Your SU Presidents are here to support your needs and the student voice throughout the next academic year, catch them throughout Welcome Week and say hello!
Cara Chittenden, SU President Exeter, sat down with Fatuma Mohamud, student trustee for Falmouth and Exeter Students’ Union, undergraduate student studying Politics and International Relations here at the Penryn Campus and collaborator of the Penryn Politics Decolonising the Curriculum Review, to talk about Decolonising the Curriculum. The talk covered current opportunities and how to get involved, what decolonising the curriculum actually means, what it entails and why it is important.
Due to the new Lockdown, you told the Falmouth & Exeter Students’ Union that you were concerned about paying rent – either because you’re not currently using the room, paying rent in two separate places or the financial burden was massively affecting your wellbeing and ability to produce high quality work.
Your voice made a huge impact. Thanks to your growing momentum by speaking to the Presidents, Part-Time-Officers and by signing the Make A Change tab, both Universities have listened.
If you think you have been spiked, we advise you to report it immediately so that you can be tested. Here is some official advice from Devon & Cornwall Police.