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Voter turnout still below 20 per cent in Exec elections

Incoming Welfare Officer says, “I don’t think people can talk about apathy anymore…students have been excited, they’ve been engaged”

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Why was there no official LGBT+ bloc at Reclaim The Night?

Because the Student’s Union forgot about us

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Students’ Union Exec elections open for 2018/19

Students have until 5PM on the 8th of March to vote for their preferred candidates

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The widening gap between SU Exec officers and students

They represent a 40,000-strong student body, yet many struggle to recall their names or what they do

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Exec Officer applications open

If you want to see change at the Students’ Union then apply to be an exec officer now!

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All Student Vote lacked face-to-face engagement

Described by the General Secretary as a chance “to reform and represent our students as best we can”, less than 500 students voted in the ‘All Student Vote’

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Senate roundup: Academy venue to honour Malcolm X

The second Student Union Senate of the Council Chambers was delivered last Thursday

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Union Senate: how it works and latest policies

A summary of Manchester Students’ Union Senate and the motions debated at its most recent meeting

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The new Students’ Union app has landed!

Freshers will be able to connect with each other and their Union on the go

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A response to “The toxicity of student politics”

Manchester Labour Students member Emma Runswick argues that in light of recent changes, toxicity in MLS no longer exists

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The Mancunion’s TEF survey

The Mancunion want to know what you think about the proposed Teaching Excellence Framework

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Is the Student Union right to ban the Daily Star?

Has the SU gone too far? And if so, how can we tackle the objectification of women in such publications?