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Manifesto analysis: Lewis Wood, Association President

Thanks to his experience engaging with the student body in a wide variety of roles over the past three years, Mr Wood is qualified to fill the position of Association President next year. Accommodation Mr Wood states that the priority of his accommodation agenda will be to provide “high-quality, low-cost” beds in town through the expansion of University-managed properties. Whilst University-managed...

Manifesto analysis: Joe Grimeh, Director of Events and Services

Events Mr Grimeh hopes to improve the overall quality of the Union’s events and create new events for students to enjoy. His manifesto introduces the idea of “breaking the bubble” buses that would transport students to and from out-of-town destinations at night. This idea could be feasible; however, it would depend heavily on the cost of each bus ticket and...

Manifesto analysis: Charlotte Flatley, Director of Student Development and Activities

Director of Student Development and Activities candidate Charlotte Flatley sets out a succinct and impressive manifesto. Thanks to her year as SSC broadcasting officer, Ms Flatley puts real emphasis on looking out for those who might be slightly outside of the mainstream, such as mature students and those interested in careers such as arts and media. Ms Flatley’s three main...

Elections 2017 – Hall Hustings

The Saint live blogs the various hustings taking place in student halls for sabbatical candidates.

Manifesto analysis: Zachary Davis, Director of Education

Based on his qualifications, current role as school of chemistry president, and proposed actions if elected, Mr Davis appears to be a well-rounded candidate for the newly created Director of Education position. Education This is Mr Davis’s clearest focus, based not only on the description of the position but also his diverse proposals.  Mr Davis seems to have a strong working...

Manifesto analysis: Jose Orellana, Director of Events and Services

Theme Weeks Mr Orellana hopes to expand the Bop’s theme to encompass the entire week, with the Bop itself being the climax. As part of this initiative, he would create a cocktail and discount drinks that relate to the theme. Decorations would also be placed in the Main Bar on a weekly basis, allowing students to “view Mondays with the...

Manifesto analysis: Hannah Jacobs, Director of Events and Services

Freshers’ Week Ms Jacobs cites her experience as ENTs Convenor in last year’s Freshers' Week, which was one of the most financially successful yet. As DoES, she would maintain crowd favourites such as the Bop and Clan Warfare while diversifying with “guests, comedy, ceilidhs, and live music.” In an interview with The Saint, Ms Jacobs explained, “I have seen hundreds...

Manifesto analysis: Tom Abbott, AU President

As a fifth-year chemistry student, AU Presidential hopeful Tom Abbott has certainly seen what sport at this University involves, and he believes this sets him in good stead for the position. Several years on the Cricket Club committee have shown Tom the inner workings of a University sports club, and he also has experience collaborating with the AU: previously, he...

Manifesto analysis: Ellie Robson, AU President

Whilst there are no catchy slogans to embrace during the campaigning season, the content of Ellie Robson’s manifesto is more than enough to make you pay attention. Ms Robson says she is “dedicated to improving the experience of University sport for all students” and claims that she has the “fresh outlook” necessary to achieve this. Inextricably linked to this is...

Manifesto analysis: Claire Shirey, Director of Wellbeing

The director of wellbeing position encapsulates everything Claire Shirey has worked towards in her university career. In an interview with The Saint, Ms Shirey explained, “I really care about everything that this position stands for. I had a tough time when I first came to St Andrews. I felt like it was difficult to meet people and it was...