Lucy is inspiring.
I’m well into my seventh month in office as Women’s Officer within the University of Stirling Students’ Union and ‘walk in the park’ is not the phrase I would use to describe the year so far! Having been involved with the wider student movement since coming to university in 2009, I am something of a seasoned veteran to campaigning and activism. However, compared to any other project I have embarked upon (being Chair of various societies, being NUS Delegate for two years or being the ’11-’12 Communities Officer), Women’s Officer is the most challenging, most inspiring, most emotionally draining, most empowering, most stressful task I have undertaken in my life. The learning curve has been more of a learning spike, even for a well-versed feminist such as myself.
Since taking office, I have run a number of campaigns, the most notable of which was the Anti-Victim Blaming campaign of the Autumn…
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