The Electrical Engineering Society as spent the term providing a wide variety of events for their members. From Industrial Talks to socials, a new social media boost and the Winter Ball - there's plenty to talk about!
Last semester was certainly an improvement on the previous academic year as restrictions allowed for in-person events to take place. And there's plenty more to come as their Secretary Isaac tells us.
Engineering Eagles is one of the University's largest Campus League clubs. After an incredible recruitment in September they decided to introduce a third team thanks to the high demand. So far, it's been a huge success!
Post-pandemic, EconSoc committee recognise they have a huge challenge ahead. But never fear, they had the tenacity to overcome that challenge! Thanks to their enthusiasm, they've had their biggest ever recruitment drive!
AeroSoc has finally had an eventful term following the lockdown last year! And we began the semester by finishing what we started 2 years ago, our drones. President and Co-President Alex and Lamyea tell us more.
With the return to normalcy, WISE have been nothing short of busy! They've held several socials, training workshops and been able to bring their award-winning outreach scheme back into schools. Alisha Dordi tells us more
After recruiting a new committee alongside new members at the start of the year, BEaMS are booming! They've held their first events and been involved in speaker series and focus groups. Omar Lamrani tells us more.
With the return of students to campus CivSoc has grown from strength to strength over the past semester, benefitting both old and new members alike. Society President Gianluca Abbate tells us what they've been busy doing
After a year of social isolation, boredom and an empty school building, the Materials Society are back with avengance! They've held socials, quizzes, meals and careers events to great success. Alex Dhesi tells us more.
AstroSoc is the society for anything and everything to do with the astronomy, the night sky and observing. Chair Anwesha tells us why it's so good to be back!
This year, the Women in Tech society has truly flourished, running a variety of virtual events throughout both semesters. The committee reflect on their year and share exciting results from the EPS Societies' Awards!
What a brilliant first year for the Virtual Reality Society, including the creation of a virtual Old Joe and other VR workshops! The outgoing UBVR President Ramsha reflects on the year and looks toward the future.