Trinity Term 2018


Anisha Faruk (Queen’s) & Ray Williams (Wadham)

“Hey, I’m Anisha (she/her)! I’m one of the Co-Chairs for Trinity and I was Publicity Officer last Michaelmas. My aim for this term is to ensure OULC remains at the forefront of the student political scene in Oxford. We’ll achieve this through energetic campaigning for the city council elections, volunteering with the Gatehouse and hosting events like the cross party political debate. Outside of OULC, I’ve got a keen interest in journalism and write for the Oxford Student. OULC has strengthened my dedication to the Labour movement and I hope Ray and I can inspire fellow students to throw themselves wholeheartedly into the Labour Club and the Labour Party!”

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Owen Winter (Jesus)

Hi, I’m Owen (he/him) and your Secretary for Trinity term 2018. I study History and Politics at Jesus College, which produced the 2nd best Prime Minister of all time. I’m a rower so expect emails at ungodly times in the morning. Out of Oxford, I’m a director of the Make Votes Matter campaign for Proportional Representation and on the Council of the Electoral Reform Society.



Grace Davis (Hertford)

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Campaigns & External Links Officer

Rida Vaquas (St Hilda’s)


“Hi, I’m Rida (she/her). I’m the Campaigns Officer for this term. My role is to co-ordinate campaigning sessions with the local party so we can talk to as many voters as possible and turn your campaigning priorities into a reality, on local and national issues. I’m also going to be helping to fundraise for Gatehouse, our chosen charity this term, and carrying out campaigns according to our club’s policies. If you have any questions about campaigning and what it involves, please contact me. Outside of Labour Club activity, I’m usually found sleeping or reading or looking at ducks.”

Membership & Alumni Officer  

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“Hey, I’m Arya (he/him), a first-year PPE student at Hertford, and I’m the Membership & Alumni Officer for OULC. If you’re interested in joining the club or just have any thoughts on membership engagement more widely, get in touch!”


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Jake Davies (Queen’s)

“Hi, I’m Jake (he/him) and I study History & Politics at Queen’s. As Publicity Officer, my job is to keep people informed about the club on social media, as well as helping edit and publish our fantastic blog Look Left – we are particularly keen to receive articles from women and other marginalised voices this term, so please write in! When not helping with OULC, I’m probably making memes about New Statesman columnist Stephen Bush, or getting annoyed at Everton FC, my football team.”

Social Secretary

Milo Thursfield (Wadham)

Hi, I’m Milo (he/him), a 2nd year PPEist from Wadham, and I’m massively excited to be OULC’s  Social Secretary this term! I’m lucky enough to be in charge of organising social events, from film nights to welcome drinks and everything in between. Outside of my role, my hobbies include cycling, cooking for friends, and wishing I could grow a beard like Lloyd Russell-Moyle (almost my local MP).



Women’s Officers 

Rosie Sourbut (Somerville)

“Hello! I’m Rosie (she/her), and along with Ruby I’m your women’s officer for Trinity term. We’re going to run lots of events for women and about women’s issues so please do get involved! I want our club to have as many women involved as possible so if you have any concerns or suggestions do get in touch and we can work together to make OULC a great place for women members.” 

Ruby Osman (Wadham)

I’m Ruby (she/her) and I’ll be working with Rosie as your Women’s* Officers to make sure OULC is as friendly and accessible as possible to all our members. We’ll be hosting regular socials, running campaigning workshops and hosting events to promote the issues closest to our heart as a caucus – as well as making sure women’s* voices are properly represented in the club. We’re always on the lookout for new ways to get more women* involved, so feel free to contact me or Rosie if there’s anything you’d like to see the caucus doing!”


BAME Officer 

Sulamaan Rahim (Wadham)

“Hey, I’m Sulamaan (he/him), a first-year PPEist from Wadham and I’m the BAME officer for OULC. I’ll be helping to organise BAME events and ensure that BAME members feel comfortable and represented within OULC, by trying to open up dialogue and increase discussion of BAME issues within OULC.”


LGBTQIA+ Officer 


Kieron Haley (Worcester)

“Hey! I’m Kieron (he/him), a first year studying maths and philosophy at Worcester. When I’m not putting on fun LGBT+ related events for you, you’ll probably catch me drunkenly ranting about Labour party politics. Get in touch if there’s anything you’d like to talk to me about!”

Disabled Members’ Officer 

Patrick Storey (Wadham)

Co-Chairs Elect 

Charlotte Austin (Jesus) & Francesca Best (Wadham)

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“Hi! I’m Francesca (she/her) and I’m a first year at Wadham studying PPE.. so my involvement in student politics makes me a brazen stereotype. My role as Co-Chair Elect is to support our current Co-Chairs in whatever way I can! And to also conjure up a wkd term card for Michaelmas 2018.”

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Ex Co-Chairs

Lizzy Diggins (Wadham) & Keir Mather (Wadham)

“I’m Lizzy (she/ her) and I’m one of the ex-officio Co-Chairs! I’m here to help with setting up alumni networks, as well as attempting to offer sage advice to Ray and Anisha based on my experience as Co-Chair. When I’m not running around for OULC, I study History at Wadham.”



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College Reps

Balliol – Michael O’Connor

Christ Church – Joseph Grehan Bradley

Corpus Christi College – Freya Chambers

Exeter College – Adam Jobling

Hertford College – Grace Davis

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 College – Zoe Hodge

Merton – Francesco Dernie

Oriel College – Patrick Hegarty-Morrish

Pembroke College – Iris Kaye-Smith

Queen’s College – Meg Howells

St Anne’s – Tom Zagoria

St Catherine’s College – James Evans

St Edmund Hall – Alex Kumar

St Hilda’s – Rida Vaquas

St Hugh’s – Hannah Taylor

St John’s – Samuel Burns

Somerville College – Alex Nash

Trinity College – Charlotte Tosti

University College – Alfie Steer

Wadham College – Alex Rostron

Worcester College – Stephan Gaiser-Porter