Posted on 4 May 2021
A big well done to all who proved #RosesAreWhite at the weekend! There is still time to contribute to the fundraising efforts to support York Mind.
If you are making use of spaces on campus such as the Spring Lane Building or the Library you should be wearing a face mask unless you are exempt. Please remember: hands, face, space and fresh air.
Developing good study habits will ensure you perform to the best of your ability. Backed up by research, see our top tips for study and exam success - some of them may surprise you. #UoYWellbeing
This week, the Represent York Symposium holds an open, honest discussion with University staff and students about race. Keynote speaker, Prof Kiran Trehan, will address ‘Race, racism and anti-racism at the University and Higher Education’. There will also be discussions around decolonising the sciences and humanities, and the mental health of people of colour on campus. Find out more about Represent York.
Could you recognise a scam? Do you struggle with money? Starting on Wednesday 5 May, we've partnered with HSBC to bring you workshops to help with managing your money. Find out how to avoid unexpected bills and learn how to protect yourself, your online identity and your money. See our ‘Managing your money’ workshops.
York's rivers can be deadly. As restrictions ease and the weather improves, think about how to look after yourself and others near the water. Read our top tips for river safety.
Student Switch Off is an international campaign aimed at making the places we live more sustainable. The Student Switch Off Week of Action on 10-14 May includes competitions and activities and will examine how you can reduce your exposure to energy poverty and how you can take sustainability values into your career. Get involved with the Student Switch Off Week of Action.
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