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Committee Lunch HT7

  • Posted on: 1 March 2017
  • By: Thomas Gater

1. Committee had a discussion of the college's disability policy, which has been updated on this website - also you can ask Marianne and Juliet who are now experts.

2. We passed £5.00 for 150 fridge stickers. (Which we've been reliably informed won't leave a sticker residue on the fridges).

3. The potential Codebar Workshop has morphed into pizza and computers run by members of the JCR, watch out for that next week!

4. £20 passed for Mortal Kombat to be replaced. 

Committee Lunch HT6

  • Posted on: 22 February 2017
  • By: Thomas Gater
  1. £12.50 for Chalk for gym 
  2. £15 for an E and E film night, Wally, or a documentary, or BOTH!
  3. £50 for the coninually exciting disposable camera project, 39 people interested so far email Nicky for details! 
  4. Up to £40 passed for oven gloves on mainsite, which is very exciting fro anyone who noticed we have kitchens on mainsite.

Committee Lunch HT4

  • Posted on: 8 February 2017
  • By: Thomas Gater

1. £10 passed for a weighing scale for luggage, international students everywhere rejoice

2. Plans were put in motion for disposable cameras to improve the picture store, everyone can have one and the picture fund will pay for developement. Should be a laugh.

3. The disabilities officers are cooking up a comprehensive summary of how medical leave works - should be with everyone soon. 

4. Freddy announced his working group to renovate the JCR - email him if you want to join!

Committee Lunch HT3

  • Posted on: 1 February 2017
  • By: Thomas Gater
  1. £5 passed for fridge stickers - labelling fridges correctly is one of the most important things anyone can do. Please. Please care for your fridges.
  2. £29 passed to move this website to a new server.
  3. £19 passed to fund the charity musicals ticketing service.

Committee Lunch HT2

  • Posted on: 27 January 2017
  • By: Thomas Gater
  1. Hannah Williams was co-opted onto Entz subcommittee, she already cleaned up after bops so I'm looking forward to seeing her up her game.
  2. £20 was passed to try out new targeted ads for outreach
  3. We all had delicious delicious sticky toffee pudding with the dean <3

Committee Lunch HT1

  • Posted on: 18 January 2017
  • By: Thomas Gater



1 Co-opted Juliet as Pilch Pres, Vidy Reddy as Entz Subcommittee, and Olivia Retter as Comrade Shakespeare. We still need affiliations!!

2. £15 was passed to 'make the gym slightly less hideous', Ali will be buying spray and paper towels so we can delay the onset of lurgy for a few precious days each term.

3. £42 was passed as a temporary measure so that those refunded for christmas dinner tickets can be payed before the end of term.

4. Simran was co-opted welfare sub admit for fb page

5. £20 was passed for a thank you gift from the JCR.

Balliol JCR Elections Saturday 26th Nov 2016

  • Posted on: 28 November 2016
  • By: Andrew Truong



Committee Positions:

  • Vice-President: Freddy Potts
  • Treasurer: Zachary  Leather
  • Secretary: Tom Gater
  • Lord Lindsay: Cameron Watson
  • Dr WHOs: Ele Saltmarsh and Alex Fuller
  • Foodies: Leah Mitchell and Alex Toal
  • Sports: Ali Nicklin and Katy Husband
  • Access and Admissions: Calum Holt and Izzy Howden
  • Environment and Ethics: Felix Heilmann and Joshua Jones
  • Design and Mainteance: Richard Ware
  • International Students's Officer: Amrita Khandpur and Alex Gruen
  • Ethic Minorities Officer: Simran Uppal and Suwanja Srikantha
  • Website and Computing Officer: Antonia Siu
  • Housing Officer: Julia Davis
  • Student Disabilities Officer: Juliet Flamank and Marianne Cain
  • LGBTQ Officers: Cole Horton and Pallavi Ojha
  • Academic Affairs and Careers: Luke Chester and Finn Conway
  • Charities and RAG: Leon Kidd and Rishem Khattar
  • Entz: Nominations will be reopened

For full details and non-committee positions, click 'Read more'.

 

 

Committee Lunch MT6

  • Posted on: 16 November 2016
  • By: Steven Rose



1. We passed up to £50 for international food night (there'll be curry, proceeds will go to charity) expecting to spend around £40.

2. We passed up to £25 to get some more PS4 controller charger cable things and some batteries for the TV remote.

3. People got reminded to prepare their handover packs and to encourage people to run for their positions, and encouraged to attend husts.

4. We discussed how we could improve attitudes towards people responsible for bops.

 

Any questions, feel free to ask.

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