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March 3, 2008 | by  | in News |
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VUWSA Exec Profiles

A guide to the people that represent YOU.
Or at least just the ones who responded.

Joel Cosgrove (President), Mark Newton (Environment Officer), William Wu (International Students Officer), Georgie Dickson (Women’s Rights Officer), Fiona McDonald (Activities Officer), Seamus Brady (Education Officer B)

What is one thing you hope to achieve this year?
[No response given]

Helen or John (or other)?
[No response given]

Predict this year’s VUWSA Exec scandal.
[No response given]

Paul Brown (Education Vice-President)

What is one thing you hope to achieve this year?
Improve the class rep system with more buy from the university, improve consultation between the university and students and put the Student Guide online.

Helen or John (or other)?
Who will help VUWSA further our goals in the coming years?

Predict this year’s VUWSA Exec scandal.
No.

Melissa Barnard (Education Vice-President)

What is one thing you hope you achieve this year?
Better Campus Angels service.

Helen or John (or other)?
We all know the only one for me is Darren Hughes.

Predict this year’s VUWSA exec scandal.
None, we don’t do scandal.

Alexander Neilson (Administration Vice- President)

What is one thing you hope to achieve this year?
VUWSA-run surplus of $50,000.

Helen or John (or other)?
Helen

Predict this year’s VUWSA Exec scandal.
No.

Sonny Thomas (Campaigns Officer)

What is one thing you hope to achieve this year?
Run an effective universal student allowance campaign and get more students involved in campaigns on campus!

Helen or John (or other)?
Helen. She can stitch together a coalition better than anyone else. And she’s a better leader.

Predict this year’s VUWSA Exec scandal.
No.

Rachael Wright (Queer Officer)

What is one thing you hope to achieve this year?
Queer mentoring scheme, helping to create stimulating, thought-provoking, opinion-changing debates on campus, and making the world a more awesome place.

Helen or John (or other)?
They can both go lick my piss.

Predict this year’s VUWSA Exec scandal.
I shall wed Kate Moss, she shall become my (free) PA. Pete Doherty will consume too much cocaine, travel to Wellington to win her back, and end up barricading himself inside the VUWSA offices playing us all Babyshambles until we relent. However, my love for Kate Moss is too strong for him to overcome, and Pete Doherty shall instead become VUWSA President whilst Kate and I eat lots of pies and move to Taihape.

Katie de Roo (Clubs Officer)

What is one thing you hope to achieve this year?
Make myself known on campus so that I am an easy and accessible port of call for any issues/aspirations that clubs have.

Helen or John (or other)?
Helen 100%. She is a true [New Zealand] leader that will continue to take New Zealand forward as she has done from 1999. John will take us back to the 90s, and who wants that? Predict this year’s VUWSA Exec scandal. Melissa, alcohol, naked man, security… oh wait, hasn’t that already happened?

Predict this year’s VUWSA Exec scandal.
Melissa, alcohol, naked man, security… oh wait, hasn’t that already happened?

Stefan Tyler (Education Officer A)

What is one thing you hope to achieve this year?
To improve the systems that allow students to have their say about how the University is run.

Helen or John (or other)?
Um what

Predict this year’s VUWSA Exec scandal.
[No response given]

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