POLITICS STUDENT and one of the new Goodricke Ents Representatives, Andreas Masura ran a Make Rubbish Events History campaign during the recent JCRC elections.
The campaign was a rip-off of this year’s highly popular Make Poverty History wristbands which were used in conjunction with this summer’s Live8 event, in an attempt to appeal to students who want improved college events
Andreas’s was slightly more successful with his campaign though, as he got voted in on the basis of Goodricke students look for better events than the recently held Rehab event which has been accused of being sexist. He will be joined in his vision by new chair Matt Burton, who picked up almost sixty RON’s in the elections.
Other highlights of the elections occurred in Langwith where candidates were forced to eat Jelly Babies out of flour and then drink a pint of lager.