student union


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student union

n.
A building on a college campus with facilities for social and organizational activities.

stu′dent un′ion


n.
a building on a college campus set aside for recreational, social, and governmental activities of the students.
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Noun1.student union - a building on a college campus dedicated to social and organizational activities of the student body
building, edifice - a structure that has a roof and walls and stands more or less permanently in one place; "there was a three-story building on the corner"; "it was an imposing edifice"
campus - a field on which the buildings of a university are situated
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That group was contacted by the student union and told the speech had been canceled after "a number of flags"' were raised.
All of the research about improving student engagement is focused on traditional, on-campus students, and refers to strategies such as getting students involved with the student union, extracurricular activities and other activities," says Glynn Cavin, associate vice chancellor for distance learning and director of eTroy.
Brian Horton says: "The school that became the Polytechnic's student union was St Joseph's Roman Catholic Infant and Junior School.
The SCU decided to further postpone student union elections to next year.
He said all student union funds should have been directed to the union account rather than being pocketed by individuals.
We are once again the biggest student union building in the UK.
e fteen students, who are all members of the Business Career Academy programme, took part in two workshops which were then followed by a tour of the Student Union including the bars, study areas and restaurants.
Student union staff stated that their main concern is the health and welfare of students but this contradicts their obvious initial aim to send out students to the nearest nightclub armed with special offer flyers and all-inclusive cheap nights out on the booze from the first day they enter through the university doors.
The match was started on fast tempo and players of both Khyber Student Union team and Jamrud Union provided great thrill for the sitting spectators.
Whoever is able to control the national student union will be able to change the Students' Chart (setting the rules for the different rounds of student union elections, emphasizing the union's duties and the organization of students' activities) approved by the prime minister in January 2013 (not the president, as stipulated in the University Regulation Law).
Worcester State University's black student union reflected the change as early as the 1970s, when the organization switched its name to Third World Alliance in recognition of the range of students working together.
Plus, the student union, originally built in 1950 and expanded in the 1970s, is out of date and run down, officials say.

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