Mathematics: Year One Wellbeing Representative

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I believe I will be a great wellbeing rep for first year mathematics students because I'm highly approachable, caring and sociable. I ran a youth club so I have experience of roles of responsibility and dealing with issues that affect young people. I have also been a member of school council and have driven changes in my school particularly in aiding student's mental health. I am very passionate for this... read more
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Problems sheets are lowkey killing me so this will be a weak manifesto but: Hello! My name is Christine if we haven’t met yet - basically I’m struggling and would like to be a rep to aid everyone else who’s struggling and change things so that future years struggle less. I personally am Not finding the introductory module to be a smooth and easy transition into university, but even if you’re not struggling at all... read more
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My name is Tiger. After a mathematician, I am a Violinist, Rubik’s cuber and a competitive NES Tetris player and I hope I will be your wellbeing representative. If I know I can make a lasting difference in your wellbeing, then I’d gladly spend the time listening to what you have to say. I hope to foster the community where each person can find their place in as part of a greater whole. I’ve, of course, already... read more
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As someone who is very familiar with burnout, I understand the importance of taking care of your mental wellbeing. Studying in a high-pressure environment like Imperial can push us to achieve our academic potential, but it is easy to lose sight of the greater picture. If you choose me as your Wellbeing Representative, I will endeavour to prioritise a holistic university experience alongside academic excellence. I... read more
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