Student Achievement Awards Ball

Rated 5/5 (1 person). Log in to rate.

The Student Achievement Awards Ball took place on Saturday 22nd with students and societies being recognised for all their hard work over the past year.

 

Students won certificates for their volunteering hours, showing how much commitment they had given to the society or group they were involved in. A range of other awards from partnership awards to the coveted Full Scarlet awards were given to the most outstanding students. It was also a night to appreciate the union staff, including President of Education and Welfare, Kerry Harrison and President of Communication and Democracy, Edward Pollock. All those involved in the running of RGU Union were thanked for all their tireless work.

 

Societies and student groups were also recognised for their contribution to student life at RGU. Nightline and Dumbledore’s Army were big winners, while RGU TV won the award for Best Media.

 

Following the awards ceremony, there was a ceilidh and the opportunity for attendees to use the photo booth. It was a night that was enjoyed by all.

 

Radar magazine was delighted to have been presented the award for the Most Improved Society. The committee, writers and designers would like to thank everyone who has continued to support Radar, and we are continuing to work to represent students at RGU.

Comments

No comments have been made. Please log in to comment.
 

Latest News

Social Space Survey

We're looking for your thoughts and opinions on the social space options across campus

 
STAR Awards 2018/19 - Nominations are OPEN!

A chance for students to thank staff members who go above and beyond to support them, and for staff to receive recognition from their students

 
 

Top stories from Radar

This Week in the News| 02/12/18

Tesco are installing electric car chargers in their Extra and Superstore carparks, the Spanish capital are implementing an anti-pollution ban on very polluting vehicles, and, Instagram have introduced a new feature called 'Close Friends'.

 
Call of Cthulhu review

Plunge into the deep horrors of the cosmic world created by HP Lovecraft as madness and Old Gods lurk at every corner, the 'Call Of Cthulhu' game is inspired by the classic pen and paper RPH by Chaosium.

 
First Man Review: Standing between life and death, earth and moon.

It is almost impossible to think about Neil Amstrong without picturing him stepping onto the moon saying: “One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind”. Yet, 'First Man' shows Neil Armstrong as just Neil, as just a man.

 
Most crime ravaged area in Aberdeen revealed

Statistics from the last 5 years show the city centre has by far the most crimes reported under every category compared to other areas of Aberdeen such as Hanover, Woodside and Bucksburn.