Your Student Executive for 2018/19 as voted on by over 7,600 students can now be announced.
Monday night saw the launch of the 10 Days of Action on the Refugee Crisis campaign. The Student Exec, along with societies STAR and Amnesty International, will be dedicating 10 days to untangling the misconceptions surrounding refugees, asylum seekers and forced migrants and supporting their cause.
Five days of strike action have now taken place with a further nine days due to take place Monday 5 to Thursday 8 March (4 days) and Monday 12 to Friday 16 March (5 days).
Yesterday 7,600 students decided who they wanted to lead their Union by voting in the Leadership Race 2018. Now, the results are in; this is your incoming Student Exec 2018/19.
Your candidates have spent the last week getting their manifestos out there and debating with each other over the future of your union, now it’s up to you to decide who leads LUU as 38 candidates over seven student executive roles vie for your vote over the next four days.
You may have noticed around campus the UCU picket lines. Here’s a reminder of when the strikes are taking place and all the support on offer for you. LUU is here for you and open as usual throughout the strikes.
Almost 40 of your peers have put themselves forward Leeds University Union needs your help selecting a new Student Exec. The search has begun for all positions, and new officers will be decided by
As your elected officers, we are committed to representing the best interests of students at Leeds University, we have met separately with Leeds University Management and University & College Union (UCU) to discuss the impact of the proposed action. We understand the reasons that have lead UCU to industrial action and believe that students’ best interests will be met if the strikes are averted.
To whom it may concern, On behalf of students at Leeds University, the Student Exec at Leeds University Union would like to make a submission to the Parliamentary Inquiry on Student Loans.
The restoration of a 1970s Chilean mural has re-established the mural’s cultural significance as a piece of community and political art within both the Chilean and local communities.