In interviews with The University Times, candidates consider the importance of a solid base for advertising, increasing visibility, and creating feedback channels.
In interviews with The University Times, candidates discuss the importance of supporting students, and why campaigns on accommodation and sexuality must continue.
The campaign represents a makeshift answer to a persistent funding shortage with no clear solution in sight.
In interviews with The University Times, candidates discuss their views on what it takes to become the union’s chief organiser and academic representative.
In interviews with The University Times, candidates highlight issues such as fees, repeal the eighth and union engagement.
Elizabeth Quinn contends that technology gives us more flexibility but less responsibility.
Defeating fees and loan schemes means selling a compelling narrative and getting students to vote.
James Shaw argues that failures in the provision of funding for higher education means College can’t pay for the degrees students signed up for.
Addressing the findings of a recent survey, in which College fares poorly at helping students with non-academic needs.
The USI manifesto shows that students have ideas, but their votes will make the difference.