This story is still in development. Keep checking this page for further updates. Edinburgh University Students’ Association (EUSA) has announced the results of their 2015 by-election at an event held in Teviot’s debating hall. The Student was present to witness the results. As the modestly-sized audience left the hall following the EUSA sabbatical officers’ […]
On Thursday night, results of the four sabbatical races in Edinburgh University Students Association (EUSA) were announced in the Teviot Debating Hall. The Student caught up with the winners in each race to hear their reactions. President-elect: Jonny Ross-Tatam Vote count: 2508 Candidate Field: 4 Rounds: Achieved quota in fourth round of voting By all social media metrics your […]
Urte Macikenaite has won the election for Vice President of Services (VPS) of Edinburgh University Students Association (EUSA) with 54.55% of the vote. Macikenaite won in the first round of voting with 1020 votes. In her victory speech Macikenaite said: “I’m really proud of what I’ve run and what I’ve stood for so thank you.” Macikenaite called for […]
Imogen Wilson has won the election for Vice President of Academic Affairs (VPAA) for Edinburgh University Students Election (EUSA). Wilson won in the fourth round of votes with 1157 votes. Speaking after her victory, Wilson said: “I’m really excited about making the things in my manifesto happen. Thank you so much everyone.” Wilson campaigned for […]
Jonny Ross-Tatam has been elected president of the Edinburgh University Students Association for the 2015-2016 school year. Ross-Tatum won in the fourth stage of voting, narrowly beating his runner-up opponent Theo Robertson-Bonds. In his victory speech, Ross-Tatum said: “It was an unbelievably good race all candidates. I think we should give a round of applause, […]
Andrew Peel has won the election for Vice President Societies and Activity (VPSA) of Edinburgh University Students Association (EUSA) with 1456 votes. He received 50.83% of the vote. As the only candidate to achieve quota for the election, Peel won without the need for second preferences. In his victory speech, Peel said: “I don’t even know what to […]
Last week, The Student sat down with each of the presidential candidates for an in-depth conversation on their policies and promises. What ensued was a series of detailed discussions on the feasibility and merit of each candidate’s platform. Click below to read the results.
For a couple of hundred hardy hacks it’s Christmas again, as student politics season rolls around once more. The Edinburgh University Student’s Association (EUSA) elections are well underway: the poster war has been fought, the debates have put the candidates to the sword and first years will soon find themselves perpetually answering their doors to […]