Lucy is inspiring.

Stirling Women's Officer

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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