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
With lockdown having many people lose their minds at the thought of being stuck inside, I and others are taking advantage of all this free time. We are using this opportunity to sit down and play a few hours of the “world’s greatest role-playing game”, Dungeons and Dragons.
Covid-19 has had a major impact on the fashion industry. With many fashion retailers having to temporarily close their doors, resulting in staff either being furloughed by the government or losing their jobs. Whilst, some local fashion retailers and well-known fashion stores had to shut their doors permanently as they were not hitting the set income sales target for each of their individual retail stores.
John Lewis, the heart and soul of the Aberdeen community, is to close.
With exams arriving there is a rush to the finish line. However, in order to help you manage, during what can be an extremely stressful time, Radar has compiled a list of handy revision top tips.