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LRC's 5 Book Challenge - ends today!

The LRC's Five Book Challenge ends today! Make sure you come up to the LRC to hand in your diary, or diaries, by 4.30 pm to be entered!

 

Sociology trip - Old Bailey

On Wednesday, 29th April, 2015, there will be a Sociology trip to the Old Bailey (Central Criminal Court). This is particularly useful for those studying Methods in Context and Research Methods.

Sign up in room 211 - there are only 20 places available on a first come, first served basis.

Please see Mrs Samadi for more details.

Easter opening times in the LRC

The LRC will be open for revision during the last 3 days of the Easter holidays, 8th-10th April (Wednesday, Thursday and Friday), from 10.00 am until 4.00 pm.

Whether you make it in or not, we hope you have a wonderful Easter and a restful break!

FollowMe Printing

If you've tried to print something in the LRC recently, you may have noticed that a new system is in place. Instead of choosing a specific printer, you can now send your print jobs to the FollowMe cloud - your job won't print (or take your print credits!) until you release it with your ID card. There are full instructions available in the LRC or you can ask any LRC staff member for help. Print jobs will be held for 24 hours, so you can even send your job in the morning and print it off at the end of the day!

Things to note: you can release your print jobs at either of the two LRC printers but only Printer 2 will print in colour. After you select 'print', a confirmation box will pop up confirming how many print credits you'll be using - you need to click 'OK' before you can release your job. If you require any assistance, ask a member of the LRC staff or an IT technician.

English Literature Easter revision classes

 
If you are a first year English Lit student or a second year student retaking the F661 exam, you can sign up for one of two revision sessions to be held on Wednesday, 8th April. Each session is two hours long and you can choose between morning and afternoon (both sessions will be identical). See here for more details.

Spaces are limited and you must sign up with Ms Melville before Friday, 27th March.

LRC Food and Drink policy

Food and drink (other than bottled water) are not allowed in the LRC or LRC2 and you must leave any cold food and drink that you have with you at the front counter upon entering either of these spaces. Hot food is not permitted in the LRC at all. We understand that you need sustenance and are happy to hold your place for up to ten minutes while you step outside for a break but any student who is caught with food or drink at their PC or study desk will receive an incident report and be asked to leave for the rest of the day. Students who receive multiple incident reports face longer-term bans.

 Special attention is drawn to the Group Study Room, which has been left a mess of sweet wrappers, crisps, crumbs and fizzy drink spills on several occasions recently. Not only is this against the LRC’s Code of Conduct but it creates an unpleasant working environment for other students. Please work with the LRC staff to help us continue to provide the best possible environment for study.

New SFX student poetry anthology

 
The Spring 2015 SFX Poetry and Creative Writing Anthology is available to view or borrow NOW in the LRC!
 
It is also available electronically via the Creative Writing and Poetry Corner on Moodle. Or you can get a printed copy to keep from Ms Melville in Room 143 or 128 while stocks last.
 
To be in the Summer term magazine, email your short story, poetry, spoken word piece or lyrics to a.melville@sfx.ac.uk before the Summer half-term. Get published, get read!

Bite the Ballot

Investors in Diversity : Working Towards (logo)

From March 9th to 23rd, SFX will join the national campaign Bite the Ballot. This campaign aims to encourage young people to register their right to vote and to get involved in the forthcoming General Election. To find out more, watch the short film Take Power - Register to Vote
 



Registering is easy and only takes a couple of minutes. The closing date to register to vote is Monday, 20th April. But don't delay - register today. You can register by clicking here.

SFX Equality & Diversity

 
For more specific points of contact, please refer to the table below:
 
 
 
The SFX Equality & Diversity poster can be viewed here.

LRC2 now open

The LRC2 is now open 5 days a week 8.30 am - 4.00 pm Mondays and Tuesdays, and 9.00 am - 4.00 pm Wednesday - Friday, in the old Common Room. All students are welcome to come and use this new study space, which includes laptops and study desks. You can also bring your own device and connect to the college wi-fi.

 IT support is now based in LRC2 - come in to see technicians Adele (Monday-Tuesday) and Atif (Wednesday-Friday).

We welcome your feedback as we roll out this exciting new resource.

Sociology workshop

 
Need help with Sociology? Come along to our weekly Sociology workshop, where an ex-SFX Sociology A-grade student will be on hand to provide support with Sociology knowledge, essay-writing skills and study skills.
 
Where: room 218
 
When: every Wednesday from 1.00 pm to 5.30 pm.

The Chaplaincy

Check out the Chaplaincy site on Moodle by clicking here!
Sacred Space …”We invite you to make a ‘Sacred Space’ in your day and spend a few minutes, praying here and now, as you sit at your computer, with the help of on-screen guidance and scripture chosen specially every day”. Click here for today's prayer.

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