Events in November

28 November

  • Students' Union student leader masterclass, 2-3pm, Students' Union Training Room (Level -1)
    This is a new 1 hour session aiming to support students in communication and chairing effectively in meetings, and resolve conflict constructively. Places must be booked beforehand.
  • Let's Do Leicester short tennis, 6.30-7.30pm, Digby Hall
    Join in fun indoor tennis session with friends, colleagues or peers.
  • Let's Do Leicester yoga, 7-8pm, Nixon Court Common Room
    The practice of yoga helps to co-ordinate the breath, mind and body to encourage balance, both internally and externally and promote feelings of relaxation and ease.

29 November

  • Students' Union event planning training, 2-3pm, Students' Union Training Room (Level -1)
    A variety of advice is given on planning, promoting and running student group events. There will also be the opportunity to network with committee members from different groups to discuss and develop ideas for making events more successful. Places must be booked beforehand.

  • Let's Do Leicester wheelchair basketball, 6.15-7.45pm, Regent College Sports Hall
    Been inspired by the 2016 Rio Olympics and Paralympics? Why not give wheelchair basketball a go, for as little as £2 per session
  • He for She event, all day, University of Leicester main campus
    Between 11am and 2pm there will be a stall outside the Library where you can submit your idea for change in a suggestion box and make a HeForShe commitment by leaving your painted hand print with a message on our huge collage. The Ideathon itself, between 4pm and 6pm, which will be a facilitated discussion in the Council Suite. Capacity is limited for this so please request a place via the Ideathon webpage.

30 November

  • Holocaust public lecture, 5.30-6.30pm, venue TBC
    The Stanley Burton Centre and Centre for American Studies host a joint public lecture from Dr Jacob Eder (University of Jena) on "From Burden to Special Responsibility: Germany, America, and the Universalization of the Holocaust".
  • Blossoms, from 6pm, O2 Academy
    Supporting their self-titled debut album, Blossoms embark on their most ambitious UK tour yet. Recorded at Liverpool’s Parr Street Studios, Blossoms is produced by the band’s sonic mentor, The Coral’s James Skelly, and Rich Turvey.
  • Decide which Christmas countdown events to get involved with
    The Students' Union are hosting a Christmas Countdown campaign, between 1 and 9 December, full of activities and events with the sole intention of bringing some festive joy to you on campus. What will you do?

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