Get to know Seyi

Read my manifesto here

What made you decide to stand for election this year?

Having grown to love my identity whilst part of artsUCL I want to create a space in which others feel comfortable and able to grow and develop in.

What are your top three priorities from your manifesto?

Organise programming for highlighted months, training and creating sustainable actions.

What do you hope to achieve in the coming year?

Create a proper programme of events for Black History Month etc, continue sustainable actions to make actual safer spaces for those who feel Other-ed and integrate anti-racist and accessible training in clubs and societies.

What has been the best part of your UCL experience so far?

Cliché but must be done…the people, especially the artsUCL people as well as producing RENT as a Bloomsbury Production, a musical which centres the QTIBIPOC experience.

Your advice to new students?

Everyone is in the same boat, everyone is just out there trying to make friends and survive student life – remember that in the ways that you treat people…you’ll give and therefore receive good vibes!

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