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David Mendoza-Wolfson
"Hi, I'm David and I'm your Union President. I'm the lead representative for all students at the University of Southampton, Chair SUSU's trustee board and am the student representative at University Council. This year my focus will be on creating new opportunities for all students at the University, helping you learn new skills and giving you the opportunity to unlock the full potential of your ideas."

This is the End

30 June 2015 » No Comments

As a Union we have made huge moves to improve things for our members, focusing on enterprise, engagement and employability. The Sabb team, our staff, student leaders and volunteers have been amazing this year in assisting us in making these improvements. Some projects I’d like to particularly point out at this point are: the new […]

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More Microwaves

29 June 2015 » No Comments

It’s our last day tomorrow, but we have one last announcement to make.  It’s just a small one. During weekends on vacation periods Building 42, the main Union building, is closed. We have realised that closure means that any students on campus over this period, do not have the opportunity to heat up their food […]

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A Living Room on Campus – Our Summer Capital Spends

23 June 2015 » No Comments

We have some exciting news about our summer project schedule which we are intending to start next month. We have picked a variety of projects that will have the most impact on you are members which will all be ready for the start of Freshers in September. Firstly we are delighted to be able to […]

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Grad Ball Q&A

14 May 2015 » No Comments

Lately there have been a number of questions raised about the upcoming Graduation Ball. To give all students with questions about the Grad Ball the opportunity to ask them in an open session with me, I have booked out an area of The Bridge tomorrow at 3pm for an hour. If you’ve any questions or […]

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Grad Ball Update

14 May 2015 » No Comments

The Grad Ball is the biggest event on the SUSU calendar, and each year it’s a challenge to make each one bigger and better than the previous. This year has been no exception. We work closely with various talent agents and festival promoters to secure some of the biggest names on the circuit, as well […]

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The Union Needs to Change

27 April 2015 » 1 Comment

I believe that some of our democratic structures fail the general student body. Namely, I’m talking about Union Council. Our democratic structures should make real change to the lives of students, and our policies should be geared towards them as well as being written by them. Union Council, in its current structure, does not do […]

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Grad Ball Tickets Now on Sale

02 March 2015 » No Comments

If you signed up for the priority tickets for #SUSUGradBall then tickets are now on sale, you then have three days to buy them until they go for general release on Thursday! On top of that, we also revealed our first Grad Ball Act… none other than Katy B! Her latest album Little Red topped […]

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No More Profit from Periods

26 February 2015 » 3 Comments

Recently, a number of students have been discussing the fact that there is a 5% VAT charge on sanitary items. Frankly, this tax is a nonsense. These items are absolutely essential to those who menstruate, and so as well as encouraging you to sign the petition to stop this ‘period tax’, the Union will from the […]

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24 Hours to Nominate Yourself

11 February 2015 » No Comments

The Union is a £7.2 million organisation that represents students to the University, the Council and even Parliament. There are loads of ways for you to get involved with running the Union: Sabbatical leadership, Student Leaders and Trustees. Sabbaticals set the direction, and take a year out to get paid to run the Union. These […]

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What Have the Sabbs Done for You? 6 Months In – Union President

02 February 2015 » 4 Comments

It’s been an incredible year so far at SUSU, and it’s been a pleasure working with our hundreds of staff and volunteers, and of course my incredible sabbatical team (you can read what they’ve been up to so far here). I’ve been kept incredibly busy, here’s what I’ve been doing!   Community SUSU exists to […]

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