Electoral Reforms to be put to Council

This evening's meeting of QUBSU Council is set to be a lively one. Not only will council deal with “Issues arising from the 2013 Union of Students in Ireland (USI) Congress,” but there have also been a number of constitutional amendments suggested with a view to reforming sabbatical officer election procedures. The elections, held atContinue reading “Electoral Reforms to be put to Council”

Polling Day Three – Live Blog

12.14 – Good day to all on this rainy final day of polling in the QUBSU elections, and the final day of the Gown’s live blog. 12.16 – Firstly, some statistics. Yesterday’s polling has changed the tables of the highest turnout per school : 1 – School of Politics, International Studies and Philosophy  – 28.7%Continue reading “Polling Day Three – Live Blog”

Polling Day Two Live Blog

[liveblog] 12.25 – Welcome to the second day of our live blog. We’re a bit late starting today, but there’s not much happening. The only people occupying the wall at the front of the Lanyon are from the Christian Union. If anyone’s interested, they’ve got some tea urns on the go. 12.29 – The votingContinue reading “Polling Day Two Live Blog”