Your Student Newsletter - Week 5
The Student Communications Team
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Welcome to Week 5, and Happy Halloween! There are some exciting things happening on campus this week... Attend the launch event of the Student Opportunity Hub with free pizza, popcorn, giant games, and more, and a music event celebrating Black student creatives at Warwick. Join the Global Connections Community Day of the Dead celebration and visit Warwick Arts Centre's free Radical Landscapes exhibition which is now open.

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Student Opportunity and Events

Launch event of the Student Opportunity Hub

Come and attend the launch event of our Student Opportunity Hub this Thursday (3 November)! From 3pm-6pm on the ground floor of Senate House, there'll be free pizza and popcorn, a photo booth, a balloon modeller, and giant games! It's also the perfect opportunity to meet the Student Opportunity team and find out how they can support you.

Warwick Enterprise

Looking to develop your entrepreneurial skills or launch your own business? Warwick Enterprise provides the tools, knowledge and support to launch new business ideas. Find out more now

Black History Month - SU events

Continuing with the Blackness, Imagination, Liberation event series in recognition of Black History Month, the SU is holding a final event this week! On Friday 4 November, you can attend the music event - Showcasing Warwick Black Creatives with black [untitled]: Music. It will be held from 6pm-9pm in The Copper Rooms.

Day of the Dead Celebration

Day of the Dead is a celebration of life and death that originated in Mexico. The Global Connections Community are hosting an event where you can remember a person you miss and make your paper Marigold that represents life's fragility. It's a great opportunity to meet new people. Come along and join in on Wednesday 2 November, 1:30pm-4pm.

Radical Landscapes is now open!

Attend this free exhibition at the Mead Gallery in Warwick Arts Centre. A surprising and inspiring view of the British landscape, exploring 100 years of art from post-war paintings to rural raves, anti-nuclear protests to the climate emergency. Discover over 100 artists exploring diverse relationships with rural spaces, questioning belonging, feminism, migration, and colonialism. It's open Tuesday-Sunday, 11am-8pm, up until Sunday 18 December. Find out more here.

“Molecular Fireworks” Microscopy Competition

Have you ever captured an image with a microscope that reminds you of fireworks? Send it to us for a chance to win a £50 voucher and have your work exhibited in community spaces. Submit your image alongside a short paragraph (less than 150 words) that explains what your picture shows to a member of the public to wie@warwick.ac.uk by Monday 7 NovemberFind out more.
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Campus and Community

Retail offers and baked potatoes on campus!

Fancy a winter warmer? Then head over to The Bread Oven for fluffy baked potatoes, crammed with your choice of fillings from our deli counter. Served from 11am, Monday-Friday in Weeks 4-8, choose from the selection of fillings - £3.50 for one filling or £4.00 for two fillings. You can check out more retail offers available on campus here.

Best wishes,

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and the Student Communications Team