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A celebration for peace - the Leamington Peace Festival

From the drum beats of Africa, the sweet sounds of salsa, the pumping rhythms of rock, the melodic strains of country and folk combined with acrobats, poets, dancers, art and craft workshops, the Leamington Peace Festival is where the boundaries of culture merge for peace.


Corporate Social Responsibility - 2004 Warwick-Acas Lowry Lecture

Ms Renate Hornung-Draus, European and International Affairs Director of the Confederation of German Employers - one of Europe’s most influential employer bodies – surveyed the changing role of employers’ organisations in delivering the 2004 Warwick-Acas Lowry lecture. The series was initiated two years ago by IRRU.

Wed 11 Aug 2004, 10:29 | Tags: Welfare, Business, Politics, Economics, University Affairs

Mumps: Information from Coventry Primary Health Care Trust

The Health Protection Agency Unit in Coventry and Warwickshire have observed a rise in cases of mumps. Seven cases have been confirmed. This is higher than has been seen in previous years.


Student Facilities in University House

After three weeks of constant activity University House, the old National Grid Building between main campus and Westwood, is almost fully occupied.


Feng Shui tips to enhance your work life.

Dreading the start of the new term? Feel your office/workspace needs a face-lift? Maybe you will be moving house and a bit wary about your new workspace.

Mon 09 Aug 2004, 11:36 | Tags: Welfare, Campus Life, Culture

Support for Spanish Students

Following yesterday’s tragic events in Madrid the University would like to remind all students, but particularly those with Spanish connections, of the help and support that is available on campus.

Fri 06 Aug 2004, 16:01 | Tags: Welfare, University Affairs, Campus Life, International

What Does the AUT's 'Action Short of a Strike' Mean for Warwick Students?

At the end of last month the trade union for lecturers, the Association of University Teachers (AUT), started industrial action at all universities where its members are employed. At the University of Warwick a two-day strike was held on 24 and 25 February.


What Does AUT's 'Action Short of a Strike' Mean for Warwick Students?

At the end of last month the trade union for lecturers (AUT) started industrial action against all universities where its members are employed. Here at Warwick a two-day strike was held on 24 and 25 February.

Mumps - Important Information

The University has been advised by the Consultant in Communicable Disease Control for the Health Protection Agency that there are still a number of confirmed and unconfirmed cases of mumps within the University community.

Fri 06 Aug 2004, 11:54 | Tags: Welfare, University Affairs, Campus Life, Medicine and Health

Could you be the Community Student of the Year?

The Evening Telegraph Pride of Coventry and Warwickshire Community Awards are now open for nominations.

Fri 06 Aug 2004, 11:29 | Tags: Welfare, Community, Undergraduate Students

The Big Challenge

Are you interested in finding out more about volunteering? Would you like to give volunteering a try just for one day?


Born to be Different - William Davis gets special treat!

Young William Davis, from the Channel 4 Documentary series Born To Be Different received a memorable treat last weekend as special guest at the Nationwide League Division One match at Highfield Road, Coventry.

Fri 06 Aug 2004, 10:31 | Tags: Welfare, University Services, University Affairs, Community

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