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SUSU AGM – Ideas Session drop in Thursday 11am – 3pm

» 18 April 2012 » 3 Comments

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of your Students’ Union will be taking place on Wednesday 2nd May at 1pm in the union cinema. The AGM (Annual General Meeting) is the one time in the year when every student gets a vote on the big issues about how the Union is run and what is going […]

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Spit or Swallow?

» 24 October 2011 » No Comments

Last weekend Joe Mclo and I had the pleasure to be invited to attend and speak at the National Marrow AGM, held this year in Southampton. This was a certainly a weekend that left me wanting to spit, not swallow. Marrow is the student branch of Anthony Nolan, they are the UK’s most successful stem cell register. Essentially they have […]

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SUSU, Making it Your Union

» 27 September 2011 » No Comments

SUSU , it’s your Students’ Union. You along with every other student at the University of Southampton are automatically a member of the union. The choices that SUSU makes as your union can have a massive impact on your experience whilst at University. From the amount of support your society or club gets, to the […]

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SUSU Annual General Meeting: The Results

» 27 May 2011 » No Comments

Tuesday 17th May saw SUSU’s Annual General Meeting take place in the Union Cinema. Despite huge efforts from the Sabb team and a dedicated team of SUSU volunteers, we didn’t reach the 250 people required in attendence at the AGM to make the votes stand. This means, that the decisions made at the AGM will […]

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Run for Chair of Union Council

» 14 May 2011 » No Comments

SUSU elects a Chair of Council every year. Any Southampton student can stand for the position. This year the election will take place at the AGM on Tuesday 17 May at 5pm in the Union Cinema. What does the chair do? The Chair is responsible for chairing all Union Council meetings (3 times a term) […]

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