16:05 – Neil Collins wins in the race for Welfare. the Valid Poll was 2235. Quota was set at 1103. Neil Collins received 1198 votes. Jimmy English received 302 votes. Aisling Foley received 488 votes. Amy Lucas received 217 votes. Neil Collins was deemed elected by Returning Officer Sean Rooney. Collins claimed 53% of the vote, only 1%(…)
SU Election Coverage
As polling closes and counting begins, DCUfm can bring you an exit poll of who looks tipped to be taking key seats, and also will the SU be spending €10,000 on the Labyrinth?
Podcast: Play in new window | Download In this debate all four candidates squared off on the biggest issues surrounding this election including the cancellation of Toxic Tuesday, Politcal involvement on campus and other pressing topics. David Johnson, Rob Hennelly, Declan McCool and Paul Doherty were all present. This debate was chaired by Nicky Ryan(…)
Podcast: Play in new window | Download This debate was chaired by Barry Lenihan. Present were all four candidates for the Vice President for Welfare – Jimmy English, Aisling Foley, Amy Lucas and Neil Collins. It was a less intensive debate as all candidates were in a relaxed and friendly mood. They spoke on issues(…)
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Chaired by Sam Griffin, candidates Oisin Kelly, Aaron Clogher and Lisa Craddock were present in a debate that covered a spectrum of issues relating to the position of Vice President for Education within the SU.
Podcast: Play in new window | Download The issue of a Labyrinth on Campus has been going on for months now. The Labyrinth Committee was a body comprised of Students and Staff that was set up to tease out the feasibility of DCU building our own. A number of weeks ago, the Class Rep Council(…)
Pondering over what characteristic sets her aside from her opponents, Sarah Flanagan laughs: “Definitely my pink hair.” The good-natured 3rd Year Biotechnology student is joking of course. She believes there’s a lot that makes her the candidate for the position of DCU Science and Health Convener 2012. “I’ve been involved in the SU, having(…)
Aideen Holden, Science and Heath Convener, talks to DCUfm from Australia, on why students should vote for her next week. Do you think running this campaign from the other side of the world will leave you at a disadvadvantage? Running from Australia is definitely going to be harder and require a lot more hours, but(…)