Due to the increasing number of Covid infections, including within the College, the Union has decided to take a number of steps to reduce the risk of Covid impacting on our members and staff ahead of the Christmas break.
These last few months have been both crazy and exciting, with all our student groups enthusiastically getting back to in person activity, with matches, shows, conferences and competitions, as well as much more, all back in full swing.
It’s December and the holidays are fast approaching!
Over this Christmas period, it might be more difficult to stay connected with people due to COVID-19. Whether you’re at home over the holidays, or staying in London, we want to help you stay connected to the Imperial community!
The student voice was clear – with 2503 students voting, 1791 said that the Union should support the College’s staff who are striking in defence of their pensions. This is a binding result, and the Union now formally supports the strike action.
I’m currently writing this blog whilst dressed in three layers, sipping on a cup of hot green tea. As much as I do love the cold and the cosy feelings that this season brings, I can’t help but reminisce in mild horror at how quickly this term has flown by.
"This is a contentious issue which will potentially affect all students in the College, and which all students may have a view on. It is only right that wide student consultation should be integral to the Union’s formulation of a decision."
Sunflower lanyards have recently become more visible around the UK. There’s been some confusion in recent times on what exactly the sunflower lanyard means, and why an individual might choose to wear it – read on to find out more!