• Democratic Review 19/20: Interview with Jacob Collier

    Jacob Collier is the Community Officer at the University of Nottingham’s Students’ Union. His role involves fighting for students on a range of issues – from housing and transport to safety in our community. Jacob works with the Council, police and community groups to make sure that students’ voices...
  • Winner: Community Officer – Jacob Collier

    Jacob Collier has been elected as your new Students’ Union Community officer for 2019/2020. Jacob Collier has been declared the Community Officer for the 2019/20 academic year after winning 1 round of voting, with 3283 votes. Jacob is feeling good and relieved about the result, although surprised about Edward’s...
  • Meet Your 2019 Community Officer Candidates

    During our Students’ Union Elections Media Day on Thursday 28th February, we chatted to the candidates who are running to be elected as your Community Officer for the 2019-20 academic year. Take a look at what they had to say. Jacob Collier Jacob Collier, current Community Officer, is running...
  • WINNER ANNOUNCED: COMMUNITY OFFICER – Jacob Collier

    Jacob Collier has been elected as your new Students’ Union Community Officer for 2018/19. Jacob was declared the Community Officer for the 2018/19 academic year after winning the 4th round of voting, with 3566 votes. Jacob is ‘elated and confused’ after ‘a very close vote,’ and paid tribute to...
  • Hustings: Community Officer

    On Tuesday 6th of March, the candidates running for the position of Community Officer participated in a hustings run by Dimitrios Potsos. This year there are three candidates running for the position of Community Officer: Jacob Collier, Marisa Muramatsu and Tasha Bednall. Here’s how they answered some of your...
  • IMPACT ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL: DAY 1

    The first day of campaigning for the Students’ Union elections has finally approached, but so has the snow. With the heavy snow keeping many students at home, it has been a relatively slow start to the campaigning week. However, at 9am you could still find some candidates and their...
  • WINNER ANNOUNCED: COMMUNITY OFFICER – ELLIE MITCHELL

    Ellie Mitchell has been announced as the new Community Officer for 2017-18. The total number of people who voted for this position was 5563. Ellie won after 5 rounds of voting, beating by Moonisa Iqbal votes in the final round of voting. Speaking to Impact, Ellie said that her first reaction was “what...