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03
Mar

Spring Elections Results: A higher voter turnout than 2016!

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The Spring Elections results are in!

Thank you to everyone who voted. We had an incredible turnout this year, with 5,963 of you turning out to vote, making up a total of 43,831 individual votes. That works out of 22% of the student population having their say.

Without further ado, here are the results…

Full-Time Officer positions

These are our Full-Time Officers for 2017/18:

Union President – Flora Noble with 2420 votes

Vice President Democracy and Creative Industries – Evie Reilly with 2022 votes

Vice President Welfare – Samantha Higman with 2056 votes

Vice President Engagement – Dan Varley with … Read the rest

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09
Nov

U.S. Election – Results are in!

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After months of bitter campaigning, yesterday the U.S. finally went to the polls to choose their 45th President. Last night, as polls closed and counting began, legions of students joined Wessex Scene and Surge at The Stag’s to eagerly await the results. After a nail-biting night, we can now announce that Donald Trump won with 278 against 218 electoral college votes!

A big thank you to Wessex Scene and Surge for their overnight coverage of the results, and to everyone who joined them for the occasion.

Don’t forget to let us know what you make of the results – … Read the rest

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03
Nov

U.S. Presidential Elections – Watch the results at The Stag’s

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Will Hillary clinch it or will America play their Trump card?

We’ve teamed up with Wessex Scene and Surge to show the U.S. Presidential Elections results at The Stag’s.

Find out the results with us on Tuesday 08 November from 20:00.

Join our official Facebook event.… Read the rest

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31
Oct

Autumn Elections 2016 – Results Are In

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Congratulations to everyone who was elected in our Autumn Elections 2016.

The elections were run to offer students the opportunity to run for positions in:

  • Student Leader, Zone Open Places, Postgrad Committee and Senate
  • Academic President and Vice President
  • Course Representatives

You can view the results in full on our website at www.unionsouthampton.org/elections/2016Read the rest

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18
Oct

All Student Vote – Results

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The results are in! 4,831 of you have voted in our all student vote (individual voters). As part of our new democratic structure, we’ve run a series of All Student Votes in order to gain your input on a variety of topics so have a look at the results displayed below.

Union campaigns

The “campaign for fair tuition fees” has been voted the most important campaign, followed by the “campaign for mental health and wellbeing”, “campaign for sexual consent awareness” and the “campaign for housing quality”. We are here to provide a fantastic experience to our members and this vote … Read the rest

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10
Aug

2016 NSS Results Announced

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In the recent National Student Survey 2016 results, Union Southampton dropped six points to an overall satisfaction rating of 66%. The sector average for satisfaction is 68%, so we are slightly below that. While we had some good news, specifically a massive increase of satisfaction at the Winchester School of Art campus, this overall satisfaction result is obviously disappointing.

We had a high percentage of respondents who responded that they neither agreed nor disagreed with the statement (20%) or felt the Union was not applicable to them (2%). This represents a large percentage of our members who are indifferent and … Read the rest

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03
Jun

Advice Centre: Hand-ins and exams didn’t go so well?

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We understand that you have tried your best with your work this year, but if you aren’t satisfied with the results you get on the day, we’re here to support you.

Come along to our Results Hub events at the Advice Centre, above The Stag’s in Building 40 on:

Friday 17 June 10:00 – 16:00.

Friday 24 June 10:00 – 16:00.
We can offer you information and support if you are considering appealing your exam results. Come and have a chat with us to:
• Receive a comprehensive guide on the grounds and process for appeal.
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18
Feb

Grad Ball update!

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If you filled out our Grad Ball survey, you’re probably wondering what we’re doing with your comments. We want to keep you in the loop every step of the way…so here’s a quick update!

Based on those of you who nominated yourselves, we have now formed a Grad Ball Committee to get you involved in the whole process and ensure that you get the uni send off you want!

The Committee are busy working away collating your survey results into ideas for the ball…so watch this space and keep your eye out for more details on our social media pages.… Read the rest

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06
Nov

WSA Academic Reps Elections: Results now in!

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Results are now in for the WSA Academic Reps Elections, with a record number of nominations having been received. More than double the amount of students put themselves forward for positions compared to last year’s elections, which is great news!

With no voting required, we would like to congratulate the following students who will be your Academic Reps for this year!

 

BA Fine Art, Year 2 – Georgia Zelly

BA Fine Art, Year 3 – Jessica Cox 

BA Graphic Design, Year 3

Samantha Burstow 

Ciaran Ramsay

BA Illustration, Year 2 – Elinor Grey

BA Illustration, Year 3 – Luke Read the rest

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