With Christmas fast approaching, we want your help to help put together a special festive message for all our students, staff, alumni and friends.
Between 1 and 13 December, we want you to share your Christmas photos and videos on social media using the hashtag #warwickxmas – we’ll then pull them together into one festive video greeting crowd-sourced from our campus community. Your videos and... View details ⇨
In anticipation of the "Who Are Ya?" Sports Speaker Series launching at the end of January - which aims to discuss identity and inequality within sport and society - critically acclaimed Edinburgh Fringe Show 'Odd Shaped Balls' will be at the Warwick Arts Centre tomorrow for one night ONLY to kick off the conversation around homophobia within sport.
"But Fillon now faces an uphill battle. He has won over his own party in the primary but must now convince the wider French electorate that he is the man to beat the Marine Le Pen in the presidential elections in April and May."
David Lees from our School of Modern Languages and Cultures writes for The Conversation UK about the challenge facing François Fillon, who will stand as the... View details ⇨
Don't forget, tomorrow is Housing Day in the Warwick SU atrium, from 10am-4pm. You'll be able to find out all you need to know about finding accommodation in the local area, as well as having the chance to win SU food outlet vouchers in the Housing Day photo competition!
Tomorrow at FargoVillage Coventry, one of our researchers is helping celebrate Coventry UK City of Culture bid 2021 by bringing together 17 local artists and academics for an exhibition that aims to bridge the art-science divide.
We're lighting up our Christmas tree at the Christmas Lights Switch On, today at 4pm on the Warwick Arts Centre plaza.
Accompanying the lights, we'll have festive-themed performances from some of our societies.
"Kindness is not weakness; concern for the well-being of others is not weakness. Kind people can still be analytical and focused; kind people are perfectly capable of exercising tight control; kind people can still take difficult decisions."
Read our latest Exec blog 'Kindness as a Strength' by our ProVost Christine Ennew [ Bit.ly Link ]
Ancient Greek thinker Archimedes is renowned for being an eccentric, but his ingenious inventions helped wage warfare on the Roman empire, says University of Warwick Department of Classics and Ancient History's Dr Michael Scott in BBC History Magazine. [ Bit.ly Link ]