• Winner Announced: Sports Officer – Josie Jessop

    Josie Jessop has been elected as your new Sports Officer for 2020/21. Josie was declared the winner after winning three rounds of voting with 865 votes. Impact caught up with Josie to ask her a few questions. What are you most looking forward to in your role? Building on...
  • Winner Announced: Environment and Social Justice Officer – Martha Roberts

    Martha Roberts has been elected as your Environment and Social Justice Officer for 2020/21. Martha was declared the winner after winning one round of voting with 751 votes. Impact caught up with Martha to ask her a few questions. What are you most looking forward to in your role?...
  • Meet your 2019 Education 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 Education Officer for the 2019-20 academic year. Take a look at what they had to say. Richie Joseph Richie Joseph is a final year French...
  • A Selection of Elections: Votes, Suffrage and Reform

    At the beginning of the month both myself and Georgia Butcher made our way down to Lakeside Arts for a private view of Manuscripts and Special Collections latest exhibit: ‘A Selection of Elections’. Curated by Kathryn Summerwill and officially opened by Val Wood of the Nottingham Women’s History group,...
  • 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...
  • Impact On The Campaign Trail: Day 2

    The second day of campaigning for the Students’ Union elections has approached. Candidates and their enthusiastic supporters are continuing their campaigning around the University’s campuses. There did not seem to be an early start today but some candidates could still be spotted in their respective t-shirts around campus. Inside Hallward...
  • SU Elections: Meet your 2017 Education candidates

    During our SU Elections media day on Saturday 4th March, we chatted with the candidates hoping to be your 2017-18 Education Officer. Here’s what they had to say. Cassie O’Boyle Cassie O’Boyle is a final year English and American Studies student, running for Education Officer. Her experience, she tells us,...