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12
Jan

Nominations for Elections 2015 Open: May the Odds be Ever in Your Favour

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It’s almost upon us again: Elections season 2015 kicks off on Monday 12th January at midday, when the nominations will open online.

To kick off the nomination period, your Vice President Democracy and Creative Industries, Megan Downing will be taking over our Twitter from the moment they’re open for a live Q&A session, answering any queries from hopeful nominees as well as from anyone who wants to know more about the elections season ahead. You can nominate yourself and find out more at susu.org/stand.

You can follow the Q&A on our Twitter @YourSUSU, and … Read the rest

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21
Oct

Your Skills Your Success

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Your Skills sessions are free courses that are open to all students who want to develop themselves. There are a wide range of sessions from health and safety, to CV writing, to decision making! The development courses all occur during term time and can be booked in advanced through www.susu.org/yourskills

The Time Management Your Skill course that occurred on the 14th October was a fantastic success! As extra chairs were needed for the bigger than expected turnout, the atmosphere was buzzing and the conversation was flowing. The feedback of the course that was taken by our Vice President Democracy … Read the rest

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27
Sep

Student Magazine Wessex Scene to Launch Rebrand!

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Following the nationally awarded success of The Edge’s redesign and rebrand this time last year, the Wessex Scene are looking to head in the same direction.

New Head of Design, Sam Bailey, has lead the new design, which will be launched at a high-profile event later this term.

The Launch Party is open to all, and will be held in The Bridge on Tuesday 30th evening. There will be free champagne available for the first thirty guests, and the redesign will be unveiled by Tahlie Cooper, Editor, and Megan Downing, VP DCI. The dress code is black tie, so scrub … Read the rest

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10
Sep

If sabbatical officers were Game of Thrones characters  

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Here at SUSU we are led by seven student elected representatives known as sabbatical officers. To give you a better understanding of who they are and what they are all about we decided to tell you who they would be if they were Game of Throne characters.

(Plus if you’re anything like us and longing for season five this will hopefully help fill  the Westeros-sized hole your heart)
 

Daenerys TargaryenBeckie ThomasVP Welfare – beating the competition to reclaim her throne for a second term, and characterised by a fierce passion for the welfare and equal treatment … Read the rest

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01
Jul

First stop for the new Sabbs: Bolton!

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The coming week sees the new team of Sabbatical Officers take up their roles – but their first task will take them off campus, up to SU14 in Bolton.

 

SU14 is an annual conference run for all the Sabbatical Officers in the country, giving them a chance to network and form ideas, as well as tackle something as a team before they settle into their individual roles back in the Sabb Office in SUSU. The Conference will be held this year at the Bolton Wanderers Football Stadium, and will feature guest speakers from the NUS to impart wisdom upon … Read the rest

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30
Jun

Sabbatical Handover Week a Success!

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Last week at SUSU saw the end of an era, as the Sabbatical team from 2013/14 handed over to the incoming officers prior to the beginning of their year in office this Tuesday.

 

We spoke to the new Sabbatical team about the handover week, and about their outlook on the year in general. They were all in agreement that the handover week had been a fantastic experience, with Anjit Aulakh (incoming VP Communities) saying that it had been “probably [his] best week in Southampton yet… surreal and an absolute blast.”

Sophia D’angelico (incoming VP Education) added that it had … Read the rest

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