November Council Results!

No ratings yet. Log in to rate.

A 100% pass rate……..4 motions submitted and 4 motions passed at Council last night. The fast paced meeting went quickly into full swing after the usual business of report approving was completed. 

Images taken from NUTV Twitter feed.

 

Now all historical issues have been sorted out, we will now have the pleasure of listening to NSR in the Students’ Union. 96% pass

A topic of debate for many on campus, passing this motion will help to ‘future proof’ faith provision offered to students. 89% pass

As discussions continue to solve the current Muslim prayer space issues, this motion will strengthen the student voice. 86% pass

St Mary’s residents get one step closer to connecting with campus. Ronnie Reid will continue his talks with the Accommodation services to re-establish a resident friendly bus link. 93% pass

Open debate : Should voting remain anonymous at Council?

The new Ombea voting system was trialled during the open debate and lots of questions about the function of the online voting facilities were answered. Council plans to swap to Ombea completed at the February meeting.

Motions passed at last night’s Students’ Union Council meeting.

Council dates.

Comments

No comments have been made. Please log in to comment.
 


Latest News


Proud 2 Be

Proud 2 Be is our campaign developed your LGBT+ Officer (Tobias Lawrence) to raise awareness and representation of the LGBTQ+ community on campus. Find out more and join the events.

Take our misconduct survey

NUSU's Marginalised Genders Officer and Disability Officer have designed a short survey to gauge the frequency and impact of incidents of sexual misconduct on campus.

Rep Awareness Week

Our campaign which aims to give you an insight into student representation at Newcastle and how your Reps make your voice heard on your course, in your School, in your halls of residence or out in the community.

Student Rep Awards 2020

Nominate either yourself or another student rep for the Student Rep Awards 2020.

February Council Update

Newcastle University Vice-Chancellor, Professor Chris Day joined us for a chat!