🏊 Activities To Do As a Student At The University of Plymouth 🏊

🏊 Activities To Do As a Student At The University of Plymouth 🏊

Now that Freshers Week is over and actual university has begun, everyone has well and truly moved into their halls or flats. Now what can you do?

Well, with the large number of Sports Clubs and Societies on campus, there are plenty of non-drinking ways to have fun, or partial drinking ways, whichever you choose. These clubs normally meet weekly and are a must for the start of term, even if you just join your subject’s society. i.e CHEMsoc. This gives you an avenue to meet people from different years of your course and get to know what you should expect next year.

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🏹 Competing for University – This Year's Archery Round-Up 🏹

🏹 Competing for University – This Year's Archery Round-Up 🏹

During my spare time, I compete as a member of the University of Plymouth Archery Club. Unlike most sports clubs at Plymouth University, we don’t compete in varsity, (as Marjon don’t have an archery club) and we don’t have an off season.

The first archery season starts in September and finishes at the end of March, and the second archery season starts in April and ends in September. This means we compete in 2 BUCS (British University and Colleges Sport)Championship events and 4 SWWU (South Wales and West University) competitions, double the amount other clubs.

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🏹 The Sporting Excellence of Archery

🏹 The Sporting Excellence of Archery

I thought I would write this blog post because Plymouth University Archers are not usually the most competitive archery club, and we don’t usually go anywhere with the expectation to win. This year, however, we have already won eleven medals in the past two months, more than Plymouth University had won in the previous two years.

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