Meet the new Student Exec for 2018/19
The new LUU Student Exec has been voted in. Find out who they are and what they stand for.
Top l-r: Lauren Huxley, Serene Esuruoso and Matt Port.
Bottom l-r: Tom Oladipo, Tamsin Scott and Robbie Cairns.
7,600 students voted in this year's Leadership Race and the results were announced on 2 March 2018.
Equality & Diversity Officer - Tamsin Scott
Tamsin pledged to:
- Increase links with sexual health clinics
- Raise awareness of LGBTQ+ issues
- Raise discussions of sex and gender with the University.
Activities Officer - Lauren Huxley
Lauren pledged to:
- Make sure students know their reps
- Create platforms for societies to work with the community
- Reward voluntary Union staff.
Welfare Officer - Matt Port
Matt pledged to:
- Encourage safer student drug use
- Improve mental health support
- Tackle stigma around periods.
Community Officer - Tom Oladipo
Tom pledged to:
- Simplify plastic recycling
- More practical cooking classes and workshops
- Introduce a food, accessories and clothes exchange program.
Education Officer - Serene Esuruoso
Serene pledged to:
- Improve timetabling and module choices
- Improve exam resources to include minimum past papers
- Integrate joint honours students into both their schools.
Gryphon Editor - Robbie Cairns
Robbie pledged to:
- Engage more with societies
- Give the paper a design face-lift
- Provide more investigative journalism.
Union Affairs Officer - Chris Morris
Chris pledged to:
- Provide better mental health services
- Ensure new spaces are used in the best way
- Deliver better value for money.
* This article has been updated following an appeal, which originally saw the result of the Union Affairs category postponed. A randomly selected student panel, in accordance with LUU's bye-laws, was formed and presented with all the information. The panel chose to uphold the Returning Officers decision by 10 votes to three.Posted in: University newsStudent education