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Date count run19 Mar 2021
Election rulesERS97 STV
Candidates running3
Available position1
Total ballots68
Valid votes68
Invalid votes0


Round See Elyn Robin Delhomme RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Threshold
1 31.00 34.00 3.00 0.00 0.00 34.00
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 34.00. Candidate Robin Delhomme has reached the threshold and is elected.

Winner is Robin Delhomme.

Number of vacancies: 1


Robin Delhomme

I’m a second year undergraduate, I started learning dancing with Dance Soc when I started my undergrad at UCL in 2019. You might have seen me in Fallon’s beginner jazz class and Madeleine’s beginner contemporary class which I have been attending for over a year. I also attend some hip hop and street classes when I can in term 1.

I’ve participated in Triple Bill 2020 and the 2019 class showcase as a beginner contemporary and jazz dancer. I’m very excited at the prospect of inviting Dance Soc members back to the physical stage by organising the 2021 class showcase! *knocking on wood*

For workshops, I would keep a range of possibilities open to quickly adapt to whatever happens. Once restrictions are removed, I would love to invite professionals from London’s famed musical theatre and ballet shows and venues. If social distancing continues, there are still many possibilities with dance and fitness studios that have thrived online over the past year (such as FLY LND, School of SOS and Barrecore).

In my time with the Dance Society, I have gotten to know some of our teachers more personally and learned how the classes and shows are organised. I’m easy going and farsighted by nature, always trying to think ahead about potential issues and their solutions.
As your Liaison officer, I will do my best to bring you a wide range of enriching workshops and ensure your classes run as smoothly as possible.

All the best,
See Elyn
Hey! I’m El and I’m running for Liaison Officer in the upcoming year!
Dance is always developing and evolving, with new genres and ways of moving being discovered even till today. Even in a realm of a genre, like Contemporary, there’s so many different techniques like Graham or Cunningham and there’s never a truly “definition” of what a genre of dance is. I managed to learn waacking from my amazing choreographer, Chen Chen, which was something that I had always wanted to learn but never had a chance to. I believe that there are many others who want to explore a different side of dance that’s completely new to them and I want to be able to provide the platform for them to do so!
Before coming to UCL, I was the secretary of my school’s Photography Club. My main tasks were to handle the communications end of our club. This included sending out weekly emails and liaising with competition organisers and external vendors. This prior experience with communications makes me confident in handing the communications with class teachers.
If I were to be elected, my main focus will be to introduce more styles into the society, like commercial, jazz funk and more! Motivating dancers to be open to exploring new ways of moving is something that I wish to achieve in the upcoming year. I loved getting to know the lovely class teachers this year and going forward into the new academic year, I hope to work more closely with them and be the bridge between them and the committee.