Ti­maru­vians on uni exec

South Canterbury Herald - - YOUR LOCAL NEWS - KOREN ALLPRESS

Four stu­dents from Ti­maru will rep­re­sent about 15,000 Univer­sity of Can­ter­bury stu­dents on the Univer­sity of Can­ter­bury Stu­dents’ As­so­ci­a­tion ex­ec­u­tive.

Vic­to­ria-Rose Tucker, Laura Robin­son, Ju­lia Rolle­ston and Sam Bros­na­han were elected to the po­si­tions and will take up their roles in 2018.

Robin­son, 21, and Tucker, 21, at­tended Craig­head Dioce­san School. Rolle­ston, 21, and Bros­na­han, 23, at­tended Moun­tain­view High School.

Robin­son said it was pos­si­bly the most peo­ple from Ti­maru to have held roles on the ex­ec­u­tive at one time.

For Robin­son, a law and pub­lic health stu­dent, and Bros­na­han, study­ing in­ter­na­tional busi­ness, chi­nese lan­guage and pol­i­tics, it was their sec­ond year on the ex­ec­u­tive.

Robin­son was a mem­ber of gen­eral exec this year, and would take on the role of vice pres­i­dent for 2018. Bros­na­han was a mem­ber of gen­eral ex­ec­u­tive for 2017, and next year would hold the role of fi­nance of­fi­cer.

Tucker, a psy­chol­ogy stu­dent, and Rolle­ston, a fi­nance and eco­nom­ics stu­dents, will both be gen­eral ex­ec­u­tive mem­bers.

The 2018 exec would fo­cus on rais­ing part of the $5mil­lion needed to com­plete the USCA’s new build­ing.

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