SUBU VP Welfare & Community

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Tatiana Lutgens

Tatiana Lutgens

Manifesto Interview SEX – Taboo or natural? Being able to talk freely about sex and sexual health is key to a young student’s wellbeing, especially for those with the mindset of having the full ‘uni experience’. My aim is to…
Toluwa Atilade

Toluwa Atilade

Manifesto Interview As a second-year student who is currently the Women’s Liberation Officer, has previously been a National Union of Students (NUS) conference delegate and has worked alongside organisations that promote the wellbeing & welfare of young people in London,…
Rohit Motiramani

Rohit Motiramani

Manifesto Interview Hey BU family, my name is Rohit and I am running to be elected as the Vice President Welfare and Community. I believe that individual wellbeing is the essence of a healthy community, and as students we must…
Niza Waterfield

Niza Waterfield

Manifesto Interview Hello, my name is Niza Waterfield. I’m running for Vice-President Welfare and community. Statistics show that 1 in 5 university students are affected by mental health issues. I believe that every student should be able to access the…
Natalie Dear

Natalie Dear

Manifesto Interview Together we can shape BU to support our communities, our mental health, and the future of our planet. My name is Natalie, and I’m running to be your Vice-President Welfare and Community. SUSTAINABLE PRACTICE More than 80% of…
Mohamed Hamed

Mohamed Hamed

Manifesto Interview “Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for. We are the change that we seek’’, Barack Obama. These are words that I have…
Basil Radhi

Basil Radhi

Manifesto Interview If I am elected as Vice president of Welfare and community the environmental sustainability of the university will be at the heart of all my policies – because, quite simply, a prosperous, thriving future will be green –…