Category Archives: student politics

Oh.

Well that was shit. Anyway, I’m off! See you suckers never (except I pretty much 100% will be following next year’s election on Facebook/Twitter because I lead a sad life.) Also SORRY to you who I angered (not you Kerr, … Continue reading

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Enough is enough.

CONTENT WARNING: discussion of rape, racism, abuse and use of swear words. What I just said. You all know who I am. It’s Ellie fucking BW, you got me. One of the main reasons I wanted to make the big, … Continue reading

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The Vice President Of Academic Affairs Candidates

Getting down to the nitty gritty of the academic side of university life, this position is usually the least popular out of the four sabbatical positions. This year, we have four candidates running which is exciting (hack hack hack). Can … Continue reading

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The Presidential Candidates.

Finally. I can vent. Who’s running for the big boss dawg? Who will oversee the workings of the vice-president minions and keep them in line while not doing that much themselves? This year’s race is less diverse than last year’s, … Continue reading

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Once More Unto The Breach

Oh fuck it’s that time again – the most magical time of year, where the hackdom of EUSA gather together to talk too much about fonts, concoct wild conspiracy theories over poster vandalism, and do some representative democracy on the side. … Continue reading

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EUSA elections – a survivor’s guide

With only a week or so to go until voting starts, the runaway boulder of campaigning is bearing down upon the Indiana Jones of unsuspecting first years with unrelenting haste. Having seen literally some student elections in our time, we’re … Continue reading

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