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President

president@tcsu.net

Hey everyone,

I’m Martin, a 3rd year HSPS student and your TCSU president. My job is to make TCSU work efficiently and accountably, so you can all get the most from your representatives.

My plans for this year are to work with the committee and plan plenty of TCSU Welfare events. We get a massive budget for welfare and I want to make sure you get the most from it. Expect a TCSU welfare events term card for Easter and then Michaelmas next year.

You can get in touch with me anytime if you are not satisfied with how TCSU is doing or if you have suggestions about what we should be doing. It’s very important to me to give you a say in how you’ll be represented.

Thanks for your trust. I will work hard to contribute to making your life in Trinity as great as it could possibly be.

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Vice President

vice-president@tcsu.net

Hi Trinity,

I’m Finn, a second year lawyer, and your Vice President of the  TCSU for 2016/17. I ran in my election on a platform of  representativeness, inclusivity and policies designed to  improve your experience at Trinity, and we’re planning big  things for the coming year.

If you can think of anything you want changed around  college, feel free to email me.  Alternatively, you can catch me walking around College or in  hall. I’m always happy to chat.

As Vice President, I also attend CUSU Council meetings and liaise with members of other JCRs. If you have any questions about these meetings or any  matters you’d like to raise, feel free to get in touch.

Trinity love,

Finn

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Treasurer

treasurer@tcsu.net

Hey guys,

I’m Nic from Germany, your Treasurer for 2016/17 and am reading Economics in my second year. The Treasurer’s role includes making sure that the finances are in order and spending money on activities and other things that will make the life at Trinity even more enjoyable.

This year I want to work closely with the committee to find optimal solutions on where to spend money. I will for example work closer with the Ents-Officer to bring you more and better events. Furthermore, we want to make payment and reimbursement systems more efficient.

If you have any improvements or want to know anything about my role, the TCSU or anything related, send me an email.  I’d love to hear from you!

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Female Welfare

female-welfare@tcsu.net

welfare@tcsu.net

Heya everyone! I’m Olivia and I’m in my second year studying Maths.

Feel free to email me to confidentially receive any sexual health

supplies — condoms, lube, dental dams and pregnancy tests are just some of the goodies you can get from me. As welfare I’m here to talk to about anything you want. I can be a shoulder to cry on, someone to listen if you’re stressed about things, or just for a quick chat! I’m here for the more personal side of life here at Trinity so feel free to email me, Facebook me or come up and say hi!

For more info see: www.tcsu.net/welfare.

 

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Male Welfare

male-welfare@tcsu.net

Hi Trinity, I’m Toby, a second year NatSci. As Male Welfare Officer I’ll be working with Olivia to make sure that you are as happy as possible during your time at Trinity.
I love talking to people, whoever you are and whatever you want to talk about. I’m contactable 24/7 by email and normally reply within an hour. I’m happy to arrange to meet you wherever if you’d like a chat. Another part of my role is providing this college with sexual health supplies. I provide a confidential and/or anonymous service for getting these goods into your hands as soon as possible.
Say hi if you see me around!

 


Overseas Welfare

overseas@tcsu.net

Hello,

my name is Agustin and I am a second year HSPSer from Argentina, but I currently live in Madrid.

My main responsibility as overseas welfare officer is to make sure that all international students get used to England as quick and smooth as possible. If you’re an international student I will get in touch with you before your arrival to provide you with some information that you might find useful concerning everyday life in the UK.

Moreover, I will be in charge of organising the International Freshers week that takes place a couple of days before the actual Freshers Week so you can get to know other people that are in a situation similar to yours as well as sort out some things as bank accounts or phone numbers that English students have already figured out.

My other role is to make sure that all international freshers have a good deal in storage and accommodations and I will be running some international events such as International Food Nights, an Eurovision Night or trips to different parts of England for international students.

If you have any doubts please send my an email to and I’ll more than happy to help you.

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Computing

computing@tcsu.net

Hi, I’m Jag, a second year Natural Scientist and your computing and publicity officer for the year ahead.

As computing officer, I run the website, so if you have any suggestions or queries about the website email me at . As publicity officer I publicise all of the great events that the TCSU organises throughout out the year. I’d love to hear what improvements that you’d like to see so please feel free to send me an email. If you have any questions about anything to do with the TCSU, my role as Treasurer, or Trinity College itself, then please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

 

 

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Publicity

publicity@tcsu.net  

Hola everyone! I’m Fosca, second year HSPSer, reading social anthropology this year. I’m from Paris but i live in London. As publicity officer it is my role to keep you updated on everything that is happening in college, from new menus im hall to student union reforms.

If you want one of your events of your society to be known or publicised you can come to me at any time: it my job to make sure that everyone is aware of it. You can contact me on facebook or by email: publicity@tcsu.net There are various ways for me to publicise events: the blackboard near the servery, all the posters you see around college, the facebook events that you get invited to, the emails you receive daily etc…You can also find me taking pictures with the tcsu camera during tcsu events like bops and college drinks!

 

 

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Access and Admissions

acess@tcsu.net

Hi everyone I’m Lauren and I’m your access officer. Improving access at Trinity (and at Cambridge more broadly) is something that I am deeply passionate about, and in terms of maintaining enthusiasm and support for students when they arrive as opposed to merely trying to get people in (which I really care about too!) there are several things I would like to implement. Firstly, I intend on creating a network of fellows from access backgrounds, and I mean this broadly, whether they are first generation or have direct experience of the troubles students from under privileged backgrounds might face. Students can then go and talk to them about such specific problems as they might have on arrival. Secondly, I would like to implement a university wide mentoring scheme (mirroring the collegiate college family scheme) where prospective students can be paired up with people from similar backgrounds when they arrive. I would also like to organise more regional meetups throughout term!

Feel free to send me an email if you have any questions, and check out the Prospective Students section of our website, and also

www.access.trin.cam.ac.uk.

 

 


Junior Steward

junior-steward@tcsu.net

Hello Trinity,

I am Petr, a second year Natural Sciences student from Czech Republic.

My main job as a Junior Steward is to represent the students’ opinions in the Catering Department of the College. I can propose new meals, influence the current ones or abolish some options altogether. If you don’t want me to be a horrendous dictator, terrorising you with items you would never ever put in your mouth, please don’t be afraid to tell me what you like or dislike about our current menu and what would be the ideal supplement to it. There is a comment box in the hall for such purposes, so do use it.

I am also the first point of contact for all the societies that are flourishing in Trinity and if you want to establish a new one I am here to help you with it.

If you have any troubles with or anything to tell me about any of the topics above, send me an email. Or if you’re feeling retro, there is a pigeon hole in the Mail Room.

Enjoy your time here and bon appétit!

 

 

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Ents

ents@tcsu.net

Hi, I’m Ryan, a second year studying Maths and I’m your ents officer for the year. It’s my job to  organise all the TCSU lead entertainment around college and to give everyone a break from  the constant stream of deadlines throughout term.
I’m hoping to run a wide variety of ents over the year, including multiple bops, a ‘cinema on  the backs’ evening and freshers’ week. I’ll also be selling club night tickets (at cost) and  getting everyone as much free food and drink as possible!

If you have any questions or suggestions just email me or drop me a  facebook message.

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Secretary

secretary@tcsu.net

Hiya!   My name’s Claudia, I’m a second year Geographer and I’m your TCSU Secretary for the next  year! My job is to be a general coordinator/liaison for TCSU making sure that everyone is  up to speed with their roles. I organise meeting times, write agendas and type up the  minutes to post on the website. I’m also the brains and inspo behind the freshers handbook  for 2016. If you ever want something put on the agenda for a meeting then email me. I’ll keep you all posted in pretty colours and fonts of TCSU news!

Ily,

Claudia xoxo

 

 


Environmental

environmental@tcsu.net 

domestic@tcsu.net

Hello everyone! I’m Laura, a third year lawyer and your Environmental and Domestic Officer. I’m keen to minimise the environmental impact Trinity has, to raise environmental awareness, promote recycling and green initiatives in general. If you have any ideas, concerns or questions regarding environmental issues in College please do contact me.

As Domestic Officer my role is to ensure that you are all happy with your rooms and to help you with any accommodation issues you might have. Feel free to email me about any accommodation matters.