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CUSU is the voice of Cambridge students in the central university and beyond!
CUSU Women's Officer Lauren elected to NUS Women's Committee
NUS Women's Committee coordinates natioanl women's campaigns and makes decisions on NUS policy. Congratulations Lauren!
University Response to CUSU marking boycott queries:
Cambridgeshire county council wants to know your thoughts on cycle safety!
Cambridgeshire county council are consulting on making one-way streets two-way for cyclists. If you want to contribute to this discussion see here for details.
CUSU Ethical Affairs and Energise Cambridge campaign for better environmental policies in the University.
Congratulations to CUSU Ethical Affairs team, Energise Cambridge and all the students who put together this submission to the University's Environmental Review Committee on making Cambridge a greener place to live and work! Read the full report here!
We Too Are Cambridge!
The CUSU BME (Black and Ethnic Minority) Campaign launched the We Too Are Cambridge photo campaign in order to 'highlight incidences of discrimination and stereotyping that occur within Cambridge University. We hope that this will provoke wider discussion and necessary change.' Check out the full campaign here!
Press Release on the arrest of Dmitry Firtash, Cambridge University Donor
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We are happy to announce the results for the CUSU 2014 cross-campus elections. Congratulations to all of the successful candidates!
Successful candidates elected were:
Helen Hoogewerf-McComb: CUSU President
Helena Blair: CUSU Access and Funding Officer
Rob Richardson: CUSU Education Officer + General Board member
Amelia Horgan: CUSU Women's Officer
Richard Jones: University Council Representative
Rosalyn Old: NUS Delegate
Mark Chonofsky: NUS Delegate
Kevin Chang: NUS Delegate
Raising Fees Alone will not Guarantee the Best Cambridge Graduate Experience
A CUSU Briefing on Likely Fee Increase for Graduate Students and
What Graduates Can Do to Secure the Best Outcomes
Discussions are underway on a plan to increase the total fees that graduates at the University of Cambridge pay.
CUSU is working to ensure that any increase to the fees that graduates pay are accompanied by :
1) improvements to the quality of your College and University experience
2) consultation with graduate students on their education experience.
Please check out our briefing 'Raising Fees Alone will not Guarantee the Best Cambridge Graduate Experience' for more information.
Read the briefing HERE.
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