Founded in 2017, the Creative & Cultural Business Society brings together a diverse range of students from a wide range of courses.
Through various opportunities which allow our members to network, collaborate and socialise together; we create a true sense of community within the School of Creative and Cultural Business.
We aim to inspire unity, creative thinking and individuality.
Co-Presidents: Ribh O'Neill and Nora Bessenyei
Events Manager: Elodie Marie Arnold
Social Media Manager: Monica Diaz Fraga
Secretary: Martin O Alohan
Regular events include:
International Food Nights
University can, at times, be very stressful and time-consuming. As students, we often have multiple commitments, and 24 hours are just not enough. Solution? Improving your time management.
A decision by Councillors to allow another Trump golf course in Aberdeenshire has caused local outrage, with protestors arguing that it could endanger the natural habitat and prevent access to the beach.
This article looks at five ideal ways to decorate for Halloween on a student budget.
With the covid-19 lockdown restrictions, we have a lot more time on our hands. This makes for the perfect excuse to dabble in the arts and crafts and hand-make affordable, yet still spook-tecular, Halloween decorations.
This month the Union has been putting on a range of events to celebrate Black History Month. Although the events have had to be online, to comply with the covid-19 restrictions, there has still been a wide range of activities to appeal to everyone. These include NetflixParties, ‘Safe Space Discussions’ and fundraising quizzes.