed into Campaigns and Activities) and President, to get the lowdown on life after being an Officer.

 
Election Inspiration: Eva Recommends Running For Election

If you’re angry about the status quo, angry about the attainment gap at Goldsmiths, and angry about the fact that students are treated like consumers, then I recommend you run.

 
Update on the Academic Communities Fund

Students have been using the Academic Communities Fund for a variety of trips and events. Apply for funding to help build communities, meet other students on your course, learn new things and to experience London too.

 
February Student Assembly: Round Up

A round up of the motions passed at the first Student Assembly of 2018.

 
Elections Mythbusting and FAQs

Thinking about running for election but not sure if it’s for you? We’ve put together the answers to some common queries and misconceptions.

 
Five Things to Apply for During Reading Week

Use your reading week wisely…other than doing, well, actual reading, why not think about applying for funding for that project you’ve always wanted to get off the ground, or get some volunteering experience that will leave you in good stead when you finish uni?

 
Meet Your New Sports Activators: Delphine Bueche

We have a chat with one of the newly appointed Sports Activators, Delphine Bueche. Delphine leads on various activities as part of the SU's new social sport programme, Active at Goldsmiths.

 
Meet Your New Sports Activators: Samantha Curran

We have a chat with one of the newly appointed Sports Activators, Samantha Curran. Samantha leads on various activities as part of the SU's new social sport programme, Active at Goldsmiths.

 
Election Inspiration: Catching Up With Mollie Kneath

You might recognise Mollie’s face from around campus, as she was last year’s elected Education Officer.

 
Five Tips For a Top Manifesto

If you’re running to be a Full Time or Part Time Officer, the best way to get elected will be by speaking to students about your ideas.

 
UCU Strike: Our Meeting With Pat, Goldsmiths Warden

On Tuesday 6th February, the Full Time Officer Team met with Goldsmiths Warden, Pat Loughrey, and his senior management team to discuss a range of issues including the upcoming UCU lecturers strike.

 
Meet Your New Sports Activators: Roseline Vincent

We have a chat with one of the newly appointed Sports Activators, Roseline Vincent. Roseline leads on various activities as part of the SU's new social sport programme, Active at Goldsmiths.

 
Election Nominations Now Open

Nominate yourself now to become part of next year's Officer team - with 4 full time paid roles and 22 part time voluntary roles up for grabs.

 
UCU Strike: Frequently Asked Questions Answered

Everything you need to know about the impending UCU Strike.

 
LGBTQ+ History Month Exhibition Artists

To celebrate LGBTQ+ history, this February we have a free, month long exhibition in the SU Cafe. We take a closer look at some of the amazing artists performing and exhibiting.

 
UCU Strike: Why we support staff fighting against broken promises

With the average striking staff member set to lose £10,000 a year of their pension, it is important that students direct their anger about the disruption in the right direction.

 
Five Reasons to Run For Election

Every year, 29 students are elected to run the Students’ Union: you could be one of them.

 
New Societies: Under the Spotlight

As the number of societies and communities continues to grow here at Goldsmiths, we take a closer look at the newly set up Veg Society, the Jazz and Improv Society and the Anti-Imperialist Society.

 
A closer look at the BME student data drop

Earlier this week, Goldsmiths released information about the disparity between white and BME students in relation to retention - here's six key takeaways from the data.

 
Under the Spotlight: Arts Tutoring Society

As the number of societies and communities continues to grow here at Goldsmiths SU, we take a look at some of the new societies that have launched this year, including the Arts Tutoring Society.

 
Stark difference in degree results of white and BME students revealed

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.

 
Under the Spotlight: Beautiful Faces Society

As the number of societies and communities continues to grow, we take a look at some of the new societies that have launched this year, what they aim to provide for their members and why they were started in the first place.

 
January Student Assembly Motions Published

Student Assembly takes place on Thursday 25th January - with four motions being debated and voted on.

 
Expanded PGR support from Goldsmiths SU and UCU

From Postgrad Researcher Reps and building communities, to free UCU Membership: an update on support available for PGR students.

 
Student research topics announced for 2018

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.

 
Start Something New in 2018

New year, new you? We know it’s a massive cliche, however there’s no time like the present to begin making lifestyle choices that will suit you long term, not just for January.

 
December Student Assembly: Round Up

Find out what motions were passed at the latest Student Assembly which took place on the Thursday 7th December.

 
NUS Delegate Elections Results

NUS Delegate election results are out - say hello to your new NUS Delegates for 2017/18.

 
Student Assembly Motions Published

Student Assembly takes place on Thursday 7th December - with three motions being debated and voted on.