The votes have now been counted and verified, so Bobbie and myself are now happy to be able to formally announce the winners of this year’s HUS Support Team elections! Leading your Union next year will be:
President: Jack Hooper
Vice-President Internal: Tim Hubener
Vice-President External: Ruth Taylor
Treasurer: Radley Cunliffe
More details, including the voting breakdown, can be found here: https://www.vote.cusu.cam.ac.uk/homerton-hus/13-14/hussupport/
Congratulations to the winners, and thanks to all the candidates for running such great campaigns. Thanks also to YOU for making it such an exciting election, which saw one of the highest turnouts for several years. I wish everyone involved in the process, whether they won or not, the very best of luck for next year.
Finally, if you’ve been inspired to get involved with HUS next year, we will be running elections for the rest of the team early next term. We’ll be in touch very soon – so keep an eye on your hermes!
**Voting for the HUS Support Team 2014/15 candidates has now begun, and will close at 1am on Friday. Be sure to cast your vote before then! Many thanks to those of you who came to Hustings and made it such a lively and engaging event.
It’s that time of the year where you have the chance to vote for next year’s JCR Support Team. The nominations are in, and campaigning has begun! The positions available in this election period are President, Vice-President Internal, Vice-President External, and Treasurer. The candidates and their manifestos are as follows:
Vice-President Internal -
Vice-President External -
Head down to the Griffin this Tuesday (25th) to hear what the candidates have to say about their plans for next year. Each candidate will give a short speech, summarising their manifestos and providing more information on why they deserve your vote. You will then be able to ask them any questions you might have, or challenge anything you don’t agree with! This is a great opportunity to get a debate going, and to make sure that you use your vote wisely when voting opens at 10pm that evening. See you there!
P.S. The election period is very short, and whilst it can be annoying to see the College plastered with posters, we’d be grateful if you could resist from taking any down until the elections are over. If you are unhappy with the location of a poster, feel free to message me (fjd28) and I’ll look into it as swiftly as possible.
Hey all – just a brief note to let you know that I’ve made some further updates to the President’s Page about progress on various manifesto pledges and the like. You can view them here: http://www.husjcr.co.uk/support/presidents-page/ Enjoy!
IT’S ELECTION TIME!
The chance to be the President, Treasurer, Vice President Internal and Vice President External of next year’s HUS Executive are up for grabs over the next couple of weeks.
The important details are here:
Nominations OPEN at 10am on Thursday 13th February
Nominations CLOSE at 2pm on Wednesday 19th February
Campaigning will take place ONLY between AFTER the close of nominations amd BEFORE the start of Hustings. Facebook campaigning this year will NOT be allowed.
Hustings will take place at 7pm, on Tuesday 25th February (accompanied with the next HUS Open Meeting of the year).
Voting will then take place immediately after Hustings, until midnight on Thursday 27th February (with immediate preliminary votes available thereafter).
If you are interested in any of the above positions, please feel free to get in contact with any of the current people holding them (for the record, these are Francis Dearnley [President], Tim Hubener [Treasurer], Jack Hooper [Vice President Internal] and Jemma Stewart [Vice President External]), with any questions you might have about the role.
If you wish to run for any of the positions, make sure you come into the office between the hours of 10am and 2pm on any weekday between THIS THURSDAY and NEXT WEDNESDAY to collect a nomination slip and information slip from either Bobbie (the Returning Officer) or Francis.
Cheers guys, and good luck to all of those who decide to run!
Howdy all – just a quick note to let you know I’ve updated the term dates page for the next academic year. You can find it here: http://www.husjcr.co.uk/college-life/term-dates/ Enjoy!
We are back to normal now, with the office open between 5 PM – 7 PM on Mon-Fri.. I’m down here now and we now have Matriculation photos for all those that ordered them before the end of last term, so feel free to come down and grab them!
Hey everyone. A couple of very quick things:
1. Anyone who ordered Matriculation photos at the end of last term – they have now arrived in the HUS Office and are available for collection. Please note that ordinary office hours start next week, so if you’re collecting them before Monday then be sure to stop by between 10am-2pm.
2. Gym inductions – for greater flexibility, we’ve created a rotary system for this term. If you require an induction, you just have to contact the inductor working that week, who will then arrange a time with you. The inductor for Week 1 (16th-22nd Jan) is T. McGonagle, who can be contacted via Hermes at tm508. The complete rota is as follows -
WEEK 1 (16th – 22nd Jan): T. McGonagle (tm508)
WEEK 2 (23rd – 29th Jan): A. Cheung (acwc3)
WEEK 3 (30th Jan – 5th Feb): M. Naydenov (mn388)
WEEK 4 (6th – 12th Feb): L. O’Neill (lo278)
WEEK 5 (13th – 19th Feb): T. McGonagle (tm508)
WEEK 6 (20th – 26th Feb): A. Cheung (acwc3)
WEEK 7 (27th – 5th): M. Naydenov (mn388)
WEEK 8 (6th – 13th): L. O’Neill (lo278)
Thanks for reading – have a great week!
Hi all, Francis here – just a quick note to let you know that I’ve made several updates to the President’s Page about what the HUS has been working on these past few weeks. There are substantial developments regarding fire regulations in particular, as well as several updates on other manifesto pledges. Be sure to check it out!
Merry Bridgemas one and all! I hope everyone is feeling sufficiently festive!
Just a quick reminder that on Wednesday, the HUS will be holding the first Open Meeting of the year. Please make sure you come down as we have some important issues we are going to raise at the Meeting, including issues over Homerton’s Living Wage status, the ratification of a couple of societies and the introduction of a consent workshop. The Meeting will be at 6:30 pm in the Griffin!
Hey guys, so sorry the formal hall menus have been slow to go up this week. In case anyone would like to know before they get there what they’ll be eating tonight, here it is:
Starter – Roasted Garlic & White Bean Soup
Main Course – Slow Roasted Ham Hock with Honey & Mustard Sauce
Vegetarian option – Creamy Leek & Gruyere Croustade
With Ratatouille, Mixed Bean Medley and Duchess Potato
Dessert – Banana & Toffee Pie
The rest of this term’s menus will be up by the end of the day.