Interview with Kai Rough from the Feel Good Society

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RADAR spoke to president and founder, Kai Rough, who told us all about the society’s next events and how to be part of it. 

He said: “We are creating a community of students that it’s open to everybody. 

The Feel Good Society (FGS) has a weekly meeting on Wednesdays at 1pm at the Union Terrace (underneath the stairs of the sports centre). During these meetings, members discuss any subject that interests them, watch TEDtalks or YouTube video or simply chat.  Anyone is free to join and be part of these meetings.  

The FGS is based around tree principles: 

  1. Host social events where everybody can have fun (alcohol free events). 

  1. Putting good karma back into the world by offering volunteering opportunities. 

  1. Awakening students by getting them to start thinking, asking, and, discussing. 

Us millenialls are freaking out and obsessed with standing out. What's so great about volunteering with us is that every volunteering opportunity we promote is pre-approved by the union.  means that the union goes through a critical process in which they ensure that the volunteering opportunity you are going through are suitable for you as a student. 

“We just try to do things that make us feel good.” 

If you want to feel good, now you know who to talk to!

You can find out more about the society on their Facebook page.

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