Lead LUU 2019

The 6 successful candidates of this election will become the new Student Exec for LUU - representing all 38,000 of you, our members, on everything from the content of your course and the range of clubs and societies on offer, through to recycling where you live. From how much a meal deal costs in Essentials, as well as what support services you can access and making sure that we represent every kind of student - no matter your background, nationality, faith or sexuality. The six officers are also trustees of Leeds University Union for 2019-20. The editor of The Gryphon is elected alongside the Exec, taking charge of your student newspaper for the next year - holding the Exec and the Union to account.

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Activities Officer

Societies. Opportunities. Sports. The Activities Officer supports clubs and societies to help students develop and feel happy. They work with the Activities Exec to make sure clubs and societies are what students want. They will make sure University sports and co-curricular activities are well- supported.

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    Qin Fan Manifesto

    Let us enjoy the Fantastic, Wonderful, Gorgeous life in Leeds!

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    Peili He Manifesto

    Devoting myself totally to you to make your life more meaningful & colourful

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    Lydia Evans Manifesto

    Vote Lydia for Activities

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Community Officer

Housing. Transport. Crime. The Community Officer will make accommodation better so students enjoy living in Leeds. They will help students avoid crime to stay safe. They will represent students to make sure local public services meet their needs. They will encourage students to be active in their city so they get more out of being in Leeds.

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    Paula Daina Manifesto


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    Evie Robinson Manifesto

    Make Change Easy, Vote For Evie

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    Louisa Wocial Manifesto

    Get Social, Vote Wocial!

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    Cat Fairbairn Manifesto

    Vote Community Cat, there’s no doubt about that!

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    Phoebe Garside Manifesto

    Garside is on your side

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    Shiheng Zhang Manifesto


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Education Officer

Courses. Libraries. Learning. The Education Officer will help students run the University in partnership to shape how it works. They will represent students to the University to ensure their education meets their expectations. They will work with reps to make sure students have a say in how their course is run.

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Equality & Diversity Officer

Access. Inclusivity. Fairness. The E&D Officer will make sure that University services vary their approach to suit every student. They will allow all students to input into decisions so the Union meets all needs fairly. They will enact students’ ideas for removing barriers to getting the University experience they want.

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    Rochyne Delaney McNulty Manifesto

    Be the change. It starts with one.

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    Chlo Elliott Manifesto

    Bust down for Chloe-Ana

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    Xiao Xiao Manifesto

    Let's Make Friends!

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    Georgia Grant Manifesto

    Hit the G-Spot

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    Rachael Dickinson Manifesto

    Dickinson 4 Diversity

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    Penny Zhan Manifesto

    You need a Penny in your life

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Gryphon Editor

Society. Voice. Journalism The Gryphon Editor will help to keep students informed of events in the University, Union, and Leeds. They will provide a platform for students to have their voices heard. They will work to engage students with the issues affecting them on campus and beyond.

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Union Affairs Officer

Governance. Democracy. Finance. The Union Affairs Officer chairs the board of trustees and holds staff to account. They handle finances ensuring the money spent benefits students. They will meet students’ needs through the Union’s democratic system. They help govern the University to make sure it reflects the views of students. They represent Leeds students in the media.

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    Charlie Steele Manifesto


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    Lauren Huxley Manifesto

    Bring Baldy Back

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    Elizabeth Shu Manifesto

    Vote for me, speak for yourself

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    Ziran (Zara) Yang Manifesto

    Vote Zara 4 aFFairs!

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Welfare Officer

Health. Support. Happiness. The Welfare Officer will help students with their problems to make sure they have a great time at University. They will listen to students’ concerns so that issues can be identified and resolved. They will campaign to help staff and students build a happy, inclusive community.

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    Leo Adams Manifesto

    Join the Adams Family!

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    Olga Bogdou Manifesto

    Be the best you can be with Olga B

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    Amy Wells Manifesto

    Wells for Welfare!

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    Hannah Copsey Manifesto

    Hannah for HANdling Welfare

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    Bee Hodson

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    Natalie Figueredo Manifesto

    Let Figueredo Figure It Out

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    Kya Hany Manifesto

    Hire Kya, the girl on fire

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    Obri Gonzalez Manifesto

    Open Conversation with Team Gonzalez

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    Ella Murphy Manifesto

    Vote Ella for Welfare

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