October 17, 2004

The Graduate – IT'S A PUB!

I sometimes don't understand the union's way of organising events.

Now the union hosts many good events, and if a particular event is not suited to you, then you can usually go to the graduate to avoid that event.

Here is where my music style knowlede gets blurred.

To me, lots of the music that is played at "soul nation" is very similar to RnB. As they are so similar, then why does the graduate host an RnB night at the same time as "soul nation" is going on in the rest of the union?

I wanted to go out for a drink with people, and none of us wanted to listen to either event while we had this drink. I find it unfair that different parts of the union were hosting similar nights of entertainment when, with the graduate entrance through union north open, the graduate can host a much more varying night to the rest of the union. OR, even no event at all.

I enjoy the graduate's pub atmosphere, and think it is spoiled by hosting events in there.

the Graduate is a pub, leave it as such.

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  1. I agree. I do think the graduate should be a place where people can go to drink with their mates. I think most nights it should just be quiet – just with a little background music maybe like, well, a pub!

    17 Oct 2004, 13:49

  2. Good Call. The graduates looking pretty sexy this year, keeping it simple is definately the way forward.

    17 Oct 2004, 14:47

  3. I concur. The graduate is the only place you can really meet up with people where it is quiet enough to actually chat. Now they've gone and put loud music in there most nights. I'll ask one of the Sabbs at General Meeting on tuesday and see what the Union says about it.

    17 Oct 2004, 15:13

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