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Ask The President - March

Mar 24 2007 17:08
John Anderson
View the March edition of Ask the President, where John Collins was asked questions about the redevelopment, elections and NUS.
Ask the President

John Collins answered a variety of questions on Tuesday, covering subjects across a broad spectrum from elections to the redevelopment and NUS. You can watch the video on the stoic tv website, or use the flash viewer below.

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Ask the President - March

This month's questions were:


  • When's dB?s going to be finished?
  • First a coffee bar, now a dance studio. What exactly is happening with the first floor of the Union building, and will it be ready before I leave in two years time?


  • Do Presidents make good returning officers?
  • After the farce of this year?s elections, what will be done to make sure next year's are more publicised and don?t descend into chaos?
  • What do you think of next year?s sabb team, and how would you have voted?


  • Do you think it is right for you to be supporting candidates in the NUS election without the agreement of Council?

Performance so far

  • After 8 months in office, do you feel the union is stronger and more in touch with its members than before?
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Discussion about “Ask The President - March”

The comments below are unmoderated submissions by Live! readers. The Editor accepts no liability for their content, nor for any offence caused by them. Any complaints should be directed to the Editor.
Mar 26 2007 18:47

The problem with this video, where it stopped 3/4 of the way through, should now be fixed.

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