Posted by: Clare Solomon | March 1, 2010

ULU Hustings at Queen Mary University

A husting (called a stump in the United States) originally referred to a physical platform from which representatives presented their views or cast votes before a parliamentary or other election body. By metonymy, the term may now refer to any event, such as debates or speeches, during an election campaign where one or more of the representative candidates are present.

University of London Union (ULU) elections are coming up. Come along and meet the candidates who hope to be running YOUR Union next year.

All of the candidates have been invited so come along to see who best fits the job…please bring some interesting questions with you

Peoples Palace Lecture Theatre
Queen Mary University
Mile End
London, E1

Tuesday 2nd March, 6pm-8pm


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