The position of becoming a part-time officer at the SU has now opened up and this is all students need to know about it.
The new University of Manchester SU executive team has been praised for being the most diverse team in terms of BAME candisates in the country. However, there is a complete lack of representation for disabled and LGBTQ+ students, leaving some uneasy about the coming year
Archie Earle discusses the contenders in the Labour leadership race, asking whether the party can salvage its reputation
Controversy remains as two candidates will not be investigated, despite allegations of electoral misconduct
Turnout also fell – with only 19.4% of students voting
Polling stations can be found in the Students’ Union, North Campus, and Owens Park, Fallowfield
Incoming Welfare Officer says, “I don’t think people can talk about apathy anymore…students have been excited, they’ve been engaged”
Alex Tayler was elected on a manifesto promising cheaper food, an increased bursary fund for masters students and an affordable ‘Stagecoach-First’ bus pass
Outrageous, thought-provoking, and politically charged, Sacha Baron Cohen’s ‘Borat’ sequel has big swings but few hits
Sebastian Cousins, a member of the Young Green Society, discusses the importance of local elections in the fight for climate action
Key issues from as far back as May’s postponed meeting are still on the agenda for discussion
Editor-in-Chief Ethan Davies argues that whilst students are still angry over the latest elections controversy, they should head to Senate to make their voice heard
Cachella Smith suggests that providing incentives to encourage people to vote will not necessarily generate a fair and representative outcome
Unsuccessful Activities and Development Officer candidate, Ant Menezes, says there is a growing divide between students and Exec Officers
If you want to see change at the Students’ Union then apply to be an exec officer now!
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’