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Tuesday, May 22, 2018
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AU Presidential hopeful Jenny Ritchie has a vast sporting experience at St Andrews, representing both the swimming and hockey team; it is that experience which she believes will assist her in the position. Having been first XI hockey captain this year, she believes she has the necessary leadership and communication skills to improve the sporting experience at the University. Promotion One of...
Veteran of Trampoline and Parkour clubs, AU Secretary Ruby Wright believes her experience with the AU makes her a suitable candidate for AU President. Inclusion Ms Wright’s wishes to Saints Sport more accessible through a close relationship with the new Director of Wellbeing, so the work done by the Students’ Association and AU are more in tandem. She also seeks to...
Gabriel Schechter is a fifth year Psychology student who boasts five years of experience in the Ultimate Frisbee club that he believes make him an exceptional candidate for the position of Athletic Union President. Having been Freshers’ reprensentative, tournament and transport logistics representative, and captain during his time in the club, he has seen Ultimate Frisbee grow from a small,...
Having had two years of presidential experience with the Basketball club, Fiona Murray believes she has the experience and passion to be a successful AU president. In her manifesto she says that she wants to provide the same opportunity for all clubs so they can all receive the recognition they deserve and be successful. Communication Ms Murray emphasises the need to expand...
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