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Incoming Trans and Nonbinary Liberation Officer: Elliot Byrom

Elliot Byrom is the new Trans and Nonbinary Liberation officer for Edinburgh University Students’ Association. Jane Ditchfield, a writer for The Student, sat down with Elliot for a chat about…

The stagnant state of student politics

Used in countries such as India, Venezuela and Brazil, online voting has long been cited as a potential cure for our ailing voter participation in the UK. Yet if the…

ELECTIONS RESULTS: The Students’ Association’s Liberation Officers

LGBT+ Liberation Officer Congratulations Rosie! Rosie, a second-year Biological Sciences student, is a University of Edinburgh Students’ Association Wellbeing Officer, the lead coordinator of WellCom, a KB peer support scheme,…

Statement from Helena Carver: the only woman running for President

Statement from Helena Carver on her decision to enter the Presidental election fray. “As the only woman running for the presidency, I am committed to leading the Students’ Association in…

Disabled Students’ Liberation candidate: Iona Douglas

The Student contacted Disabled Students’ Liberation candidate Iona regarding her campaign and manifesto. To read Iona’s manifesto, click here. What motivated you to run for this position? For the past…

Disabled Students’ Liberation candidate: Orfhlaith McDevitt

The Student contacted Disabled Liberation candidate Orfhlaith regarding her campaign and manifesto. To read Orfhlaith’s manifesto, click here. What motivated you to run for this position? I have a pretty…

Disabled Students’ Liberation candidate: Ellen Blunsdon

The Student contacted Disabled Students’ Liberation Officer candidate Ellen regarding her campaign and manifesto. To read Ellen’s manifesto, click here. What motivated you to run for this position? As a…

Women’s Liberation candidate: Martha Reilly

The Student contacted Women’s Liberation candidate Martha regarding her campaign and manifesto. To read Martha’s manifesto, click here. What motivated you to run for this position? The simplest answer is…