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Despite the dwindling Summer break, the Student Council has remained relatively active. For example, work has been underway since the beginning of the term with several Student Council members on a Wellbeing Position Paper, which has now been finalized and will be presented to the Student Council for a vote on Friday. At the last Student Council meeting, following the recommendation of Ref Eco, the Stuve joined a Climate Awakening Commitment to do its part for sustainability. In this commitment, we commit ourselves, for example, to advocate for more sustainable practices in the university.

In the near future, the Speakers Council will meet with the university management to discuss current problem areas and with the president to talk about the things that are currently on our minds over lunch. Furthermore, the Sprat is busy planning the Dies Academicus, where Lara Ebbinghaus and Büsra Basol will give a speech for the student council this year.

The Ref Queer was again active at the CSD Nuremberg – of course with a lot of stickers and posters. The next stop is the CSD Erlangen on October 1st.

Free VAG_Rad minutes for Nurembergs students with the Zusatzkarte

The VAG Semesterticket + Zusatzkarte for the winter semester 2022/2023 are officially available for purchase! If you reside in Nuremberg (first and/or second residence), you are eligible for 100 free VAG_Bike minutes per month (credited for use with the purchase of a Semesterticket Zusatzkarte in the app NürnbergMOBIL. The offer was well received last semester and we are happy to announce that it has been extended.
Further info here.

Zoom chat: Studying with a disability

Studying can present a wide range of challenges for people with physical and mental disabilities. In a relaxed atmosphere, the Zoom chat on 23 September at 4 p.m. will provide a digital space for networking and exchanging tips and tricks about studying with disabilities. The chat takes place regularly on every 2nd Friday.  The link to the Zoom chat is available on the website of the Office for Gender and Diversity.

Let’s save 200€ with a 365€ VGN ticket

The working group “Semesterticket Erlangen/Nuremberg” is looking for new members. With the lofty goal of reducing the cost of public transport to 365€ (200€ less than presently), a visit is well worth your while to find out whether we would be a good fit for you! In 2020 a similar ticket was introduced for secondary school students – We want in! We currently find ourselves in a politically favourable time in terms of state support. Get involved in social media and PR, communication, design and much more!

Join us (2-5h a week):

Next Generation of Speaker’s Council Members!

The Speaker’s Council is ready to accept new members! Those interested in the role would begin their time in office as of February/March. The role is an incredibly multifaceted one and though time-consuming, incredibly rewarding. One is presented with the chance to create real change at our university, act as the bridge between faculties and between students and staff and make use of priceless networking opportunities. We catch-up Mondays 20-23pm! Should you be interested; we cordially invite you to our next meeting (online) on the 17th of January (ZOOM link here [1]).

We welcome you with open arms.