Michaelmas Term 2019
Jay Staker and Meg Howells
Hiya! We’re Meg (she/her) and Jay (he/him) and we read Law and PPE at Queens. It’s an honour to be your Co-Chairs during such a significant term. This Michaelmas marks OULC’s 100th anniversary, and as such we have planned a range of events to mark this momentus occasion. We are also looking forward to welcoming the next generation of OULCers to keep up our reputation as the largest and most active Labour Club in the country, with a strong focus on campaigning. Between us we represent three of the caucuses, and so promoting minority voices is very important to us, and this is reflect in our termcard. If you want to know more about how you can get involved or just want to have a chat, feel free to get in contact with us anytime via email or social media!”
Hi! I’m Emily (she/her), and I’m a third year English student at Mansfield. As this term’s secretary, my job is to keep OULC running smoothy by minuting meetings and keeping the constitution and policy book updated, as well as generally helping out with other club duties such as campaigning etc. If you have any questions you can contact me at email@example.com. Hope to see you at our meetings!
Hiya! I’m Ali (he/him), a second-year PPE student at University College and also the Labour Club’s treasurer for the upcoming term. My main interests are the Labour Party’s role in addressing global injustices through an internationalist and fair-minded foreign policy programme as well as development issues but for the coming term I will be laying those to one side as I try to deepen my love of the spreadsheet. I’ve essentially been tasked with keeping the club’s finances in order, ensuring we can run events and working with the membership officer in order to keep our membership list up-to-date; all of which is very exciting! If you have any questions about what the role entails or require reimbursement for attending or participating in any OULC events, feel free to get in touch with me by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or, alternatively, message me on facebook!
Publicity Officer and Disabled Students’ Officer
Heya, I’m Tessa (she/her) and I’m a 3rd year maths student at St. Hughs. As publicity officer, it’s my job to make sure everyone knows what’s going on at Labour club, so that people can turn up and make the most of the events we’ve got going on. The most significant part of this is sending out events over facebook and keeping people updated on twitter (https://www.facebook.com/oxunilabour and @oxunilabour, follow us!). As disabled students’ officer, I will be making sure the events we put on are accessible to everyone, as well as organising the disabled members’ social. If you have any questions or problems, just drop me a message at email@example.com or via the club’s facebook account.
Campaigns & External Links Officer
Hey! I’m Anya (she/her), a second year doing PPE at New College. As campaigns officer, I organise our weekly canvassing sessions with the local party – especially important with a potential election this term! I also coordinate our campaigns on local and national issues- you can find information on these campaigns on the OULC Facebook page. I really want to engage freshers and newcomers in all our events, so join in whatever your level of experience. Feel free to contact me with any questions about getting involved with campaigning!
Membership & Alumni Officer
My name is Connie Bostock [she/her] and I am the membership and alumni officer for MT19. My primary aim as Membership officer is to facilitate the work of OULC by increasing the range of people that we can attract, in order to aid the national party aims of securing a socialist government to the uk. This will also be achieved through strengthening our team of college reps in order to ensure that every student at the University has a chance to get involved with our club. I strive to be a friendly face during OULC events so if any potential members have any reservations about coming along, feel free to drop me a message or an email on firstname.lastname@example.org
I’m Sophie (she/her/hers), a second year English student at Balliol college. As women’s officer I hope to uphold OULC’s values to so that the club continues to offer a welcoming and inclusive environment for its members. I hope to not only increase the representation of women, but to ensure women play an active and engaged role within debates and discussions as well as in the decisions of OULC more widely
I’m Matthew (he/him). My aim as BAME officer this term is to organise socials that also try to incorporate topical discussion on BAME issues, as well as promote events that highlight important matters in the BAME community. I’m passionate about reform of the justice system, promoting economic democracy and enabling tax justice across the world.
Hey! I’m Ed (he/him), a third-year PPEist and your LGBTQIA+ Officer. That means I’m here to make sure the Club is a welcoming environment for all our members, regardless of gender or sexuality. If that ever isn’t the case, please let me know! Each General Meeting we’ll get together as a caucus, and there’ll be a queer social as well. See you around!
Disabled Members’ Officer
Tessa Jowitt (see above)
Lottie Sellers and Euan Huey
Hi, we’re Lottie (she/her) and Euan (he/him)! For Michaelmas we will be OULC’s Co-Chairs Elect. Our job is to facilitate committee and prepare for Hilary, when we take over as Co-Chairs! In the meantime we can’t wait to welcome fresheners, do our best to help Jay and Meg and start campaigning for the next Labour government!
I’m Euan. I’m a second year historian at University College where I’m also JCR President. Originally I’m from the West of Scotland and cut my teeth campaigning in the 2016 Scottish Parliamentary Elections. If you have any questions please do get in touch via Facebook or email.
I’m Lottie, a finalist studying History at Mansfield. I’ve been on committee previously as Women’s Officer, Secretary and Social Secretary and so I’m well used to life at OULC and want to make sure everyone feels as welcome as I always have! Like Euan, I’m available via Facebook and email (email@example.com)
Ex Officio Committee Members
Grace Davis and Arya Tandon
Hi we are Grace (she/her) and Arya (he/him). We were the co-chairs in Trinity 2019 and this term we will be helping Meg and Jay with any advice and assistance they might need. We hope it will be a great term!
Balliol – Michael O’Connor
Brasenose – James Nevett
Christ Church – Joseph Grehan-Bradley
Corpus Christi College – Freya Chambers
Exeter College – Adam Jobling
Hertford College – Jonathan Quin
Jesus College – Charlotte Austin
Keble College – Erin Tunney
Kellogg College – Brahma Mohanty
Lady Margaret Hall – Ben Fraser
Lincoln College – Paul Stephens
Magdalen College – Adam John Ellison
Mansfield – Lottie Sellers
Merton – Lucienne Pullen
New – James Williams
Oriel College – Patrick Hegarty – Morrish
Pembroke College – Iris Kaye-Smith
Queen’s College – Rebecca Brimble
Regent’s Park – Josie Horton
St Anne’s – Felix Bunting
St Catherine’s College – James Evans
St Edmund Hall – Alex Kumar
St Hilda’s – Lola Dickinson
St Hugh’s – Michael Booth
St John’s – Samuel Burns
Somerville College – Alex Nash
Trinity College – Tom Bentley
University College – Alfie Steer
Wadham College – Alex Rostron
Worcester – Matthew Kayanja