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A Halls Related Update…

» 16 November 2016 » No Comments

2 blogs in two weeks – madness, I know! We have so much to update you on when it comes to halls though, so I couldn’t wait! HALLS ELECTIONS We’re so happy to announce that voting is over for Halls Committee elections, and you can find the results here! Thank you so much to everyone […]

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Let’s celebrate Southampton Pride

» 26 August 2016 » No Comments

As a Union, we are proud to have such a diverse student population and we are here to welcome, celebrate and support you all. And what better way to do it, then at Sunday’s Southampton Pride, home to the city’s biggest LGBT+ party! We’ll have a Union presence at Pride, so keep an eye out […]

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Do Sabbs Actually Do Anything? – VP Winchester and Sites

» 17 January 2013 » 1 Comment

“It’s halfway through what has been an extremely exciting term in office for the Sabbaticals. To mark the new year, the Sabbatical team are writing mid-term reports to update you with what we’ve been up to and the sorts of things we’ve been dealing with, as well as the plans we have for the remaining […]

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Your Union (Winchester), Needs You!

» 07 January 2013 » 8 Comments

As a union, we believe in delivering the best services and opportunities to all students regardless of where they study, to (paraphrase the mission statement), improve the lives of every student and unlock their potential. And after much discussion on this subject, we will be re-opening the building in February. In the mean time, we will be […]

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Sites students, Everything is changing!

» 14 December 2012 » No Comments

  Lol. Just Kidding, but now I have your attention… In the last few months i have been tasked to undergo a sites review, which, when completed will be some form of document that tells us more about our Sites students, in regards to who they are, what they do, what they already have from SUSU, […]

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Fees, the market, and the future of HE

» 03 October 2012 » 3 Comments

Two years ago after demonstrations, campaigns, and debate the government made the decision to increase the cost of University tuition in England to £9000. This week we see the first students to come into HE at this new fee, and in the time between the landscape of higher education has radically changed. What has happened: […]

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Revitalize, review and deliver

» 16 August 2012 » 6 Comments

Hello fellow SUSU goers! As you all already know by now, the sabbatical team and I have been planning out our 3 goals for this year, now it’s finally my turn to tell you mine. 1)      Revitalize the Union-Winchester The Union-Winchester is a fantastic space which is full of potential that can benefit the students […]

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My hat-trick

» 15 August 2012 » 4 Comments

So it’s my turn to tell you about my goals for the coming year. Using a mixture of our manifestos, extra things we have learnt since writing them, the union plan and continuing work from our predecessors, each of the sabbs has decided on three goals that we will spend the majority of our time […]

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One Down…

» 08 August 2012 » 1 Comment

This is part one of a two blog blockbuster: One Down : Looking at how last years goals panned out in the world of Engagement. One to Go : An outline of initial thoughts at priority goals for Engagement next year.  One Down After being in post for just over a year I thought it was […]

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Six Steps to a More Equal Campus

» 16 July 2012 » 15 Comments

Hello one and all! I’m your new Vice President Welfare and Communities, lovely to meet you. I thought that before I start throwing blogs your way about all the marvellous things I’m up to (and what you can do for me), I’d start with all the marvellous things our Student Leaders are up to, in […]

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