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Monday, December 9, 2019

Manifesto analysis: Ruraidh Stewart, Director of Events and Services

Nights out Mr Stewart’s proposals could prove popular among students and benefit the revenue of the Students’ Association. He opens his manifesto with the intent...

Manifesto analysis: Ian Russell, Director of Events and Services

Food and drink Mr Russell strives to create a more equal university experience for students of all economic backgrounds and proposes to confront the steep...

Manifesto analysis: Megan MacKay, Director of Events and Services

Experience Ms MacKay’s manifesto opens with extensive detail of her involvement with various aspects of student life, such as PR Rep for Folk and Trad...

Manifesto analysis: Amy Bretherton, Director of Education

Improved Learning Experience Ms Bretherton starts her manifesto with the aim to liaise with class reps in order to increase the online availability of books...

Manifesto analysis: Jamie Rodney, Association President

Jamie Rodney has set out an achievable manifesto, largely down to his focus on highlighting problems in the University as opposed to actively solving...

Manifesto analysis: Josh Stevens, Association President

Despite being the treasurer of the Comedy Club, Josh Stevens’ manifesto is no joke. The key themes of his pledges are dialogue and transparency,...

Manifesto analysis: Paloma Paige, Association President

Paloma Paige’s manifesto spends little time focusing on policies that she would implement if re-elected, and instead alludes to past achievements as justification for...

Manifesto analysis: Audrey Sherr, Athletic Union President

Reading Ms Sherr’s manifesto, her outlined “key points” for her prospective AU Presidency should she be successful in the election are made quite clear...

Manifesto analysis: Flora Smith, Director of Wellbeing

Ms Smith certainly appears an experienced candidate: she was President of Sexpression, a Peer Support Coordinator, and sat on the Wellbeing Subcommittee, so she...

Manifesto analysis: Phoebe Angeni Soulon, Director of Wellbeing

Ms Soulon chose to highlight her own personal experiences in her manifesto, as opposed to time spent on committees or in societies. This lack...