Student By-election 2018: Candidate Announcement

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Nominations closed this afternoon, and we can now announce the candidates in this year's Student By-election:

VP Community
Emmanuel Akerele
Laura McMillan
Gabi Uzunova
Re-open Nominations (RON)

VP Entertainment & Events
Val Forbes
Osama Irfan
Jill McLachlan
Re-open Nominations (RON)

VP Sport
Andrew Knox-Watson
Kieran Matthews
Miriam Samuels
Erin Wyness
Re-open Nominations (RON)

VP Student Affairs
Ivan Okoli-Ejike
Re-open Nominations (RON)

RAG Chair
Kai Rough
Re-open Nominations (RON)

Students’ Union Trustee
Adaa Jasmin
Stevie Smith
Laura Watchman
Re-open Nominations (RON)

Academic Council – Postgraduate
Milton Abibo
Re-open Nominations (RON)

Academic Council – Research
April Cuffy
Emmanuel Eke
Re-open Nominations (RON)

Academic Council – Undergraduate
Phoebe Andia
Val Forbes
Elaine Thompson
Re-open Nominations (RON)

Academic Council – RGU:Union
Adam James Johnston
Re-open Nominations (RON)

Postgraduate Governor
Emmanuel Ogar
Re-open Nominations (RON)

Full candidate profiles, manifestos and videos will be posted shortly.

Don't forget to come along to our Question Time event on Monday 12th November at 12pm on The Terrace Social Area (Union Way), where you can hear first-hand from our candidates about their aims for the remainder of the year. You will also have the opportunity to ask them any questions that you may have.

Voting opens on Monday 12th November and runs through until 2pm on Thursday 15th November.

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