October 04, 2005

UNION FEEDBACK: Give me your views

Writing about web page http://www.sunion.warwick.ac.uk/feedback

I'm going to be using this blog every couple of weeks to actively collect feedback about the Union and what we are doing.

We want to know positives and negatives about any aspect of what the Union does, so after the first week or so of term (or indeed the last week of September and start of October if you're a postgraduate who doesn't get the luxury of long holidays!) what have we done right and wrong?

Please don't post abuse, we are trying to help make things better here so constructive things only would be appreciated. Also feel free to draw my attention to previous posts, although I will be searching various Union related words to find stuff people have written previously.

Ok, go for it…..

- 4 comments by 1 or more people Not publicly viewable

  1. The Graduate – It's for graduates, it's in the name. So can all the 2nd year maths students bugger off at lunchtime and leave us postGRADUATES alone/some space to eat our lunch.

    Thank you for your time (Now bugger off).

    04 Oct 2005, 21:33

  2. No, it's not for graduates. Perhaps you'd be better off in Grumpy David's, sorry, I mean John's.

    04 Oct 2005, 21:36

  3. Get Top B sorted out – despite a promising beginning, Carter and Tarbs have unfortunately now lost the plot when it comes to the music – and I'm not the only one saying this, there are plenty of people who don't like it. What used to be most people's favourite night has most certainly taken a turn for the worse in terms of entertainment and quality.

    Get Crowd Safety to actually do something about the punch-ups that keep kicking off on the Top B dance floor, instead of just standing on the stage staring into space. Further details can be found in this entry; admittedly some of my language may be a bit strong but I was feeling a tad annoyed when I came back after Monday night.

    And in reply to David – "The Graduate. It's for graduates." Er, no it's not. That's like saying the Nag's Head is only for nags' heads. It's for any of us to use and enjoy. I'm a 3rd year maths student and I very much like the Graduate and if you have a problem with that, tough.

    04 Oct 2005, 22:24

  4. I agree completely about Top B. When it was newly-rebranded it was fundamentally the same music but with more variety and a bit more veering towards the popular rather than the cheese (Basically more of The Killers, less of the theme tunes) Last week, i didn't recognise a single song they played, in an hour of dancing! Although I am relaibly informed by a friend who recognised one song, that they had played some Offspring. I used to be able to sing along with every single track, now I'm lucky if I recognise the tune. Its very sad.

    Also, is there any reason why we can't dance on the stage anymore, I presume its a Health and safety deal, but surely if that space wasn't taken up by the djs (or at least not the whole stage for two people) then the marketplace would be less crowded therefore meaning less aggro and more happy dancing :)

    The graduate is excellent, don't change a thing there.

    10 Oct 2005, 03:04

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