In what is becoming something of a pattern, the ULU President has resigned, escaping a no-confidence motion which looked set to sack her. The President, Jennifer Huseman, cited her worsening disability as the reason for standing down, something which has caused her to be absent from work on numerous occasions.
A meeting to discuss a no-confidence motion last month was cancelled at the last minute, with Huseman apparently escaping the constitutional hangman by indicating she would resign. She has now followed up on this promise, giving her more time to focus on her disability. Sources within ULU have complained that Huseman has "done nothing" all year, which she has previously apologised for, citing her disability as the cause of a below-expected level of achievement.
Under Huseman's leadership ULU has fallen further into the abyss, causing a number of controversies. Poor relations between the sabbatical team led one member to resign, citing irreconcilable differences with the President.