Black History Month 2018

Our International Committee will be hosting a series of events throughout October, featuring guest speakers, presentations, music sessions and student testimonies.

 
Bike Hire Scheme Relaunch

The RGU Go Green easy bike hire scheme will get you to campus in time without the hassle of overcrowded buses or overpriced tickets!

 
 

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Student By-election 2018

Thu 11 Oct 2018

 
Black History Month 2018

Wed 03 Oct 2018

Our International Committee will be hosting a series of events throughout October, featuring guest speakers, presentations, music sessions and student testimonies.

 
Bike Hire Scheme Relaunch

Wed 19 Sep 2018

The RGU Go Green easy bike hire scheme will get you to campus in time without the hassle of overcrowded buses or overpriced tickets!

 
 

What's On

Mon 22nd October

Black History Month - Guest Presentations & Talks
22nd October 1pm - 4pm
Amphitheatre, Sir Ian Wood Building

Tue 23rd October

Volunteer Drive
23rd October noon - 1pm
Union Way

Thu 25th October

Quidditch Training
25th October 6pm - 7pm
Robert Gordon University Library

Mon 29th October

Black History Month - Guest Presentations & Talks
29th October 1pm - 4pm
Amphitheatre, Sir Ian Wood Building

Tue 30th October

Halloween Party
30th October 7pm - 10pm
The Wee Pub Aberdeen

Thu 1st November

Quidditch Training
1st November 6pm - 7pm
Robert Gordon University Library

Thu 8th November

Quidditch Training
8th November 6pm - 7pm
Robert Gordon University Library

Thu 15th November

Quidditch Training
15th November 6pm - 7pm
Robert Gordon University Library




Student Media

'Anthem of the Peaceful Army' Greta van Fleet | Album Review

Mon 22 Oct 2018

Greta van Fleet - a Michigan based Blues Rock band - exploded on to the charts with their hit single ‘Highway Tune’ in March last year. It’s no surprise then that their debut album ‘Anthem of the Peaceful Army’ was highly anticipated.

 
Jamal Khashoggi: What implications does his disappearance have for Saudi relations?

Fri 19 Oct 2018

On the 2nd of October Jamal Khashoggi entered the consulate of his native Saudi Arabia in Istanbul. He went into the consulate in order to pick up papers in anticipation of his marriage to his Turkish fiancée. He was not seen again.

 
This Week in the News| 19/10/18

Fri 19 Oct 2018

This week in the news: 17 people have died after "unidentified explosive device" was detonated in Crimea, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expecting their first baby and freezing temperatures expected to hit the UK over the weekend.

 
Date Ideas

Thu 18 Oct 2018

Darker evenings and dropping temperatures don’t seem very appealing for date night. However, there are still things you can do in the city all year round on a student budget. Here are 10 cute date ideas you could try this weekend.

 
BREAKING: Mad cow disease found in Aberdeenshire farm

Thu 18 Oct 2018

A case of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) has been identified on an unnamed farm in Aberdeenshire.

 
Bad Times at the El Royale Review

Thu 18 Oct 2018

How do you describe 'Bad Times at the El Royale'? It’s anyone’s guess, the trailer gives next to no clues about the real film plot, but one thing is certain it is fantastically creepy.

 
Pandemics that took over the world

Wed 17 Oct 2018

The earth is a mighty planet, surviving terrorist attacks, natural disasters and world wars – but what happens when a nationwide or even worldwide disease spreads?

 
Midweek Food Inspo | 17/10/18

Wed 17 Oct 2018

Stuck on meal ideas for the rest of the week? Here is Radar's list of recipes for some midweek food inspiration to keep you going.

 
Student Morning Routines

Tue 16 Oct 2018

Finding it difficult to get up for those 9 am lectures already? Radar has put together a morning routine to help you arrive at uni raring to go!

 
Period Poverty: A Hidden Epidemic

Tue 16 Oct 2018

Are the stories of women and girls using socks, rags, and newspapers to cover up their periods really, considered history?

 
 
 

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