Campaigning, education and socialising opportunities for SNP students or those thinking of voting SNP.
We will hold regular meetings with themed debates, invited speakers and panel discussions.
Activities will include
You do not need to be a member of the SNP to join us and all are welcome!
Name: Sarah Anderson
Course: BA Social Work
Political Icon or Role Model and Why: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez as she is passionate, dynamic and turns her criticism into positivity and action
Why are you a member of the SNP / What would you like the Party to achieve: I believe in Independence, Self Government and Social Democracy. I believe Scotland is a wonderful country and could do brilliantly as an Independent country working with European and International cousin countries.
Name: James Soren Anderson
Role: Social Media Officer
Course: BA Hons Graphic Design
Political Icon or Role Model and Why: Obama as he is seen to set example that it does matter where you came from to become successful
Why are you a member of the SNP / What would you like the Party to achieve: to help change scotland for better and to help make scotland a strong nordic European country that can makes it own decisions.
Name: Beth Elliott
Role: Women's Officer
Course: BA Social Work
Political Icon or Role Model and Why: Mhairi Black, AOC, Greta Thunberg, because they show that no matter how little you might you think your voice is, you can achieve great things and make a change.
Why are you a member of the SNP / What would you like the Party to achieve: Would it be too cliché to say independence? Generally an end to oppressive parties which dictate over Scotland and giving us the opportunity to make choices for our own interest.
Name: Karuna Shivani Rocco Rinck
Course: BSC Applied Bioscience with Forensic Investigation
Political Icon or Role Model and Why: Jon Gnar - He was a comedian who became a politician as a joke. he formed the 'Best Party' in Iceland.
Why are you a member of the SNP / What would you like the Party to achieve: I used to hate politics. This was mainly due to the lack of action or visible results from debating, campaigning etc. It can feel hopeless. However, since moving here (Scotland) I feel that there is hope and visible action. The things that the SNP have accomplished are numerous and all towards a more social and community-based perspective. I was also very drawn to the strong female figures involved that I have met personally. They get things done. lastly, Nicola Sturgeon and her straightforward and witty approach was something I highly admire.
Name: Ross Clark
Role: Political Education Officer
Name: Kathleen Szwebs