- published: 31 Aug 2014
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http://www.ubes.org Check out just some of the things you can get up to with the University of Bristol Expeditions Society! We are a friendly student run society, offering a range of outdoor, social and adventurous activities! No experience required! To find out more, visit our website http://www.ubes.org or find us on facebook http://www.fb.com/bristolexpeditions
Hi everyone! November has quickly rolled around, which means a lot of uni students will be looking for houses for their second/third year etc. Lucy is a member of University Cribs, which is a company dedicated to helping you find affordable and reliable accommodation. Check them out! https://universitycribs.co.uk/ PACIFIC SUN by Nicolai Heidlas Music https://soundcloud.com/nicolai-heidlas Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/kbqmEJTr3nU
While showing our Fuchsia's at the BFS S/Western National show nr Bristol we visited the Bristol M.E Society.We had a great afternoon riding the tracks,talking to the members who made us very welcome.Thanks guys.
The annual face-off between two of the biggest law societies in the UK. This year the BLS wins 4 - 1 against the UBLC. *Kindly sponsored by Burges Salmon* SCORES: Mooting: BLS 0-1 UBLC Debating: BLS 2-1 UBLC Netball: BLS 42-17 UBLC Touch Rugby: BLS 3-2 UBLC Football: BLS 1-0 UBLC
*Correction: The Facebook and Wordpress logos in the video should be switched around. Interview with FemSoc representative Francesca Collins. Please Like/Share/Comment Below the video and Subscribe to our channel for more content. Contact info/channel links below: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: https://twitter.com/NOTA_Network Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/notanetwork WordPress: https://notanetwork2015.wordpress.com/ Discussion with an officer from the University of Bristol Feminist Society (FemSoc) on 4/11/15 about whether it would be right to "no platform" Milo Yiannopoulos from a talk on 20/11/15 at the University of Bristol. Bristol FemSoc want to "no platform" him because they believe his views violate the university's "safe space" policy. This conversation had ...
A collage of some of the things the society has taken part in and achieved this year :)
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"Have we reached an age of gender equality?" Watch the full debate here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uyQWY5Wdec0 Thanks to University of Bristol Journalism Society for having us. https://twitter.com/Nero https://www.facebook.com/myiannopoulos/ http://www.breitbart.com/author/milo-yiannopoulos/ http://yiannopoulos.net/tour/
The University of Bristol's Magic Society (http://www.bristolmagic.wordpress.com) head down to Illusions Magic Bar for the first ever Performance Night, to try out their skills at Illusions Magic Bar. Congratulations to everyone who participated - it was a great night!
Over the easter holiday Bristol University Kitesurfing Society took 36 people for 11 days of kiting in Sunny Sardinia. This is the video that shows what we got up to... There is also a whole album of photos on our facebook page here - http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.689896331058631.1073741830.186912614690341&type=1 You can check out the full trip write up here - http://www.jwgmedia.co.uk/videos/buks-sardinia-14 Edit by JWGMedia - http://www.jwgmedia.co.uk/ With thanks to: Nick Boughton Bertie Gregory Jai Whitehouse Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/BristolKitesurfing?ref=hl Web - http://bristolkitesurfing.co.uk/
Created by Kexin Chen, Karina Espinoza and Cindy Kang for their 'Passion and Life at University' project as part of their MA Film and Television degree programme at the University of Bristol. Many thanks to them for allowing us to publish their finished project on our YouTube Channel. Featuring Diane Lorgeré, Victoria Baylis-Jones, Rosalind Grindrod, Charli Sweet and Genevieve Silk.
This is the same talk that I gave in my inaugural lecture at Kingston, spiced by some exchanges with some of the Bristol University economics staff. I cover a realist alternative to the "Lucas Critique" argument that macro models must be developed from microfoundations, explain my model of Minsky, and show that it is empirically supported by the qualitative data of capitalism's two big booms and busts--1920-1940 and 1990 till today.