Jamie Green
Media Graduate, Vice President of Students’ Union Royal Holloway and Prospective MA Student at Goldsmiths College.

I am a Media Arts graduate from Royal Holloway University of London where I am now Vice President of the Students’ Union. I am also the Campaigns and Activist Development Officer at ULU and the Vice-Chair of the NUS London Area.

I like writing about the student movement and the activity happening within it both locally and nationally. I am largely influenced by Tom Jones and Malcolm Tucker.

Entries by Jamie Green

Royal Holloway Should Stop Burning Rubbish and Start Taking Responsibility

(0) Comments | Posted May 7, 2014 | 10:28 AM

This week, Royal Holloway's E-zine announced, next to a smiley picture of the Principal, that the College was going 'Green', and no more waste from the campus would go to landfill. You would be forgiven for at first thinking this is a great initiative, as I did, but it is...

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Let the Fight for a Free Education Begin!

(3) Comments | Posted April 14, 2014 | 7:00 PM

Last week, the National Union of Students had its national conference in Liverpool where students from across the country came together to decide its policy for the next 12 months. Compared to last year's romp for the centre ground, some very progressive policy was passed, including that of new policy...

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Students' Unions Are Political, Whether You Like It or Not

(0) Comments | Posted March 24, 2014 | 1:47 PM

In my two years as a sabbatical officer I've spent lots of time debating issues and ideas. One that keeps arising time and time again (particularly around election time I might add) is that of the Students' Union being 'Political' - for some this makes sense, for others taking stances...

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