Exam De-Stress Spring 2018
The successful campaign run by Look After Yourself at Glasgow University – a cross campus student body initiative – returns
Exam De-Stress is the University of Glasgow’s student-led campaign, brought to you by all four student bodies on campus. We’re here to support you throughout the exam period with a range drop-in events aimed at reducing stress from Monday 23rd April until Friday 18th May.
Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday we will be giving out the ever-popular FREE de-stress packs on Level 3 of the library between 12 and 2pm. We will only be giving out a set amount every day so get there early to avoid disappointment!
Every day we also have access to the Library’s new Doodle wall! Feel free to pop along and leave hints, tips and positive comments for your fellow students to help them with preparing for exams.
We also have some events planned but for more information, see our cross-campus Facebook page: Look After Yourself at Glasgow University.
Below is a summary of SRC run events:
|Date||Event||Description||Location and Time|
|Tues 24th||SRC film screening –
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
|Watch this feel good classic as a study break in the Gilchrist Seminar Room. Open to all UofG students||Gilchrist Seminar Room, Main Building, 12-2pm|
|Mon 30th||Paws Against Stress
|The dogs return!
Take some time off to pet some lovely dogs and raise money for Canine Concern Scotland.
Places go fast!
|Williams Room, McIntyre Building, 12-2pm|
|Thursday 3rd||SRC TEA-Stress||Help yourself to various teas and relax in the Williams Room||Williams Room, McIntyre Building, 12-2pm|
|Tues 8th||SRC documentary screening – David Attenborough’s Natural World||Watch this fantastic documentary and let Attenborough’s voice be the perfect study break! Open to all UofG students||Williams Room, McIntyre Building, 12-2pm|
|Fri 11th||SRC and Disabled Students’ Network Film Screening: Unrest||Watch this moving film about the struggles of living with chronic fatigue which was shown at the Sundance Festival and aims to raise awareness and funds for those who live with this illness||Williams Room, McIntyre Building, 4-6pm|