We have been working collaboratively at all levels of the University to advocate your voice and the challenges that students are facing during these difficult times
With the current national lockdown restrictions, we know that this is a particularly challenging time for all our students
Around the world, 350 transgender people have been killed so far this year (2020). The annual list, released for Transgender Day of Remembrance, found the average age of those killed was 31, with the youngest just 15. We need to remember that these are only the reported deaths, this death total is likely to be the tip of the iceberg.
Hallsfest 2020 is a week of online events to students while in lockdown, led and ran by our activities.
Don't worry, you probably aren't the only one asking that question. There is no need to hide, we have the answers
It is true to say that all lives matter. They always have and always will. So why then is this considered to be the wrong response to “Black Lives Matter?”
Would you like to represent students in your school or a certain demographic of students? Have your voice and opinions heard and make positive changes to your course or your university experience? Then our Part Time Officer roles could be just the thing for you!
The Union has organised College Student Voice Forums throughout the year, which are designed to allow you to express your views and opinions in relation to your academic experience/area of study.
A job straight out of uni? Now that would be nice
Representing the interests of Arts students at the rep conference - Art and Media Officer Nina Cupric updates on behalf of her team of reps in the school.
Keeping active is really important in difficult times such as
these, and exercise can provide a much needed re-boot as well as
help your wellbeing.
The University of Derby are delighted to announce the appointment of Graham Abercrombie as the Women’s Football Club’s new first team coach.