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Alexis de Senneville

SSLC Rep (Third Year)

 
Michelle Eke

SSLC Rep (Second Year)

 
Rosita Ghotbi-Ravandi

Feedback Support Rep (Second Year)

 
Adaobi Amechi

Feedback Support Rep (Second Year)

 
Introduce meditation & self-defence classes

Introduce meditation classes as a mindfulness method and promote the self-defence classes that I’ve already begun putting into place.

 
Kristina Bahmutova

SSLC Rep (First Year)

 
Diversity & disability training

Anyone in a position of responsibility takes part in both diversity training & disability training, ensuring understanding of invisible disabilities too.

 
Madison Blochet

Feedback Support Rep (Third Year)

 
Fairer timetable for all

Ensure that no student has longer than an 8 hour day (e.g. lectures starting at 8.30am guaranteed to end by 4.30pm) and a 1 hour break for those with 7 hours of timetabled classes.

 
Introduce counselling qualifications

Introduce basic counselling qualification for students to relieve pressure from the Wellbeing Centre & increase the number of peer support groups.

 
Hui Ping Adeline Thong

SSLC Rep (INTO Year One Psychology)

 
Sing Lam

SSLC Rep (Second Year)

 
2 weeks for January exams

Continuing to push for an expansion of the January exam period.

 
Nap rooms

Install a nap room on campus which will allow rest for students.

 
Bethan Watson

SSLC Rep (First Year)

 
Eleanor Doherr

SSLC Rep (First Year Psychology)
Feedback Support Rep

 
Cian Pancucci

SSLC Rep (First Year)

 
Deadline clustering

Review how deadlines are set to ensure that students are not bombarded all at once.

 
Society subsidies

Introduce subsidies for societies. This money would be an opportunity for students unable to afford society memberships to take part in things they are passionate about.

 
Hannah O'Dowd

SSLC Rep (Third Year)

 
Megan Peters

SSLC Rep (Third Year Applied Psychology)

 
Beth Payne

SSLC Rep (First Year)

 
Standardised referencing within colleges

Condensing subject handbooks to make methods of referencing more transparent, particularly to help FCH students.

 
Affordable accommodation

Help freeze accommodation prices in Exeter by suggesting the University creates a 'recommended' list for companies who agree to this.

 
Jaimie Hampton

SSLC Rep (First Year)

 
Molly Kelly Lewis

SSLC Rep (Third Year Applied Psychology)

 
Lydia Thomas

SSLC Rep (First Year)

 
Create a Postgraduate community

Provide socials with an identifiable Postgraduate brand to foster a sense of belonging. Include mature undergraduates, such as fourth years and finalists who often feel closer to a Postgraduate lifestyle, and postgraduates who are normally excluded from central campus as in the case of the School of Education.

 
Mitigation

Lobby the university to make the mitigation system centralised, more efficient and fairer.

 
Collect prescriptions on campus

Students should be able to collect prescriptions on campus.

 
Emma Cazzulini

Primary Teaching and Learning

 
Katie Nichols

SSLC Rep (Second Year)

 
Elena Meyer-Bothling

SSLC Rep (Third Year)

 
Eleanor Macey

SSLC Rep (Third Year Applied Psychology)

 
Nayha Patel

SSLC Rep (First Year BSc)

 
Arinjay Khadke

SSLC, Employability & Careers, Feedback Support, Quality Assurance Rep (PGT/4th Year)

 
Mohammad Usman

Employability and Careers Rep (First Year)

 
Events calendar

Lobby the University for an improved central calendar of events and conferences for easy filtering and notification. I will work on a regular programme of activities: events, socials, trips, courses, welfare drop-in, and more, to establish networking between all PGR students and ensure they have the most productive experience.

 
Study skills sessions

Sessions timetabled into the teaching day for first year UG and PGT students. Academic tutors to give small groups of students advice (e.g. on essay writing/referencing) to ensure a smooth transition into university life.

 
Nightline breakfasts

Nightline volunteers to be given free breakfast for the mornings after nights they volunteer.

 
Lead on the Postgraduate Taught Experience

Lead on, and champion, the experience of Postgraduate Taught students at the University of Exeter, striving to ensure that the University and the Students' Guild are inclusive and mindful of the needs and experiences of Postgraduate Taught students. Critically holds the University to account on all matters pertaining to students on Postgraduate Taught programmes.

 
Lauren Fabian-Miller

English Primary

 
Rebecca Wells

SSLC Rep (Second Year)

 
Juliet Peacock

SSLC Rep (Third Year)

 
Alicia Rees

Quality Assurance Rep (Second Year)

 
Doreen Chua

SSLC Rep (First Year Psychology)

 
Iona Brunker

SSLC Rep (First Year BSc)

 
Kate Manley

SSLC Rep (3rd Year)

 
Madeleine Redpath

SSLC, Student Feedback Rep (4th Year)

 
Abiramee G

SSLC Rep (Third Year)

 
PGR-led welcome events

Plan PGR-led welcome event(s) during Freshers Week and at the end of each semester to integrate the postgraduate community into the Guild body from the first day.

 
Study abroad

Set up a review of study abroad options to ensure foreign universities provide adequate support and reflect Exeter's standard of academic excellence.

 
#ChatWithKat

Every 2 weeks, students can come into the Sabb office to express any issues they have been experiencing.

 
Lead on the Postgraduate Research Experience

Lead on, and champion, the experience of Postgraduate Research students at the University of Exeter, striving to ensure that the University and the Students' Guild are inclusive and mindful of the needs and experiences of Postgraduate Research students. Critically holds the University to account on all matters of Postgraduate Research.

 
Student Housing Cooperative

Student Project to create an Exeter Student Housing Cooperative

 
PGR Committee meeting (all research students are welcome)

A reminder that our third PGR committee meeting is on Monday (15th of January) at 12:00 pm (in the Guild conference room - specific room to be confirmed).

 
Connor Brennan

Upper Primary Art

 
Graham Moore

SSLC Rep (Third Year)

 
Lily Nelson

Employability and Careers Rep (Third Year)

 
Cathryn Williams

Quality Assurance Rep (Second Year)

 
Timothy Teo

SSLC Rep (INTO Year One Psychology)

 
Victoria Naylor

SSLC Rep (MSc by Research)

 
Dominic Parker

SSLC Rep (3rd Year))

 
Zhiyang Zhong

Quality Assurance Rep (2nd Year)

 
Tabitha-Levis Jarsdel

SSLC Rep (Second Year PPE)

 
Denni Faraj

SSLC Rep (Second Year)

 
Fair pay

Make sure that PGR teachers are paid fairly and not used as cheap labour by departments, lobbying the University to improve support, pay and conditions to make sure PGR teachers are paid fairly for the work they do.

 
Module weighting

Reviewing assessment of modules to ensure the workload reflects accreditation to guarantee parity of student experience.

 
Freshers’ and postgraduate packs

Bring back Freshers' packs allowing students to plan their Freshers’ week and introduce postgraduate packs; these will be available to fill out online with the option of a text message reminding students of the event an hour before.

 
Lead on Welfare, Rights, and Decolonisation

Champions the Rights and Welfare of all Exeter students both in the community and on the University's campuses. Listens to and amplifies the voices of Exeter students, advocating improvement in student support, and the removal of structural barriers at Exeter.

 
Free Yoga Classes

Thank you all for attending our Yoga class last week. Our next class will be on Tuesday (next term January 16) at 17:00 in Library room 4 and 5.

 
Jade Routledge

Science Primary

 
Claudia Coleman

SSLC Rep (Third Year)

 
Fatima Naveed

SSLC Rep (Third Year)

 
Cemone Collins

SSLC Rep (Second Year)

 
Tiana Fletcher

SSLC Rep (Second Year)

 
Daisy Curtis

SSLC Rep (MRes Critical Human Geographies)

 
Lauren Coleman

SSLC Rep (1st Year)

 
Rebecca Appleton

SSLC Rep (Second Year)

 
Joseph Teo

SSLC Rep (Second Year)

 
PGR drop-ins

Hold regular drop-in sessions for PGR teachers to ensure all their concerns are taken into consideration and brought before the University and the Guild.

 
Free coffee

For students with four timetabled classes starting at 08.30.

 
International welcome packs

Create an “Introduction to Exeter” pack for international students as being in a completely new country can lead to culture shock.

 
Lead on the Academic Experience

Lead on, and champion, the Academic Experience at Exeter ensuring the University strives for constant improvement whilst also ensuring that any decisions on the education and academic experience at the University is to the benefit of all students. Critically holds the University to account on all matters of education.

 
Research Week

Supported by the Doctoral College, I am organising a research week on 21-25 May 2018. The plan is to have a diverse line of events on postgraduate matters. If you want to be part of the organising committee, please email me at vppgresearch@exeterguild.com.

 
Kirsty Hughes

Primary Schools Direct

 
Emma Harrison

SSLC Rep (Third Year)
Quality Assurance Rep

 
Augusta Thorneycroft

SSLC Rep (First Year)

 
Hannah Houghton

SSLC Rep (Third Year)

 
Rachel Crozier

SSLC Rep (Second Year)

 
Amy Barden

SSLC Rep (Second Year)

 
Sophie Hodges

SSLC Rep (Third Year Psychology)

 
Daneen Cowling

BSc Subject Chair

 
Benjamin Fisher

Society Rep (BioSoc)

 
Amy Potter

SSLC Rep (3rd Year)

 
John-Felipe Murphy

SSLC, Emplyability & Careers, Student Feedback Rep (1st Year)

 
Courtney Rodd

SSLC Rep (Second Year Sociology & Criminology)

 
Vianney Alefsen De Boisredon D'Assier

SSLC Rep (Third Year PPE)

 
Janki Acharya

SSLC Rep (Third Year)

 
Miu Yee Wong

Management with Tourism Final Year Rep

 
Improve teaching conditions

Improve PGR teaching conditions – this doesn’t only improve university life for PGRs but also helps in improving the life of undergraduates by improving the quality of teaching they receive.

 
Charging stations

On campus for laptops and phones.

 
Interfaith prayer space

Create a new multifaith prayer space on both Streatham & St Luke's campuses.

 
Lead on Democracy and Student Activities

Lead, promote, and champion successful Student Activities at Exeter: be they the student medias, volunteering, societies, or student groups. Uphold student democracy assisting and ensuring that students engage with, make change, and lead their Students' Guild.

 
Carole Nicholls

English Primary

 
Success for Semi-Toned!

Last December, Exeter University’s all-male a cappella group Semi-Toned were crowned winners of BBC2’s The Choir: Gareth’s Best in Britain.

 
Updates on eClaims

Hannah Crowe, Head of Talent Management, has spent the last few months investigating the process by which PTAs are engaged, contracted and then paid. This has meant detailed discussions with PTAs themselves, PGR Support Officers (and similar roles in colleges), HR Business Partners and a Director of Education. (please click on the title to read the full update).

 
Georgina Carlin

SSLC Rep (Second Year)

 
Nicola Brown

SSLC Rep (Fourth Year)

 
Caroline Hoare

SSLC Rep (Second Year)

 
Huairen Zhang

Employability and Careers Rep (Second Year)

 
Alistair Gilbert

SSLC Rep (Third Year Applied Psychology)

 
Sarah Blampied

SSLC Rep (Second Year Biochemistry)

 
Megan Maunder

SSLC Rep (4th Year)

 
Kavita Harry

SSLC Rep (1st Year)

 
Stephen Scott

SSLC Rep (First Year Sociology)

 
Jodie Hook

SSLC Rep (Second Year PPE)

 
Isabel Rigby

SSLC Rep (Third Year)

 
Employability and Careers Role (Humanities)

To represent student views on Employability within the subject, and potentially also be involved with relations with Alumni of Exeter.

 
Constance de Bejarry

Management with Marketing Final Year Rep

 
Pippa Greenwood

BSc Second Year Rep

 
PGR funding

Work with the University and the National Union of Students to establish a national government loan system and makes it available for anyone in need. Lobby the University to increase its investments in PGR funding – more scholarships and bursaries.

 
Requesting new books

Online applications rather than going through Library Champions.

 
#WeAreAllExeter

Continue with the #WeAreAllExeter campaign.

 
Lead the Students' Guild

Leads the Sabbatical Officer team, advocating for and on behalf of all Exeter students. Takes strategic and executive decisions and holds the Chief Executive to account through being Chair of Trustee Board. Represents all Exeter students to the University, the local community, and nationally.

 
Stephanie Reeves

Mathematics Primary

 
Zi Jia Chan

SSLC Rep (First Year)

 
Elisabeth Thurman

SSLC Rep (Spanish, Second Year)

 
Jemima Pople

SSLC Rep (Second Year)

 
Jonathan Taylor

SSLC Rep (Second Year)

 
Chloe Tredgett

SSLC Rep (Third Year PTY)

 
Johanna Keeler

SSLC Rep (First Year Applied Psychology)

 
Poppy Beaumont

SSLC Rep (First Year Biological Sciences)

 
Tsz Lai

SSLC Rep (1st Year)

 
Georgia Shepherd

SSLC Rep (First Year)

 
Harry Burton

SSLC Rep (First Year PPE)

 
Karen Calverley

Feedback Support Rep (Third Year)

 
Reece Fitzgerald

• Review the module choice system across the entire college to be fairer and allow students to illustrate why a module would be particularly relevant to them.
• Review pastoral support across the college for all students, with a particular focus on new students.
• Fight for greater support in SSLCs and better integration of Academic Societies and SSLCs.

 
Matthew Gent

Third Year Rep

 
Leila Walters

Management with Marketing Second Year Rep

 
Jamie Bradshaw

Third Year Rep

 
Jacklyn Ho

Business & Accounting Second Year Rep

 
Claire Below

BSc Second Year Rep

 
Eleanor Cox

Final Year Rep

 
Goodbye, Transaction Fees!

Bye Bye! Online transaction fees have gone.

 
Social Inclusion

Weekly coffee drop-ins should happen during vacations. More events that start nearer to 6pm that accommodate our needs. Lobby for events tailored to suit student parents. Push for more Postgraduate specific events and a Postgraduate sports Committee.

 
Library fobs

To withdraw books more easily, especially if you forget or lose your uni card!

 
International Week

Introduce an International Week once a term to celebrate different cultures.

 
Oversee Guild governance, finance and stratergy

Trustee Board are responsible for the management and administration of the Guild and (subject to the Students’ Guild Memorandum & Articles and Bylaws) may exercise all the powers of the Guild as outlined in the Memorandum & Articles.

 
Gareth Sloman

SSLC Rep (Third Year)

 
Jodie Kitwood

Quality Assurance Rep (First Year)
Feedback Support Rep

 
Lucy Richards

SSLC Rep (French & German, First Year)

 
Thomas Blackburn

SSLC Rep (First Year)

 
Katie Wood

SSLC Rep (First Year)

 
Sai Ramesh

SSLC Rep (Fourth Year)

 
Samantha Lee

SSLC Rep (First Year Psychology)
Employability and Careers Rep

 
Isabel Elliot

SSLC Rep (First Year Biochemistry)

 
Jack Woodland

Science Primary

 
Georgia Saunders

SSLC Rep (1st Year)

 
Matthew Shaw

SSLC Rep (3rd Year)

 
Abigail Bellis

SSLC Rep (First Year Criminology)

 
Grace Mitchell-Kilpatrick

SSLC Rep (Third Year Politics and International Relations)

 
Bharath Syal

SSLC Rep (Second Year)

 
Habib Rahman

Business and Management Final Year Rep

 
Gus Murphy

Second Year Rep

 
Charles Pilleau

Third Year Rep

 
Catie Barr

Final Year Rep

 
Evie Lakey

BSc Final Year Rep

 
Katherine Jameson

Second Year Rep

 
Online forum

Ensure that Taught Masters students voices are heard: make an online forum for Taught Masters students where they can raise any issues and share any ideas for improving their courses.

 
Library resources

There is not enough availability of core texts, short-loan books and e-journals in the library. I pledge to lobby the University to increase funding for the library and use the SSLC (Student Staff Liaison Committee) system to make the relevant library staff aware of the demand.

 
Quality study space

Continue to lobby the University for more study space and more effective utilisation of the space already available. Quality study spaces need good lighting, close plug sockets, a nearby printer and access to water fountains.

 
Liberation Council

Improve publicity of how to get in touch with Liberation Council to voice opinions.

 
Ameera Khreisheh

French Schools Direct

 
Daniel Pearce

SSLC Rep (Third Year)

 
Hana Mattar

SSLC Rep (Second Year)
Feedback Support Rep

 
Davide Scarpignato

SSLC Rep (MA Classics and Ancient History)

 
Harriet Walker

SSLC Rep (MA Theology)

 
Megan Rensch

SSLC Rep (Spanish & German, Fourth Year)

 
William Lister

SSLC Rep (Third Year)

 
Max Baker

Feedback Support Rep (First Year)

 
Harry Handyside

SSLC Rep (First Year)

 
Amanda Fullalove

Quality Assurance Rep (Third Year)

 
Bryan Fernandes

SSLC Rep (Third Year)

 
Sean Williams

SSLC Rep (First Year Exercise and Sport Sciences)

 
Eleanor Wells

SSLC Rep (First Year Biological Sciences)

 
Fiona Shanks

Primary Teaching and Learning

 
Christopher Pippen

SSLC Rep (1st Year)

 
Delane Hammill

SSLC Rep (Second Year Sociology & Anthropology)

 
Gus Murphy

Second Year Rep

 
Nikita Kukla

Business and Management Final Year Rep

 
Toby Hamon

Second Year Rep

 
Abi Rowden

Third Year Rep

 
Sunny Ahmed Sheikh

Final Year Rep

 
Amy Trigg

BA Second Year Rep

 
Victoria Horley

Psychology with Sport & Exercise Second Year Rep

 
Elizabeth Stalbow

Second Year Rep

 
Timetabling

Create a timetable displaying when and where the weekly undergraduate lectures are taking place so Masters students are also able to attend if they wish.

 
Networking and symposiums

The library is currently not being utilised in the best way. It could be used for more inter-departmental networking and symposiums, which bring students together to collaborate and share research ideas.

 
Expansion of study space app

Need to differentiate types of study space available.

 
Individual Learning Plans

Improve awareness of Individual Learning Plans and have free tests for dyslexia.

 
Develop the sustainability policies of the Guild

Work within democratic structures to develop and improve sustainability policies of the Guild.

 
Harriet Rix

History Secondary

 
Rachel Darke

SSLC Rep (Third Year)

 
Cathryn Stocker

SSLC Rep (Second Year)
Employability and Careers Rep

 
Oliver Portillo

SSLC Rep (MA English Literary Studies)

 
Alice Talbut

SSLC Rep (First Year)

 
Miranda Sandy

SSLC Rep (Second Year)

 
Lucy Hart

SSLC Rep (Third Year)

 
Rebecca Baynes

SSLC Rep (First Year)

 
Finn Candy

SSLC Rep (First Year)

 
Hilary Casey

SSLC Rep (Third Year)

 
Laura Bunce

SSLC Rep (Second Year SEMS)

 
Laura Bunce

SSLC Rep (Second Year SEMS)

 
Emma Codling

Foundation/KS1 Schools Direct

 
Jasmine Tavakoli

SSLC Rep (First Year Sociology)

 
Daniel Easterbrook

SSLC Rep (First Year)

 
Naomi Fuller

There are no Medical School Officer promises to display.

 
Alicia Daurignac

Third Year Rep

 
Harry Day

Second Year Rep

 
Tiana Fletcher

Business and Management Second Year Rep

 
Phoebe Hickling

Final Year Rep

 
Beatrice Wilkinson

There are no Business School Officer promises to display.

 
Henry Wang

Third Year Rep

 
Christina Ramnial-Cooke

Second Year Rep

 
Emma Quinney

BA Second Year Rep

 
Natalie Keffler

Second Year Rep

 
 
Welcome packs

Creation of a course specific welcome pack for the Taught Masters students, containing the course curriculum and deadlines, so that students can plan around crucial dates. Ensure that students are clear on the demands of their respective courses, allowing them the time to plan in advance for interviews and PhD admission deadlines.

 
Study Space

Lobby the University to build or provide a PG Hub, open at all times. This should include a study space and a space for student-led conferences, symposiums and events. Beyond availability, there is a serious shortage of core textbooks in the library – I will lobby the University to have these books in the Hub roofs.

 
Re-thinking Reading Week

Push for an October reading week for all subjects with a year-group specific focus.

 
January Exams

Remove Saturday exams and ensure that January exams are spread over two weeks

 
To work with the Humanities Subject Chairs

To actively seek opinion and feedback from the Humanities Subject Chairs, and take responsibility for leading on issues and feedback until they are resolved.

 
Push for sustainable services

Demand services, from both the Guild and the University, to be sustainable and ethical, reducing our impacts upon the environment.

 
THE FLAGON WAGON IS COMING TO EXEFEST!
The Stable

In 2009 Nikki and Richard turned what was a old stable into a beautiful restaurant, and from that The Stable was born.

 
Interruption Mentoring

Student Project to support students who are currently interrupted, and students who are returning from interruption back into their studies.

 
Natalie Wheelhouse

SSLC Rep (Second Year)

 
Lorenzo Jose Augusto Santos

SSLC Rep (First Year)

 
Hannah Lindsay

SSLC Rep (First Year)

 
Ross Nelson

SSLC Rep (First Year)

 
Hannah Short

SSLC Rep (Third Year)

 
Sophia Emmerson

SSLC Rep (First Year)

 
Davide Scarpignato

SSLC Rep (MA Classics and Ancient History)

 
Anna Broadbent

SSLC Rep (MSc Genomic Medicine)

 
Miranda Giddins

There are no Subject Chair promises to show.

 
Charlotte Wilkinson-Burnett

SSLC Rep (Second Year Exercise and Sport Sciences)

 
Richard Egerton

English Schools Direct

 
Kate Peters

Upper Primary MFL

 
Carrie Walton

Quality Assurance Rep (MSc Educational Research, Distance)

 
Daniel Davis

SSLC Rep (First Year Philosophy)

 
Rebecca Davey

Second Year Rep

 
Chris Tyson

Second Year Rep

 
Aditya Jain

Business and Management Second Year Rep

 
Tom Lawrence

Final Year Rep

 
Lorna Evans

Fourth Year Rep

 
Ben Sutlieff

Fourth Year Rep

 
Joanne Yip & Avika Nagpal

Second Year Reps

 
Emily Healey

Biosciences Final Year Rep

 
Mia Bassett

Final Year Rep

 
Loren Smith

Second Year Rep

 
Azhar Chaudry

PPE Final Year Rep

 
Reading lists

Create recommended reading lists which will be compiled by previous Masters students.

 
Tailored careers service

We need more relevant and diverse employers and not just the typical Graduate placements. Postgraduate careers services need to address those who do not want to go into academia whilst acknowledging their qualifications.

 
Online access to your SSLC

iExeter app to provide online anonymous forums to ensure ease of access for students and a coherent collection of feedback for reps.

 
Reading weeks

Ensure every course receives a reading week (or half week if the course can’t allow a full week) so that everyone gets rest.

 
To work with the Medical School Subject Chairs

To actively seek opinion and feedback from the Medical School Subject Chairs, and take responsibility for leading on issues and feedback until they are resolved.

 
Assist and oversee campaigns

Work with students and student leaders to deliver effective campaigns that produce measurable change.

 
Lead the University-level engagement with sustainability

Engage with, and lead, the approach to sustainability within the Guild and the University in order to influence decisions and make change happen.

 
Reece Fitzgerald
Reece Fitzgerald - Humanities Officer 2017/18

https://www.exeterguild.org/ed/profile/10557/

 
Maike Christin Hausmann

SSLC Rep (MSc Animal Behaviour)

 
Rupert Maclaren

SSLC Rep (First Year)

 
Amelia Handy

SSLC Rep (Fourth Year)

 
Saffron Lowsley

SSLC Rep (Third Year)

 
Hannah O'Dowd

SSLC Rep (Third Year)

 
Elena Quigley

SSLC Rep (Second Year)

 
Jessica McCrindle

SSLC Rep (MSc Clinical Education)

 
Ellenor Litobarski

SSLC Rep (MSc Food Security and Sustainable Agriculture)

 
Jennifer Wicks

Mathematics Secondary

 
Katharine Richfield-Andrews

English Primary

 
Cheng Guan

MSc Educational Research

 
Alexandra Willings

SSLC Rep (Third Year Philosophy)

 
Emily Hughes

There are no CLES Officer promises to display.

 
Molly Wysocki-Jones

Employability & Alumni Rep

 
Holly Brown

SSLC Rep (First Year)

 
Employability and Careers Role (Humanities)

To represent student views on Employability within the subject, and potentially also be involved with relations with Alumni of Exeter.

 
Robert Wells

Second Year Rep

 
Gaurav Sharma

Deputy Chair

 
Bethany Lee

Third Year Rep

 
Evelyn Howe

Mechanical, Materials and Electronic Engineering

 
Amy Dunmall

Fourth Year Rep

 
Ismene Roalkvam

Deputy Chair

 
Andrew Chan

Deputy Chair

 
Jack Meril

Biochemistry Final Year Rep

 
Agusta Karlsdottir

Deputy Chair

 
Franciszek Gandecki

Second Year Rep

 
Alice Potter

Applied Psychology Second Year Rep

 
Srinandini Mukherjee

Deputy Chair

 
Nick Marsden

BA Politics Second Year Rep
Employability and Careers Rep (Second Year)

 
Rebeka Eleki

Second Year Rep

 
Harry Garvey

Second Year Rep

 
Diversity in research

Ensure the University maintains its diversity in research, so that students have greater opportunity to develop original research.

 
Postgraduate Committee

Create a Postgraduate Committee, made up of elected students, to reach out and accomplish these policy aims. This committee will ensure all corners of campus are involved and will provide ambassadors for students to relate to.

 
Meet & Greet your Personal Tutor

Push for every department to have an event at the beginning of the year guaranteeing that every student knows their personal tutor.

 
Drink for steps

Introduce an initiative whereby if a student has walked 12,000 steps or more Monday-Sunday, they can receive a free hot drink the following week.

 
To work with the undergraduate Business School Subject Chairs

To actively seek opinion and feedback from the Humanities Subject Chairs, and take responsibility for leading on issues and feedback until they are resolved.

 
Engage with national campaigns

Where appropriate, familiarise yourself with the campaigning work of the National Union of Students, rolling out national campaigns on a local basis.

 
Support Sustainability Projects

Assist volunteers in completing Sustainability Projects and lead the work with Guild staff to make decisions regarding resourcing Projects that are accessible to all students.

 
Nav Sahib

There are no Subject Chair promises to show.

 
Matthew Trenholm

SSLC Rep (First Year)

 
Miranda Price Smith

SSLC Rep (Second Year)

 
Siobhan McAuley

Society Rep (Drama Society)

 
Rupert Cole

SSLC Rep (First Year)

 
Connor McBride

There are no Subject Chair promises to show.

 
Jo Dew-Jones

There are no Subject Chair promises to show.

 
Riadh Ghemmour

MSc Educational Research

 
Perdita Stoller

SSLC Rep
Quality Assurance Rep
Feedback Support Rep (Second Year PPE)

 
Jacob Smith

Employability & Alumni Rep

 
Welcome to the PGR Hub

This is a virtual space to discuss all things PGR-related. It is a safe place to share ideas, ask questions, find relevant details, and hold me to account. A monthly blog update will be posted to tell you what I have been up to in a post that allows you to comment and share your thoughts on any of my progress or setback. Looking forward to having some interactive discussion with you all.

(click on the title to read the whole article)

 
Hanna Jepps

Quality Assurance Rep (Third Year)

 
Karli Rose

SSLC Rep (First Year)

 
Amy Dunmall

• I promise to always have all students interests at the core of all I do.
• I promise to try an increase the visibility of academic representation in the college.
• I promise to keep all informed as to what the academic representation team is doing.

 
Benjamin Bage

Third Year Rep

 
Lily Bissell

BA Subject Chair

 
Mental health

Improve access to mental health services for Masters students on campus, following the PTES feedback.

 
International Students and visas

Ensure full integration of international students into the Students’ Guild and provide advice on changes to the student visa system.

 
Teaching excellence framework

With fees set to increase for International and EU/Home students next year, the University must be held accountable for the reinvestment of money back into student experience.

 
Veggie & vegan café

Within the new hub system, I would like to create a veggie & vegan café in Amory.

 
To liaise to support the Natural Science Subject Chair

The CEMPS and CLES College Officers should liaise about Natural Sciences to ensure issues are raised in the appropriate places.

 
Campaign on sustainability and environmental issues

Use democratic systems to campaign on sustainability and environmental issues, with a focus on reducing the barriers to sustainability for marginalised students.

 
Volunteer Charter

The Volunteer Charter sets out the Rights of student volunteers, and the responsibilities they have. This charter is influenced heavily by the work of Cumbria Council who use a similar model to ensure the communities they support work in ways which enable volunteers rather than exploiting them.

 
The Hoosiers announced to play ExeFest

We're proud to announce legendary pop-rock trio The Hoosiers as the first name playing this year's ExeFest.

 
Hameedat Ogunlayi

Second Year Rep

 
Phil Mahoney

Deputy Chair

 
Connie Grant

Economics and Politics Final Year Rep

 
Chrissie Thwaites

Final Year Rep

 
Imogen Knox

Final Year Rep

 
Hettie Macleod

Final Year Rep

 
Isobel Hughes

Anthropology Second Year Rep

 
Rachel Pennycook

Employability and Alumni Rep

 
 
Academic and Employability Rep

Warren Bingham-Roberts

 
Food and microwaves

More microwaves to save students’ money, more fairtrade & locally sourced food, more gluten free and lactose free options.

 
Improve A&V

Less bureaucracy and paperwork, the ability to submit provisional events with reminders for budget & risk assessment deadlines, as well as a student staff member at St. Luke’s Campus.

 
Increase support from A&V

Appointment of a figurehead who is in personal contact with students and student-led groups to handle queries related to society finances.

 
Ideas Facts: 2017

These numbers are updated regularly - last updated 13 Dec 2017.

 
 
Represent International Students

Advocate for and amplify the voices of international students at Exeter, raising issues, and encouraging participation in the activities and work of the Guild.

 
Represent International Students

Representing issues facing international students at Exeter, and to encourage the participation of these students in the work of the Guild and the life of the University

 
HUBBOX to sponsor ExeFest

We are delighted to announce that the immensely popular City Centre restaurant HUBBOX are our main sponsors of ExeFest 2017

 
Heledd Williams

Second Year Rep

 
Evie Johnson

Economics and Politics Second Year Rep

 
Alyssa Carey

Final Year Rep

 
Lucas Abeledo Vilarino

Second Year Rep
Quality Assurance Rep

 
David Ballard

Final Year Rep

 
Soma Pirityi

Promises

 
Darcey White

Final Year Rep

 
Art and Culture Rep

Jeremy Garrett

 
Food waste

Food waste and donations to continue to go to homeless projects, and a clothes collection for refugees.

 
Society wellbeing

Introduce a wellbeing course for society committees with the Advice Unit and Wellbeing Centre, as well as regular ‘Meet & Greets’ with Staff, Sabbs and Soc Exec so you know where to go to get help.

 
Mental health stigma

Reduce stigma around mental health and offer support through stress relief workshops!

 
To work with the CLES Subject Chairs

To actively seek opinion and feedback from the CLES Subject Chairs, and take responsibility for leading on issues and feedback until they are resolved.

 
To work with the CEMPS Subject Chairs

To actively seek opinion and feedback from the CEMPS Subject Chairs, and take responsibility for leading on issues and feedback until they are resolved.

 
Actively engage with the Liberation Networks

Engage with, and support, the Liberation Networks to assist in building and maintaining grassroot dialogue and action on marginalised experiences.

 
Ensure effective representation for International Students

Work with the Sabbatical Officers to ensure the Guild is effective in its representation of international students within the University

 
Ensure effective representation for International Students

To work with the Sabbatical Officers to ensure the Guild is effective in its representation of international students within the University

 
Exeter's first campus music festival
Trust In Tristan

Last year, University of Exeter students voted for Tristan Gatward to be their VP Activities of the Students' Guild. In his manifesto was a pledge to run Exeter's first on-campus music festival.

 
Monika Patel

Second Year Rep

 
Alex Vassilev

Economics and Finance Final Year Rep

 
Molly Conrad

Second Year Rep

 
Olivia Harvey

Second Year Rep

 
Amelia Gladstone

Final Year Rep

 
 
Recyclable cups

Ensure that all outlets on campus have fully recyclable cup, or a discount for bringing in a reusable cup.

 
Improve employability & networking

Improve employability and networking by creating an alumni network, introducing societies to relevant professionals and potentially increasing income via donations.

 
International Student Support

Offering translations of key-information (housing, mental health and wellbeing) from the Guild to make it more accessible.

 
To liaise to support the Natural Science Subject Chair

The CEMPS and CLES College Officers should liaise about Natural Sciences to ensure issues are raised in the appropriate places.

 
Actively engage with the Liberation Networks

Engage with, and support, the Liberation Networks to assist in building and maintaining grassroot dialogue and action on marginalised experiences.

 
Tish Tanqueray

• Meet up with Chairs on a regular basis
• Help Subject Chairs create social events to get the SSLC known to other students
• Create a College Officer Facebook page to keep everyone updated

 
Push for International Student-friendly services

Push the Guild and University in providing services and spaces that are sensitive to the diverse needs, beliefs and cultures of our international community.

 
Push for International Student-friendly services

To push the Guild and University in providing services and spaces that are sensitive to the diverse needs, beliefs and cultures of our international community.

 
 
 
Eve Robbins

SSLC Rep (Second Year)
Quality Assurance Rep

 
Megan Jones-Dellaportas

Third Year Rep

 
Aahana Singh

Economics and Finance Second Year Rep

 
Rebecca Maxwell

Second Year Rep

 
Lottie Westgarth

Deputy Chair

 
Aisling Bradley

Second Year Rep
Quality Assurance Rep

 
Fitness and Wellbeing Rep

Pete Gillibrand

 
Cardboard and paper recycling bins

More cardboard and paper recycling bins so that recyclable and non-recyclable rubbish is kept separate.

 
Create a Guild crowdfunding page

Create a Guild crowdfunding page. With no external cut taken and by reaching out to alumni, it provides a new and easier way for society fundraising.

 
Employability

Introducing career-focused modules from first year in all colleges across the university to get people prepared for and confident about their career choices.

 
Promote and implement an intersectional approach to decolonisation

Embody an intersectional approach to all liberation work; we do not live single-issue lives.

 
Push for International Student-friendly communication

Provide guidance on the Guild’s communication methods, ensuring that all relevant information about activities, support and commercial services is effectively communicated

 
Push for International Student-friendly communication

To provide guidance on the Guild’s communication methods, ensuring that all relevant information about activities, support and commercial services is effectively communicated

 
Sarah Hunt

Second Year Rep

 
Employability and Careers Role (Humanities)

To represent student views on Employability within the subject, and potentially also be involved with relations with Alumni of Exeter.

 
Jamie Barker

Economics with Econometrics Final Year Rep

 
Rebecca Randall

Third Year Rep

 
International Rep

Ritu Damani

 
Online Volunteering Log

Increase recognition by creating an online volunteering log to reward you for the hours you put into society work and a bigger and better Societies’ Ball, with society awards.

 
Study spaces

Promotion of existent study spaces through grab and go food and coffee outlets like subway near Harrison and Amory Building!

 
Promote and implement an intersectional approach to decolonisation

Embody an intersectional approach to all liberation work; we do not live single-issue lives.

 
Liaise with International Societies

Liaise with and support international societies who wish to organise events and/or campaign on issues relevant to the aims and objectives of those societies

 
To liaise with International Societies

To liaise and support international societies who wish to organise events and/or campaign on issues relevant to the aims and objectives of those societies

 
Vanessa Badas

Fourth Year Rep

 
Employability and Careers Role (Humanities)

To represent student views on Employability within the subject, and potentially also be involved with relations with Alumni of Exeter.

 
Employability and Careers Role (Humanities)

To represent student views on Employability within the subject, and potentially also be involved with relations with Alumni of Exeter.

 
Scott Wigglesworth

Economics Final Year Rep

 
Music Rep

Hannah Taylor

 
International Careers Fair

An international careers fair, not just study abroad and TEFL, but also overseas opportunities.

 
Student Ideas

Improve Student Ideas’ game design. Guild points for engagement! Putting up response counters around campus, especially food outlets so that students can vote on Student Ideas.

 
Address emergent themes and issues

Tackle and campaign on non-legal issues and emergent themes that come up through RiD, the anonymous reporting tool to raise instances of microaggressions and harm.

 
Cariosa Devlin

Fifth Year Rep

 
Employability and Careers Role (Humanities)

To represent student views on Employability within the subject, and potentially also be involved with relations with Alumni of Exeter.

 
Jessica Farrow

Economics Final Year Rep

 
Phoebe Greenwold

Final Year Rep

 
Maintain the Wellbeing Information Directory (WiD)

Liaise with staff support at the Guild to maintain and promote the Wellbeing Information Directory.

 
 
Subject Employabilty Reps

Employability Reps for every Student-Staff Liaison Committee and creating Employability College Executives to feed into the general Executive Committee.

 
Increase student engagement

Increase student engagement in the Guild through emphasis on the fact that engagement with the Guild would count as transferable skills and facilitate employability.

 
 
Seren Dupont

Fifth Year Rep

 
Employability and Careers Role (Humanities)

To represent student views on Employability within the subject, and potentially also be involved with relations with Alumni of Exeter.

 
Employability and Careers Role (Humanities)

To represent student views on Employability within the subject, and potentially also be involved with relations with Alumni of Exeter.

 
Employability and Careers Role (Humanities)

To represent student views on Employability within the subject, and potentially also be involved with relations with Alumni of Exeter.

 
Lena Chien

Economics Second Year Rep

 
Political, Campaigning and Causes Rep

Mateo Peyrouzet Garcia-Sineriz

 
Society space

Investigate improvements to the room booking system and ways to tackle the issue of a lack of society space.

 
Safe and inclusive Exeter

Making Exeter a safe and inclusive community through inclusivity campaigns like #WeAreAllExeter

 
Communicate education issues

Seek out feedback, praise and issues from students in their College and present those points at all meetings they attend. Feedback resolutions and outcomes on that feedback, issues and praise to the students represented by each College Officer.

 
Learn and teach intersectionality

Never speak on behalf of others; always raise their voices.

 
Language: Reps

Modern Languages covers a variety of language options, and students may study one, two or more languages.

 
Employability and Careers Role (Humanities)

To represent student views on Employability within the subject, and potentially also be involved with relations with Alumni of Exeter.

 
Sophie Nicholas

Economics Second Year Rep

 
Address emergent themes and issues in wellbeing

Tackle and campaign on non-legal issues and emergent themes in wellbeing and mental health that come up through speaking to students and Liberational Network Reps.

 
Recreational Rep

David Chalmers

 
Society & DH1 accessibility

Commit to improving disabled access to DH1 and provide resources for societies about how to make their events more accessible.

 
More microwaves

More microwaves, hot taps and kettles around campus, especially in study spaces open till late.

 
Meet Subject Chairs regularly

College Officers will meet regularly with all of the Exeter Subject Chairs in their College, attend major college-wide meetings, and feedback directly to the VP Education, VP Taught Postgraduates and VP Research Postgraduates on major educational developments.

 
 
Nicolas Moukarzel

Business Economics Final Year Rep

 
 
Society Hardship Fund

Improve the ease of access and publicity of the Society Hardship Fund.

 
Guild Food

Assessing and improving menus and student deals in the Grove/Ram. Lobby for a ‘different specials each fortnightly’ scenario.

 
Take part in reward and recognition

To actively take part in reward and recognition processes; the Teaching Awards nomination and judging processes; the VP Education Awards nomination and judging processes and any other scheme for the recognition of the hard work of staff and students.

 
Call out instances of structural discriminatory practice at the University

Confront behaviours and practices that are harmful, discriminatory, and marginalising, and challenge cultures that reproduce these behaviours and practices.

 
 
Daniel Szolga

Business Economics Final Year Rep

 
Vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options

More vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options on campus, and desserts in the Ram.

 
Healthy eating

More healthy drinks in the meal deals.

 
Build structures of support and empowerment

Construct radical new structures of support and empowerment for students at the margins, building on the work of the DVP Liberation in calling out instances of structural discriminatory practice at the University and within the student body.

 
To develop and implement the Visions for Education

To continually review the recommendations in the Visions for the Future of Education relating to the individual Colleges, and determine new strategies over time.

 
 
ISC INTO Officer

Seonghun Lim

 
Filippo Giardini

Business Economics Second Year Rep

 
Nightline breakfast

Free breakfast for Nightline volunteers.

 
Guild Points

Check your Guild Points balance online.

 
Engage fully with your support

Encourage students to stand and vote in elections, relating to the College and subjects within it. Encourage active volunteering in the subjects. Encourage students to use Student Ideas to propose and vote on ideas for change. Take full advantage of support staff in the Guild to assist with communication and active leadership by example.

 
ISC Welfare Officer

Andrew Chan Yue Wing

 
The University/Guild should sign-up to a specialist coffee cup recycling contract

This Idea came first in the competition for a share of the allocated University grant funds. We will work with the student proposer on project start-up and delivery.

 
Samuel Owen

Business Economics Second Year Rep

 
Improve Refreshers

Improve Refreshers and work with local clubs and companies for special deals.

 
Discounts with Guild Points

Use your Guild Points towards discounts at Guild outlets.

 
Actively lead your subject representation

An active leader is well prepared and knows what support systems exist to help them develop the best in everyone.

 
Livestreaming Equipment for the AU to broadcast BUCS fixtures on Wednesdays and afternoons.

This Idea came second in the competition for a share of the allocated University grant funds. We will work with the AU on project start-up and delivery.

 
Tomas Triginer Valenti

Deputy Chair

 
Continue ExeFest

Look into the continuation of ExeFest, the campus music festival.

 
Off-campus study space

Promoting study spaces off-campus like Devon and Exeter Institute

 
Actively communicate for subject representation

Active communication requires constant work and development, to make certain that as much information is available as possible.

 
ISC Cultural Events Officer

Jacqueline Chan

 
More paper/cardboard recycling points all around campus

This Idea came third in the competition for a share of the allocated University grant funds. We will work with the student proposer on project start-up and delivery.

 
Student Ideas

Utilise the DH1 screens for updates on Student Ideas.

 
A&V Room Bookings

Simplicity of design and access for room bookings.

 
 
To have some Virtual Reality PC's & headsets at St Lukes for immersive learning

This suggestion would pass as an ordinary Student Idea. We will provide relevant information to the University about all Gold Ideas which would have passed, for them to consider any action they may want to take.

 
What do the Sabbs do?

Improve communication and give insight into what the Sabbs actually do on a day-to-day basis.

 
Supporting Nightline

Lobby for Nightline volunteers to get breakfast at university halls

 
A Subway on campus!

This suggestion would pass as an ordinary Student Idea. We will provide relevant information to the University about all Gold Ideas which would have passed, for them to consider any action they may want to take.

 
Online A&V and Music budgets

The A&V and Music budget to be put online to increase transparency and make scrutiny easier.

 
Society committee training

Training days for incoming society committees to make them aware of procedures regarding risk assessments, reimbursement and other events related aspects. Making it further accessible through using more pictures, less words.

 
Work within the framework

An active leader is aware of the relationships which exist and the structures they work within to direct support and feedback to the right people.

 
Microwaves in the St.Lukes Library

This suggestion would pass as an ordinary Student Idea. We will provide relevant information to the University about all Gold Ideas which would have passed, for them to consider any action they may want to take.

 
Society funding resources

Create a Guild resource guide on how and where to get society and funding help.

 
Promote wellbeing services

Promoting the services provided by the Students' Guild Advice Unit and the Wellbeing Centre. Emphasising these as safe and confidential spaces.

 
Employability and Careers Role

To represent student views on Employability within the subject, and potentially also be involved with relations with Alumni of Exeter.

 
My Idea is that in summer we should celebrate an amazing year in style - with 'Spill on the Hill'.

Given the costs involved in this Idea, it would have failed as an ordinary Student Idea. It therefore fails and no further action will be taken.

 
Review Guild grant funding

Re-evaluate Guild grant funding to include repeat events and to help out new societies more

 
Clarifying mitigation procedures

Providing clarity on the criteria, application process and deadlines associated with mitigation.

 
Quality Assurance Role

Subject Chairs have a general remit over Quality Assurance within their subject. The quality assurance role can also be devolved to an elected or volunteer student within the subject.

 
Be Accountable

Be held to public account on the Guild website; to be held to account by attendance at official meetings, voting record, election promises and actions and decisions taken whilst in elected Executive office.

 
Ski lift or something of the sort to help students get up forum hill.

Given the costs involved in this Idea, it would have failed as an ordinary Student Idea. It therefore fails and no further action will be taken.

 
Xmedia independence

Safeguard the independence and budget of Xmedia.

 
Stress relief workshops

Stress relief workshops and events on campus not just during exam season but also during high deadline season (coffee deals, bouncy castle!)

 
Student-Staff Liaison Committee Role

To attend (numbers permitting) SSLC meetings throughout the year and communicate issues in to the meeting, and feedback outcomes to students.

 
Communicate

Talk to students face-to-face or by email or social media, and share their concerns and ideas with others.

 
Install more regular shuttle busses from distant accommodations.

This suggestion would pass as an ordinary Student Idea. We will provide relevant information to the University about all Gold Ideas which would have passed, for them to consider any action they may want to take.

 
Support small media

Promote and support smaller media societies such as The Undergraduate, Razz and PearShaped.

 
St. Luke's drop-in

Have and promote weekly Drop-In Days at St. Luke’s

 
Support student feedback Role

Student representatives within Academic Representation might be elected or volunteers; the role is the same for either.

 
Actually do something

Actually campaign, lead and bring about change.

 
 
Secure Multi-Faith group Prayer Space on Campus

This suggestion would pass as an ordinary Student Idea. We will provide relevant information to the University about all Gold Ideas which would have passed, for them to consider any action they may want to take.

 
Interfaith prayer space

Create an interfaith prayer space on campus for our faith societies.

 
St. Luke's Societies & Subject Reps

Fortnightly meetings with guild and society representatives on St. Luke’s campus.

 
Accountability for elected Subject Reps

Elected subject reps are accountable to the students who are eligible to stand and vote for subject rep posts. This is normally all students taking any subject-specific module in a given subject.

 
Be professional

Be professional when performing the elected role.

 
Mature student study space

This idea has failed and no further action will be taken.

 
Collaborative interfaith events

Encourage more collaborative events such as an interfaith sports competition.

 
International Students

Regular check in and follow up with International Students' representatives.

 
Accountability for volunteer Subject Reps

Volunteer subject reps are accountable to the elected Subject Chair, who has been elected by students and who represents all students taking subject-specific modules in any given subject.

 
Life skill classes (adult acclimatisation class) AAC

This suggestion would pass as an ordinary Student Idea. We will provide relevant information to the University about all Gold Ideas which would have passed, for them to consider any action they may want to take.

 
 
Postgraduate Society

Constant contact with Postgraduate Society as it is often the primary point of contact.

 
Buy a robot library police officer to kick out first years during finals

Given the costs involved in this Idea, it would have failed as an ordinary Student Idea. It therefore fails and no further action will be taken.

 
Postgraduate Vice-Presidents

Support incoming VP Taught Postgraduates and VP Research Postgraduates in their roles and devise ways to increase postgraduate student engagement.

 
Fix The Plugs In The Law Library

This suggestion would pass as an ordinary Student Idea. We will provide relevant information to the University about all Gold Ideas which would have passed, for them to consider any action they may want to take.

 
Career Zone appointments

Lobby for an online booking system for Career Zone appointments.

 
Install a 60ft Helter skelter outside the Forum

Given the costs involved in this Idea, it would have failed as an ordinary Student Idea. It therefore fails and no further action will be taken.

 
AU and Guild collaboration

Facilitate bookings for Guild’s sport related events.

 
Gold confetti cannons in the Lemmy

This idea has failed and no further action will be taken.

 
National Union of Students

Representing the student voices of Exeter at a national level by participating in more conferences and spreading awareness about NUS

 
Calisthenics Park on St Lukes campus

This idea has failed as too few students voted, and no further action will be taken.

 
A sleeping pod/ nap room

This suggestion would pass as an ordinary Student Idea. We will provide relevant information to the University about all Gold Ideas which would have passed, for them to consider any action they may want to take.

 
A bigger library with much more seats

This suggestion would pass as an ordinary Student Idea. We will provide relevant information to the University about all Gold Ideas which would have passed, for them to consider any action they may want to take.

 
 
Set up a constructive complaining/concerns webpage

Although this would have passed as an ordinary Student Idea, the high confused mark despite considerable additional information being given indicates that the concept would be difficult to deliver. We think Student Ideas covers most of what the idea is actually asking for.

 
Buy a new Guild van

This idea has failed and no further action will be taken.

 
Installing a kitchen with hot water facilities in the library for tea/coffee

This suggestion would pass as an ordinary Student Idea. We will provide relevant information to the University about all Gold Ideas which would have passed, for them to consider any action they may want to take.

 
Use the money to allocate students print credit each term.

This suggestion would pass as an ordinary Student Idea. We will provide relevant information to the University about all Gold Ideas which would have passed, for them to consider any action they may want to take. Given a share of the total grant money allocated; print credits for all students would have amounted to around 11 pence per student per term – we will work around either digital submission (to remove costs) or equalising the two submission systems in terms of cost.

 
Dig a big hole and move the physics building underground

Given the costs involved in this Idea, it would have failed as an ordinary Student Idea. It therefore fails and no further action will be taken.

 
Shelters for bike stands at Old Library and the main stand on St Luke's

This idea has failed due to low voter numbers, and no further action will be taken.

 
 
Consolidate 3rd year lecture and tutorials into 2 hour double slots

This Idea would have failed as an ordinary Student Idea due to the high confused score. Anyone wanting changes to lectures and seminars on their individual courses are advised to seek assistance from the Subject Chair or Subject Reps to have the issues bought to their SSLC.

 
Get air conditioning in Newman Blue!

This suggestion would pass as an ordinary Student Idea. We will provide relevant information to the University about all Gold Ideas which would have passed, for them to consider any action they may want to take.

 
Left handed or non-biased chairing

This suggestion would pass as an ordinary Student Idea. We will provide relevant information to the University about all Gold Ideas which would have passed, for them to consider any action they may want to take. Although this idea has a 3% confused rating, we think the outcome desired is clear and therefore the idea can pass.

 
 
Commission a local artist to paint a picture of our Vice-Chancellor riding a unicorn in space

Given the costs involved in this Idea, it would have failed as an ordinary Student Idea. It therefore fails and no further action will be taken.

 
Give a £5,000 grant, spread evenly across them, to the three XMedia Societies

This idea has failed and no further action will be taken.

 
Add a section to the iExeter app that allows people to see how busy the classes / facilities are

This suggestion would pass as an ordinary Student Idea. We will provide relevant information to the University about all Gold Ideas which would have passed, for them to consider any action they may want to take. Although this has a high confused vote, the outcome requested is very clear and does not require further description to determine what is being asked for.

 
Cheaper prices in the Ram

Given the costs involved in this Idea, it would have failed as an ordinary Student Idea. It therefore fails and no further action will be taken.

 
Replace the staging in the M and D Room with a system suitable for use, and safe.

Given the costs involved in this Idea, it would have failed as an ordinary Student Idea. It therefore fails and no further action will be taken.

 
Have regular opportunities for students to play with or cuddle animals.

This suggestion would pass as an ordinary Student Idea. We will provide relevant information to the University about all Gold Ideas which would have passed, for them to consider any action they may want to take.

 
A mental health hub in the forum

This Idea was withdrawn at the request of the submitter. 27/11/2017

 
The Guild should buy a helicopter

This Gold Idea has been closed following a complaint.

 
Replace the forum piano with a new, white Steinway and Son's grand piano

A brand new Steinway costs significantly more than £1,000. This Idea has failed to reach the required number of voters to pass as a Large Idea for Guild funding. Given the 9% confused rating the idea does not have sufficient democratic evidence to be passed on. No further action will be taken.

 
All lecturers to be taught formally how to use the lecture recording software

We shall have a conversation about the training given and how to develop or improve the capture services on offer with regards to quality.

 
Get microwaves all over campus and some back in the forum and in the market place

We shall contact the University and work towards a mid to long term plan for provision of microwaves in useful places where student access can be made easier.

 
Install coin machines in or by laundry rooms

We shall pass on this information to Campus Services to review the current arrangements with laundry facilities and change availability.

 
Introduce a reusable cup discount for the cafe in Queens Building

This idea has failed to reach the minimum number of voters and fails. No further action will be taken.

 
 
Ask the guild to stop advertising outlandishly expensive private accommodation on official sites

The Guild receives essential income from offering external companies advertising space. Whilst we shall pass this idea on to the Commercial team for consideration it would take an instructional policy with ethical considerations or explicit instructions passed by a Large Idea to stop particular kinds of advertisement.

 
Beds on campus for naps!

This idea has failed and no further action will be taken.

 
 
Put blinds in Pieminister!

We will ask again for a quotation for blinds for Pieminister. In the event that this is less than £1,000 we shall look to see what can be done.

 
Invoice the AU for holding their elections

This Idea instructed us in a way that would have meant raising an invoice for work already done; without a purchase order it was fiscal in nature and became a Large Idea. As a Large Idea it has failed to reach the minimum number of voters required.

 
Have a mexican stand in Devonshire House and an Indian food stand in the Forum

This Idea has not got the minimum number of voters, and fails. No further action will be taken.

 
We need more spaces - designate spaces for undergrad first years and so on

This Idea has a high confused rating, so we will ask the Proposer for clarification of the Idea and then take the result to Shadow Council.

 
Have hot water machines everywhere

We shall pass the idea on to Campus Services to look again at the provision of drinkable hot water on campus.

 
Paper recycling bins

This is an ongoing student project.

 
 
We need the foood trucks more than twice a month as they provide diversity to us students

This is a duplicate of an existing Idea which is open for voting. It has been refused.

 
 
Replace the revolving doors in the Forum

This idea is a duplicate of an existing idea which is still open for action. It has been refused.

 
Move student societies creation to Student Ideas

This Idea has not reached the minimum number of voters required and fails. No further action will be taken.

 
The Media Suite should be equipped with a fridge.

This idea is a win and no further action will be taken.

 
 
Bring back the halloumi sandwiches in the RAM

We shall pass the scores and suggestion on to the Ram for consideration and possible implementation.

 
More tissues in Guild shop

The Idea has not got the minimum number of voters and fails. No further action will be taken.

 
Make a £2.99 vegan meal in the Marketplace

We will pass the Idea on to the Marketplace; which is University-managed.

 
International Year One students at INTO should get full access to the career zone

We shall take this Idea to the University and INTO to see what can be arranged; given the existing contractual relationship.

 
Allow for open suggestions for Grad Ball as in previous years

The Idea did not achieve 25 voters and fails. No further action will be taken.

 
 
Place a zebra crossing on Rennes Drive at the bottom of forum hill

This Idea is a duplicate of one which has passed and is waiting for action, and is therefore refused.

 
Larger or second gym facility on Streatham Campus

6% of the voters were confused. We shall consult with the original proposer to get additional clarity, then take the outcome to Shadow Council.

 
An option to recycle paper/card on Campus

This is already an ongoing student project and closes 12 December 2017

 
Stop people smoking inside the North Park Road bus stop, unwanted smoke is unpleasant to be next to

12% of the voters were confused. We shall consult with the original proposer to get additional clarity, then take the outcome to Shadow Council.

 
Have a page or link to the AU President's profile on the Guild website

We shall look carefully at this idea and carry it out if it is feasible in the long-term.

 
Start selling hard shakes in the Grove Diner again

The Grove will stock these again in January 2017

 
Remind Road users of the safe use of the pedestrian crossing on Prince of Wales Road

This Idea has failed as the number of voters was lower than 25. No further action will be taken.

 
Remove group work tables from the law library as they generate noise in a silent study area!

We will pass this Idea to the library for them to determine actions.

 
Plastic Recycling Scheme with Reward

This Idea has failed as the number of voters was lower than 25. No further action will be taken.

 
 
Introduce bottled sauces in the Ram for curly fries rather than the small packets

The Ram used to use bottled sauces, but theft of the bottles made the option exceptionally expensive and inconvenient for all.

 
 
Free coffee, hot chocolate and cup of tea machine by library entrance

The costs with free hot drinks are likely to be prohibitively high for this idea to be carried out.

 
It would be great if a little cafe could be opened up in the Washington Singer Building

This Idea has failed as the number of voters was lower than 25. No further action will be taken.

 
Replace Marketplace in the Forum with an M&S Food Hall

Several Ideas have passed relating to changes to the Marketplace. This is unlikely to happen, but we shall pass it on.

 
Mindfulness training for staff so it can be incorporated into teaching

This Idea has failed as the number of voters was lower than 25. No further action will be taken.

 
I would eat every day in the Terrace Canteen if they supplied a really good salad bar

This Idea has failed as the number of voters was lower than 25. No further action will be taken.

 
Make the Friday food market weekly again

December 14 2017: President Shades has a meeting with the Acting Director of Commercial Services at the University next week.

 
Expand the library downwards another two floors

This idea has been vetoed by Shadow Council: December 2017

 
Introduce a 'like' button on Student Idea comments.

The current comment system doesn’t allow for this to happen, but we have some ideas in mind for improvements and will look at implementing those over the Christmas vacation.

 
2 week January Exam period

This evidence of student-desired change will be given to the VP Education to carry forward in conversations with the University over time-tabling.

 
A 300MBPS upgraded eduroam

This Idea passes and enters the waiting list

 
Implement a student-only parking bay for commuting students

The implementation of this Idea comes under the University and will probably require longer-term planning as the car parking space on campus is limited.
Updates will be given here once a disussion takes place.

 
Mandatory Ideas

The Idea has failed and no further action will be taken.

 
The Ram should start selling stubby beers

Purchasing for the Guild outlets has several layers of contractual obligations. If it is possible to source a supply, and is commercially viable, then this should happen in the mid-term.

 
Live stream lectures

Response from the university listed on this page

 
Open the aquarium to all students

As the Idea has a 9% confused vote, the proposer will be asked to clarify the request; and the subsequent information will go to Shadow Council for a vote on whether to veto the Idea.

 
Redesign the entrances to the forum

This idea is a duplicate of one which is open for action, and has therefore been refused.

 
Use Ecosia as default search engine

The Idea has scored 47% and enters the waiting list for action to be taken.

 
More academic support for English as a second language

The Idea has scored 46% and enters the waiting list for action to be taken

 
Make the SABB's wear uniforms so we can easily recognise them

The idea has failed on scoring and no further action will be taken.

 
Rename the position of Guild Chair to 'Imperial Cake Defender'

Shadow Council has Vetoed this student Idea.

 
Rename the position of VP Activities to 'VP Fun'

Shadow Council has Vetoed this student Idea.

 
Stocking up on various laptop chargers for use by students

The idea scores 38% and fails. No further action will be taken.

 
To have Forum Seminar rooms open past 10pm for students to be able to use as study rooms

The idea has scored 72% and enters the waiting list for action.

 
Add more gluten free vegan options in the guild shops, market place etc.

The idea has failed on scoring and no further action wil be taken.

 
Rename the Evangelical Christian Union to Exeter Christian Union

The idea has failed on scoring and no further action will be taken.

 
Get the university to double the Guild's budget

Referred to Shades as Guild representative on the Budget Scrutiny Group.

 
Install an escalator on forum hill

The Idea has scored 52% and enters the waiting list for action to be taken.

 
The Ram should serve caviar

The idea failed on scoring and no further action will be taken.

 
Display student ideas on the screens around the Guild to increase student awareness and engagement

Change Team staff have been trained on the use of info screens and the Ideas template will launch at the beginning of December.

 
Put a glass roof over the roof terrace and create a sky garden

The Idea has scored 56% and enters the waiting list for action.

 
Install nap pods in the Guild

The Idea failed to reach 475 voters and has failed.

 
Leave the NUS

The proposer did not reply to communication about establishing a campaign, and this Idea is therefore refused.

 
Take a motion to NUS National Conference that requests that Conference no platforms itself

The Idea was vetoed at Shadow Council on 29 November 2017.

 
Get a cool sponsor for the Guild

Passed to Shades for response

 
Reward students with Guild points for creating and voting on student ideas

The Idea has passed, and the costs are not excessive. Action will be taken to determine a way of carrying this Idea out; if possible.

 
Publish a history of all of the changes made to the student ideas rules page

The Idea did not get 25 voters, and has failed. No further action will be taken.

 
A day promoting British meat and agriculture

The idea has scored 34% and fails. No further action will be taken.

 
Put signs outside the Sanctuary and on each desk that show that it is a silent study space

This Idea is a duplicate of an existing live Idea, and is refused.

 
On the Guild Website, articulate EXACTLY how the scoring system of Student Ideas works

The idea did not get enough voters and failed. No further action will be taken.

 
Give the Guild Chair cake

This idea has failed and no further action will be taken.

 
Stop Peter Chalk works

The idea has failed and no further action will be taken.

 
More recycling bins at Point Exe

The idea did not achieve 25 voters, and fails. No further action will be taken.

 
 
Announce deadlines for Society Grant applications before they happen

This idea has been rejected as being within the control of Societies Executive

 
The Guild should have one day a week where foie gras is promoted

The idea failed and no further action will be taken.

 
Recycling bins for coffee cups next to all regular bins

This Idea is an active duplicate to an existing idea.

 
Floor plug sockets for DH1

As the idea did not reach the 425 voter minimum to pass as a Large Idea it fails. No further action will be taken.

 
More cycle parking areas

The idea has not reached 25 voters, and fails. No further action will be taken.

 
More washing machines and drying machines in accommodation

The Idea did not achieve 25 voters, and fails. No further action will be taken.

 
Pastoral support officer in CEMPS

The Idea did not achieve 25 voters, and fails. No Further Action will be taken.

 
Create a food donation stall at the Forum

This Idea has been rejected and no further action will be taken.

 
Providing an Access representative

The Idea has failed and no further action will be taken.

 
Install mirrors into Cornwall House Activity Room 3

This Idea has failed and no further action will be taken.

 
Pool table in or around Devonshire House

The Idea did not get 25 or more votes, and fails. No further action will be taken.

 
Better wifi in halls

The Idea failed to achieve 25 voters, and fails. No further action will be taken.

 
Fix the sound mixing in the Ram

This idea did not get 25 voters and fails. No further action will be taken.

 
A designated napping room on campus for students to sleep in

The idea failed on scoring. No further action will be taken.

 
Give me free cake every 8am lecture

The idea has failed on scoring and no further action will be taken.

 
Nap rooms throughout the term

The idea did not get 25 voters and fails. No further action will be taken.

 
Menus for onsite food dispensaries on campus on the student guild website

Fewer than 25 students voted, and this Idea has failed

 
Make guild points more rewarding

Fewer than 25 students voted, and the idea fails.

 
The Students' Guild on St Luke's campus needs to start selling a range of food

This Idea has failed and no further action will be taken.

 
Have a shuttle bus from Duryard halls to main campus

The Idea has failed and no further action will be taken.

 
Promote Ecosia to help improve the lives of those suffering caused by deforestation

The Idea has failed and no further action will be taken.

 
Coffee machine in Library/Forum

This idea has failed and no further action will be taken.

 
Restore the H bus to its previous route

The idea has failed and no further action will be taken.

 
Install water fountains in X-Keys on St Luke's Campus

The Idea has failed and no further action will be taken.

 
Improve WiFi connection and cell reception inside Birks Grange

The idea has failed and no further action will be taken.

 
Open the inter-block doors in Holland Halls

This idea has failed and no further action will be taken.

 
An iron cast toastie/sandwich maker for the Marketplace

This Idea has failed and no further action will be taken.

 
Bring back stamping at the Lemmy

This Idea is a WIN, click to read response.

 
Install a water machine into Cornwall House

This Idea has passed with 73% and goes for action.

 
Make Good Boy the dog an official Sabbatical Officer

The Idea failed to get 25 voters, and has failed.

 
More information about PhD applications

Idea win: The Doctoral College and the Guild will run a campaign on how to apply for a funded or unfunded PhD, and will put together better resources on research proposal writing.

 
Significantly improve the women's changing facilities at Duckes Meadow Playing Fields

Jim tells us that the urinals are now removed, and further work is underway.
This idea is now closed and no further action will take place.

 
Replace forum lavatory hand driers with more effective models

Campus Services have agreed to update the driers on the next review, this idea is now closed and no further action will take place.

 
9 month or rolling 1 month gym membership

The Idea has passed with 69% and gets passed to the AU President for action.

 
Paper Recycling next to all University Printers

This is already an ongoing student project and closes 28 December 2017

 
Actually let us use the doors on the top floor of the library to exit into the forum

This idea has scored 66% and gets added to the waiting list for action.

 
Loan for lockers should be available and renewable in both Forum and St. Luke's

This idea fails because of capacity issues but has been passed on as a suggestion for future hub builds.

 
Bring back jugs of water in the ram

This idea fails on 28 November 2017

 
Add in paper/cardboard recycling bins

This is already an ongoing student project and closes 28 December 2017

 
Reinstall the pedestrian crossing between Amory Building and Streatham Court

The idea has scored 64% and enters the waiting list for action.

 
Add more water fountains/water bottle refill stations in the University

The request for a fountain in the forum is still open

 
Student cards should expire after graduation

We are considering different options with SID

 
Get rid of the revolving doors in the Forum and install automatic doors

The Idea scored 63% and enters the waiting list.

 
More recycling points around campus for disposable coffee cups

This is already an ongoing student project and closes 28 December 2017

 
Bring back chicken goujons to the Ram basket meals menu

The Ram's new head chef is overhauling the menu with freshly handmade items and will consider a breaded chicken option.

 
Remind students that the Sanctuary is a silent study space

Meeting with the forum managers about signage

 
Postbox on campus

The Idea has passed with 62% and enters the waiting list.

 
If a student idea or campaign is receiving traction, it should be sent out in a weekly email...

Student Ideas will now feature in the Guild Times. This Idea closes as a win.

 
The University should stop using EClaims to pay Postgraduate Teaching Assistants

This Idea has been taken on by VP PGRand PGT as a campaign and closes as a win.

 
Bring 'The Market' to St. Luke's once a month

The idea has passed with 60% and enters the waiting list for action.

 
Allow us to download lectures from recap instead of only being able to stream them

University has rejected this idea, response below. Passed to Bry for further action.

 
Open large forum lockers to all students

This idea fails due to accessibility and capacity issues.

 
Open the doors on the top floor of the library

After consultation with the Library, the Idea has been failed due to stock security and footfall disrupting study. However, in light of this Idea, the doors might be opened at a later date

 
Introduce break clause in accommodation agreement allowing to withdraw after 3 months

This Idea has failed, a statement from the Accommodation Office has been issued.

 
More bins around campus

This Idea has passed with 58% and enters the waiting list.

 
Kettle and microwave facilities for Undergraduates

The Idea scored 58% and enters the waiting list.

 
Set up food waste bins in Exeter

The idea scored 58% and gets added to the waiting list for action.

 
Bring back sofas in the Ram!

This idea Fails 28 November 2017

 
Bring back the cheese sandwich in the Guild Shop

The cheese sandwich will be back in stock in January

 
Keep all food shops on campus open outside of term time for PGs and staff

This Idea has passed with 54% and enters the waiting list for action.

 
Put a surcharge on straws in the Lemon Grove

The Idea scored 49% and enters the waiting list.

 
Lower the rent price for Lafrowda and Birks Grange self catered

The Idea scores 47% and enters the waiting list.

 
Rename the Guild Shop the Ewe Shop, in honour of the predecessor of the Grove Diner

This idea has passed with a score of 47% and enters the waiting list.

 
Make more study space

This idea closes as a win on 21 November 2017. New University Hubs are available soon.

 
Cardiac hill to be made slip-proof (or safer in general)

Meeting on 30 November 2017 to see if Direct Works have the skillset or equipment to complete any relevant works.

 
Dedicated Postgrad study space on Streatham campus

The Idea failed to get 25 voters, and has failed. No further action will be taken.

 
Greater range of food products sourced from free-range or local suppliers

The idea has failed due to low voter numbers and no further action will be taken.

 
Rename [redacted] to [redacted]

This Idea has been subject to a complaint from a student as being problematic; voting is closed on this Idea.

 
Make MA inductions more engaging and useful

The Idea did not get enough voters, and has failed. No further action will be taken.

 
Map on iExeter of Water Fountains

Fewer than 25 students voted, and the Idea has failed. No further action will be taken.

 
Filter out emails that are irrelevant to part-time PG students not living in Exeter

The Idea did not get the minimum 25 voters, and therefore fails. No further action will be taken.

 
The University website is not engaging enough

The Idea did not get the minimum 25 voters, and therefore fails. No further action will be taken.

 
Deal more effectively with food waste on campus

The Idea did not get the minimum 25 voters, and therefore fails. No further action will be taken.

 
24 hour food store for library

The Idea did not get the minimum 25 voters, and therefore fails. No further action will be taken.

 
Dedicated postgraduate study spaces at St Luke's

The Idea did not get the minimum 25 voters, and therefore fails. No further action will be taken.

 
Record mandatory courses for part time and distance learning students

The Idea did not get the minimum 25 voters, and therefore fails. No further action will be taken.

 
Helping PostGrad students feeling part of the university

The Idea did not get the minimum 25 voters, and therefore fails. No further action will be taken.

 
Reshuffle the layout of the Guild societies page

This Idea requested a restructuring of society groupings, which was referred to Societies Executive.

 
Support network for those who have problems with their supervisors

The Idea did not get the minimum 25 voters, and therefore fails. No further action will be taken.

 
Separate/more information emails and induction for part-time Masters students

The Idea did not get the minimum 25 voters, and therefore fails. No further action will be taken.

 
Part-time PGR students in Humanities need their own lockers

The Idea did not get the minimum 25 voters, and therefore fails. No further action will be taken.

 
Downloadable maps for pleasant walk routes to discover the campus

The Idea did not get the minimum 25 voters, and therefore fails. No further action will be taken.

 
More e-books in the library for students who are studying with Exeter, but are based overseas

The Idea did not get the minimum 25 voters, and therefore fails. No further action will be taken.

 
Please can the university recommend Survey Monkey instead of Lime Survey

The Idea did not get the minimum 25 voters, and therefore fails. No further action will be taken.

 
Facilitate distance PGT student experience by promoting student led online meetings

The Idea did not get the minimum 25 voters, and therefore fails. No further action will be taken.

 
Improve distance learning by creating videos and online tutorials/workshops

The Idea did not get the minimum 25 voters, and therefore fails. No further action will be taken.

 
Increase the annual research allowance for PhD students

The Idea did not get the minimum 25 voters, and therefore fails. No further action will be taken.

 
Reduce the time to process and return student expense claims

The Idea did not get the minimum 25 voters, and therefore fails. No further action will be taken.

 
Have ecocups on campus, and have real incentives to use them in the different coffee shops

The Idea did not get the minimum 25 voters, and therefore fails. No further action will be taken.

 
More discount for students, especially for the some special days

The Idea did not get the minimum 25 voters, and therefore fails. No further action will be taken.

 
More activities on St Luke's campus

The Idea did not get the minimum 25 voters, and therefore fails. No further action will be taken.

 
Celebrate St David's Day in the Ram

This Idea has passed with 56% and a St David's Day Celebration has been added to the Ram events calendar.

 
Convert the energy that is created as gym members work out on the equipment at the University gym

This Idea is currently lapsed as additional information is needed from the submitter.

 
A society/community where music producers, DJ's, and vocalists can meet, collaborate on songs

This Idea requested a society affiliation, which was referred to Activities & Volunteering.

 
More affordable graduation robes

The Idea did not get the minimum 25 voters, and therefore fails. No further action will be taken.

 
Full subscription access to major news outlets

The Idea did not get the minimum 25 voters, and therefore fails. No further action will be taken.

 
Post boxes on campus

The Idea did not get the minimum 25 voters, and therefore fails. No further action will be taken.

 
Make online module selection process easier

The Idea did not get 25 voters minimum, and therefore fails. No further action will be taken.

 
Favourite food for catered halls

The Idea did not get 25 voters minimum, and therefore fails. No further action will be taken.

 
Improve laundry facilities

The Idea did not get 25 voters minimum, and therefore fails. No further action will be taken.

 
More cardboard recycling and general waste bins

The Idea did not get 25 voters minimum, and therefore fails. No further action will be taken.

 
Repeal and Replace Student Ideas

This Idea has failed as it did not pass the Large Idea thresholds. No further action will be taken on this Idea.

 
No-platform Katie Hopkins

This Idea has failed. No further action will be taken.

 
Stop putting victim blaming posters up in the Ram

This Idea has failed. No further action will be taken.

 
Put all academic office hours on the University website

This Idea failed as too few students voted. No further action will be taken on this Idea.

 
Make it illegal to have more than one NUS referendum every five years

This Idea was refused as it requested an outcome that would be unlawful under s.22 (2)(l)(ii) Education Act 1994.

 
Please can we turn the heating down in the library

This Idea failed as too few students voted. No further action will be taken on this Idea.

 
The Guild should disaffiliate from the National Union of Students

Withdrawn by the proposer before a vote went live.

 
Put on an undergraduate and masters research symposium

This Idea failed as too few students voted. No further action will be taken on this Idea.

 
Rename Queens Building and Queens Drive

This Idea has failed. No further action will be taken on this Idea.

 
Guild Points checker on iExeter

This Idea failed as too few students voted, however you can check the number of Guild Points you have using the Guild Points checker.

As this Idea has already been implemented, this Idea is complete.

 
All 2016 Student Ideas

This is the full archive of all Student Ideas from the 2016-17 year.
There were 240 Ideas. 6,404 students cast 18,838 votes.

 
All 2015 Student Ideas

This is the full archive of all 2015-16 Student Ideas and Student Votes.
There were 436 Ideas. 1,781 students cast 23,854 votes.

 
All 2014 and earlier Student Votes

This is the full archive of pre 2015 Ideas, Votes and referendums.
In 2014 there were 114 Student Ideas and 3 Student Votes.

 
Ram to show multiple sports events simultaneously

This Idea has failed, and no further action will be taken.

 
Support short-time accommodation

The Idea has failed due to a lack of voters, and no further action will be taken.

 
Refer to [redacted] in all promotional media as 'The A&V Desk' only

This Idea has been subject to a complaint from a student as being problematic; voting is closed on this Idea.