The candidates running in the upcoming Lincoln SU elections have been revealed, with 32 students hoping to fill the nine places on offer.
Amy Womersley is the single candidate hoping to become Sports Officer. She hopes to “create a better atmosphere between the university teams” and “work closely with the intra-mural sports committee to get more people playing social sport at the university”.
There are three hopefuls going for the role of Societies Officer in the Lincoln SU elections. First up is Connor Burton, who aims to “raise the profile of societies both, within the university and externally”, “to tackle the issue of sports and societies not being able to be sponsored by bars and clubs within Lincoln” and have “more engagement with the rep system”.
Gooleswari Seeburn is also a candidate for Societies Officer. She has pledged to “provide student feedback and student engagement”, to “keep in contact with students to find out what they want and make sure the students experience is the best it can be” and to “provide support to all committee members-allowing societies to function properly”.
Last, but not least, is Calum Watt. He hopes to “increase cross-society participation”, “purchase a fleet of minibuses to provide cheap transport for societies” and “introduced a weekly printing budget for societies”.
- Linford Butler – College of Arts
- Thomas Candy – College of Science
- Charlotte Greenley – College of Social Science
- Daniel Addai – School of Life Science
- Victoria Gemma Cottam – School of Life Science
- Spencer Nash – School of Humanities
- James Bevan – School of Social Science
- Tom Briggs – School of Performance
- Wade Baverstock – School of Media
- Katie Allen – School of Sports Science
- Edward Fowles – School of Engineering