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Elections myths busted

Nominations for the 2015-16 FXU Presidents are now open! Tempted by the idea of running but put off by the thought that you can’t make a difference or that you’re the wrong kind of person? We’ve addressed ten common myths … Continue reading

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Student Life: Why you should get involved with representation activities

Having been FXU Education Officer (Exeter) during the last academic year, I have found the role to have positively contributed to my personal development in a number of ways. Since coming into the role in October, I have found my … Continue reading

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Politics: what does it mean?

Politics. For some it’s not worth talking about, for others it’s a lost cause and should be abandoned or overthrown, then there’s those of us who believe in reclaiming what defines our society. On 23 May you will have the … Continue reading

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Why should you vote?

The day I write this is Wednesday, the third day of FXU Sabbatical Elections for 2014-15 positions. I’m sure you’ve been bombarded with the word ‘elections’ for the past three days… Elections, voting, get your opinion heard, vote now, voting is … Continue reading

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