Besides sitting in meetings for most of my working days, as President Exeter, I do believe I have achieved a lot this year. As complex as some these meetings have been, it is in these spaces where my presence has influenced some of the greatest changes that I am most proud to have seen.
Some of us have been working on dissertations this year, some of us have been meeting cohorts for the first time and some of us have still never tried a Cornish pasty. Regardless of what we’ve been doing, I’m sure we can all agree that this has been an interesting year as we come away from the pandemic and navigate this new normal. I definitely missed the in-person shenanigans but learning how to socialise again has been weird for sure. I find myself asking people how they are doing twice whilst
What a year! I hope everyone is having a good old time and the rainy few days of June haven’t been a dampener! As my time comes to an end and I notice my desk edging ever so closer to the door, I thought I would provide an update of some of the things I have been up to this past year!
OMG, my final ever SU update!
These awards recognise the efforts and achievements of our most outstanding students who have gone above and beyond to shape your student experience in this strange year.
This year, the theme for Mental Health Awareness Week was ‘loneliness’. Your SU focused on what signposting is available for services that could help if you are feeling lonely, aiming to improve awareness of all the people and places available to support your mental health.
Hi everyone! There’s been lots going on with welfare and inclusivity and I wanted to share our recent successes at the EDI Tables online discussion, that I hosted with the SU’s Student Voice Coordinator (Welfare & Liberation), Ellie Howell.
The time has come! It's time to announce the winners of the 2022 President Elections.
We’re pleased to share the winner of the mural design competition!
As the debate continues on whether it’s too early to bring out Christmas decorations yet, I have compiled an update on all the things that have been happening in my role as President Welfare & Inclusivity in the last couple of months. It’s quite lengthy, so you may want to grab a cuppa (or a chai latte!) for this one.
As your Students’ Union we offer Sports Bursaries to students of outstanding sporting ability. The bursaries we offer range up to £1,500, are awarded on an annual basis, and are available to all current students who evidence satisfactory sporting performance, academic progress and general conduct.
A quick update from me on the annual Falmouth fashion show.