What’s new indeed.
Ok, continuing on from my previous blog, many moons ago. I invited candidates from the 3 main political parties to the university for a debate on their policies on funding cuts, tuition fees and what this all means for KU students. they have all graciously accepted, it will be officiated by our Debating Society:-
Date: 21 April
Venue: Clattern Lecture Theatre.
I’m quite eager to hear what message they wish to give to students and what they see is the future of HE in the UK.
While this is indeed my biggest priority right now, it isn’t my only one. Kingston First, the company that manages Kingston Town Centre, holds an event every year called May Merrie. It’s a day of entertainment for all the family throughout Kingston Town Centre, with Music, dancing etc. KUSU have been given a spot right outside HSBC for Kingston students to show off their talents. With a potential walking audience of 20,000 it’s a great opportunity for our musicians, dancers, cheerleaders and various other artists to show their wares. I have to admit, I’m quite excited about this! I’ve been wanting to see KUSU out and seen in the community. And it looks like we’re doing just that.
Between the politics and events taking place, it looks to be an exceptionally exciting next few months!
Watch this space! 🙂