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Manifesto analysis: Jamie Rodney, Association President

Jamie Rodney has set out an achievable manifesto, largely down to his focus on highlighting problems in the University as opposed to actively solving...

Manifesto analysis: Shaina Sullivan, Director of Student Development and Activities

DoSDA candidate Shaina Sullivan produced a detailed manifesto outlining her plan to support societies and students, ensuring success in their endeavours. Her knowledge from working...

Manifesto analysis: Nick Thornton, Director of Events and Services

Prices Mr Thornton strives for “a student union at student prices” and aims to make the use of the Students’ Association as affordable as...

Manifesto analysis: Mika Schmeling, Director of Events and Services

Events Ms Schmeling’s manifesto opens with the aim to increase live music events in St Andrews by providing a platform for local student performers and...

Manifesto analysis: Phoebe Angeni Soulon, Director of Wellbeing

Ms Soulon chose to highlight her own personal experiences in her manifesto, as opposed to time spent on committees or in societies. This lack...

Jamie Rodney elected President of the Students’ Association

Moments ago, Jamie Rodney was elected Students’ Association President, defeating after all other candidates had been eliminated by the Single Transferable Voting system (STV). Jamie...

Polls open for 2019 Students’ Association Elections

Polls have opened for the 2019 Students' Association Elections, beginning at 12:01 am on Thursday 7 March. Students can vote for sabbatical officers, Association positions,...

Manifesto analysis: Leah Allcock, Athletic Union President

Allcock sets out her three main goals if she is elected in her opening sentence: cross-team collaboration, environmental issues and bursting what she describes...

Manifesto analysis: Paloma Paige, Association President

Paloma Paige’s manifesto spends little time focusing on policies that she would implement if re-elected, and instead alludes to past achievements as justification for...