Tag Archives: Students’ Union

First thoughts from the other side.

It’s been a little while since my last blog post, and quite a bit has changed for me. I have since left Warwick SU and have moved back to Chester. This time though, I am working for the University of … Continue reading

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“Why would a Male SU President be a bad thing?”

As you may or may not already know, I work within a Students’ Union. These organisations are charities and are external organisations to the University they are affiliated with. As a result Students’ Unions are not governed by any of … Continue reading

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Widening the gap to Widening Participation

This blog post comes off the back of yesterday’s post regarding bad spending choices in a time where every penny counts to plug the gaps that the funding cuts from the government are leaving in the HE sector. Yesterday’s blog … Continue reading

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“We are all in this together. Except for us, we aren’t in it with you at all.”

A while back a video of Jeremy Paxman interviewing Russell Brand was doing the round on the internet. I’m sure most of you would have already seen it, the interview covers topics such as voting in a general election, Revolution and even … Continue reading

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“Pssst. Hay mister, do ya wanna buy this student loan book for cheap?!”

So a little while back it came to light that the government was putting forward plans to sell off the student loan book with the aim of clearing this debt from its books. In the short term, it would mean … Continue reading

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