We recognise that the ‘Brexit’ referendum has caused significant
uncertainty and anxiety for a number of our students (as well as Fellows and staff). In light of this, we are holding a discussion event next week – please see the attached flyer and description from Dr Lydia Drumright.
BUILDING COMMUNITY IN UNCERTAIN TIMES:
Sharing our Feelings and Experiences Following the EU Referendum in the UK
PFEIFFER ROOM, THURSDAY 4TH AUGUST 6:30PM
Whilst the EU Referendum in the UK started as a politic issue, the
emotional, mental and social effects and the duration of these effects in the uncertainty that has followed were unpredicted, and are still being experienced by many today. Hughes Hall is a community rich with diversity, and powerful with its ability to support its members and create unity. Regardless of our political opinions, birthplaces, or personal experiences, now is a time that we can support one another in our unique human experiences. We invite anyone who would like to talk about their personal feelings or experiences, or those who just want to understand what others might experience, to an informal gathering at Hughes Hall on Thursday 4th August, 6:30pm in the Pfeiffer room.
For more information, please contact:
Dr Lydia Drumright (Fellow, Hughes Hall) lnd23
Peta Blundell (MCR President, Hughes Hall) pb616
Brexit – Ideas, Concerns and Expectations