Last week we held a campus-wide vote on “Should LUU support a People’s Vote on the final Brexit deal”. Over 1100 students took part, of which nearly 80% voted to support the motion.
After weeks of campaigning and a great voter turnout, we can now announce who will be representing LUU at the 2019 NUS Conferences.
Results are in for the campus-wide referenda on the following ideas that did not pass at our Better Union Forum. We wanted to know if LUU should support a People’s Vote on Brexit and whether LUU should provide the same support for radio and television as it does for print media.
Plans are developing to transform Essentials, your union supermarket, into a Co-op, providing you with more choice of products, cheaper options and a speedier shopping experience.
You can pick up a free pair of ear plugs from behind the bars at LUU when you’re on a night out. It only takes fifteen minutes for loud music to damage your ears so grab a pair and give your ears a rest.
Our zero tolerance to hate crime and harassment on campus campaign has engaged almost 6,000 students and 150 staff members on campus to empower them to draw the line on hate crime.
If you’re a postgraduate student at the University of Leeds then you’re in with a chance to win some prizes. LUU want to know a bit more about postgraduate life at Leeds so we’ve set up a quick five minute survey for you to fill out. Once you submit your answers, you’ll be in with a chance to win £50 worth of Amazon vouchers to spend. We’ll use your answers to inform policy and make change, so this is another chance to have your say and tell us about what PG life is like. Sound good? Here’s the survey
Last week LUU held our Better Forums - a chance for all of our members to put forward ideas that improve how we do things here at the Union, at the University and in the city of Leeds.
We want you to feel supported, part of a community and feel that your experience is valuable and prepares you for your future - that’s where the Recognise Award comes in.
LUU’s Hate Crime Support Ambassadors have been busy delivering “Draw the Line” – a project that raises awareness about hate crime and improves reporting systems at the University of Leeds. Now we want to know the change it’s made with a quick survey and there’s some prizes up for grabs if you take part.