Officer Trustees 2019/20


Request for clarity in response to December 4th Council Chair’s Message

Monday 7 December 2020 Officer Trustees Team

In response to the correspondence received by students and staff on Friday December 4th, the Union officer team has requested further clarity from the Chair of College Council.

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Does anyone still want to watch recorded lectures?

Tuesday 24 November 2020 Deputy President (Education)

Should all lectures be recorded?

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Our First 100 Days

Friday 13 November 2020 Officer Trustees Team

On Monday 9th November, we reached a big milestone: 100 days since the beginning of the academic year!

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Postgraduate masters application fees - survey results

Friday 23 October 2020 Deputy President (Education)

Following the recent introduction of the £80 application fee for all MSc and MRes courses, Imperial College Union has put together a short survey to determine the student opinion on this topic.

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Postgraduate master's application fees

Wednesday 14 October 2020 Officer Trustees Team

Tell us what you think

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Safety Net: Explained

Thursday 9 April 2020 Deputy President (Welfare)

On Monday, the Provost emailed all taught students with an update about remote timed assessments.

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COVID-19: Remote assessment survey results

Friday 3 April 2020 Deputy President (Welfare)

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Navigating the world of private accommodation

Tuesday 25 February 2020 Deputy President (Welfare)

It’s that time of the year again where scores of students step onboard the private accommodation panic treadmill. I remember being in this position 4 years ago now.

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UPDATE: What's the deal with rent in halls?

Saturday 8 February 2020 President

Is this a campaign you're interested in and would like to be involved in?

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Why we're electing a Working Class Officer this year

Monday 27 January 2020 Deputy President (Welfare)

What is it about Imperial that makes students from disadvantaged socio-economic backgrounds less likely to succeed?

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