[VIDEO] Student Presidents 2019/20: Goodbye Chat

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Last week we said goodbye to two of our Student Presidents as Ursula Ojiji and Kieran Matthews completed their terms in office and left the Union team - but not before having one last chat to discuss the best parts of their year!

- What was their favourite moment of the year?
- What have they learned after a year as Student Presidents?
- What advice do they have for next year's team?

We want to say a huge thanks to Ursula and Kieran for all of their hard work this year and wish them the best of luck with their future plans

Our current President of Education & Welfare, Emmanuel Akerele, stays with the team for a second year after you re-elected him in March, and he'll continue his work with two new Student Presidents by his side!

Ross Leven (President of Communication & Democracy) and Jordan Moore (President of Sports & Physical Activity) have spent a year as part of our current Vice President team and will now step up to work with the Union full-time representing you and standing up for students at RGU!

Keep an eye on our social media accounts (@rguunion) over the coming days and weeks as we help you to find out more about the new team and their plans for the year ahead

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