Meet the Candidates: QUBSU President

Find out a little about the candidates running for SU President. Voting takes place on QoL next week (3rd-5th March).

Caoímhe McNeill

Current VP Equality & Diversity

You can find her Facebook page here

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Raymond Dillon

My name is Raymond Dillon – I am a final year Computer Science Student, and “I’m your man” for the role of President of the Students Union. I aim to make the Students Union more transparent, supportive and responsive for all students, working to help all students in any way I can. I’ve touched on a few ideas in my manifesto, which I hope you will see will be a great benefit to the Students Union. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask me if you see me around campus! You can find out more at http://raymond.queenscomputingsociety.com/

You can find his Facebook page here

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Seán Searle

My name is Seán Searle and I am running for election to become SU President. I am asking you to vote for me because I feel that with the leadership, managerial and organisational skills gained from successfully leading the hurling club, I’m the best candidate for the job. I now want to transfer this experience into a greater arena. If elected I will be a President who will work to represent every student in Queens. I will promote disabled students rights and will vigorously campaign against educational cuts. I will be a facilitator, a communicator, who will put students first.

You can follow his campaign on Twitter at @seansearle1

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