Officer Trustees 2016/17

Blogs

National Coming Out Day: thoughts from the LGBT+ Officer

Monday 12 October 2015 Deputy President (Welfare)

Yesterday was National Coming Out day. To mark the occaision LGBT+ Officer Emma Little has taken over the DPW blog and would like to share her thoughts on coming out:

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Housing Horrors

Friday 9 October 2015 Deputy President (Welfare)

Housing – basic right and the bane of all our lives. University is in part about learning to navigate the housing market.

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Hello My Fellow Ints

Friday 2 October 2015 Deputy President (Education)

Earlier on Wednesday, I had the chance to attend the 'Ask A Student' panel for our incoming international students.

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A win for subwardens!

Thursday 1 October 2015 Deputy President (Welfare)

Earlier in the summer I was approached by Campaigns Officer Andrew Tranter and Marissa Lewis, a predecessor of mine turned subwarden.

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Medics and Money

Thursday 24 September 2015 Deputy President (Welfare)

I spent most of my fifth year at medical school working on a project surrounding funding for the last few years of medical school. In a nutshell, over 90% of senior medics cannot afford their most...

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My first blog post as DPFS!

Thursday 10 September 2015 Deputy President (Finance & Services)

Bello all! It's my pleasure to be serving you for a second year.

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New Year, Big Change

Thursday 13 August 2015 Deputy President (Welfare)

A-level results are out today. Even after 5 years I still shudder a little at flashbacks to the sick feeling in my stomach that lasted all morning.

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The 111th President

Monday 10 August 2015 President

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These Boots Are Made For Stepping Into

Monday 10 August 2015 Deputy President (Clubs & Societies)

Four months after being elected as your DPCS, I'm sitting in Beit wondering what the next year holds.

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First Day

Monday 10 August 2015 Deputy President (Education)

When this post is made live on the Union website, I would be on my way to residential training with my fellow Officer Trustees.

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