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Cambridge University Students' Union.
St John's College 
Cambridge University Students' Union
Institution University of Cambridge
Location Old Examination Hall, New Museums Site, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom
Established 1971
President Thomas Chigbo (St John's)
Other Coordinator: Clare Tyson 
sabbatical (Murray Edwards), Access: Joe
officers Farish (Trinity), Education: Sam Wakeford (Trinity Hall), Welfare and Graduates: Amiya Bhatia (St John's), Women's: Natalie Szarek (Newnham)
Members c. 21,000 total
Affiliations National Union of Students, Aldwych Group, UKCISA

Cambridge University Students' Union (CUSU) is the university-wide representative body for students at the University of Cambridge, England. CUSU is a federal body made up of college JCRs and MCRs.
CUSU was founded as the Cambridge Students' Union (CSU) in 1971 and formally recognised by the university authorities on May 25, 1984 and renamed, following a student referendum in March 1985, as CUSU - Cambridge University Students Union. Its second president was Charles Clarke, later a Labour MP, Secretary of State for Education and Home Secretary.
There had been previous university-wide groups, such as CAMNUS (Cambridge NUS), which was founded in 1964 by Gordon Heald, John Bibby and others. CAMNUS arranged certain university-wide student facilities, such as 'CAMNUS Coaches' (an end-of-term bus service to all parts of the country), and an inter-collegiate mail service.
CUSU should not be confused with the Cambridge Union Society, a world-famous debating society established in 1815; membership to both is open to all students at Cambridge, but the Cambridge Union is a private society and membership is dependent on payment of a subscription. Despite the Cambridge Union Society never having been a students' union in the modern sense, it did briefly affiliate to the National Union of Students in 1924 under the leadership of Rab Butler.
Although graduate students at Cambridge University are members of CUSU, there is also a students' union specifically for graduate student affairs, the University of Cambridge Graduate Union.

CUSU holds elections annually for 6 or 7 full-time officers, several part-time officers and a number of delegates (13 in 2009, with the President making the 14th delegate ex officio) to the National Union of Students (NUS) Annual Conference.
The full-time officers take a one year sabbatical from their studies (or directly after they have graduated) and are: President Access and Funding Officer Coordinator Education Officer Ethical Affairs Officer (only when funding is available) Student Support Officer (joint with the Graduate Union) Women's Officer
There are also five "Autonomous Campaigns" of the CUSU, which are semi-independent bodies dealing with a particular subset of students. They are: CUSU LBGT (Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay and Transgender) CUSU International Black Students Campaign CUSU Women's Union (the Chair of which is the sabbatical Women's Officer) Disabled Students' Liberation Campaign
The chairs of the autonomous campaigns may only be elected by members of that campaign.

In March 2006, the largest Cambridge college students' union, Trinity College Students' Union voted to disaffiliate from CUSU for the academic year 2006/2007. Several other colleges were reported to be also considering the option.[1] Trinity College Students' Union reaffiliated in early 2007, following re-engagement work by the incumbent sabbatical officers.
Former CSU/CUSU Presidents and Sabbatical Officers

Notable former sabbaticals include: Charles Clarke, President 1971-72. David Lidington, Deputy-President 1977-78. Natalie Ceeney, President 1990-1991. Pav Akhtar, President 2001-2. Wes Streeting, President 2004-5
Table of former CSU/CUSU Presidents and Sabbatical Officers
Year          Title         Name                 College

1970-71   President   John   Newbigin   Queens'
1971-72   President   Charles    Clarke   King's
1972-73   President   Mike    Grabiner   King's
1973-74PresidentNeville WaltonSt. John's
Jill Lewis Newnham
1974-75   President   Tony   Allen   Mills   Jesus
Deputy   President   Robert   Breare   Pembroke
1975-76   President   Alastair   Begg  Sidney   Sussex
Deputy President Pippa BerryKing's
1976-77   President   John Stewart   Downing
Deputy PresidentSimon TurnerSidney Sussex
1977-78   President   Tom Hayhoe   Corpus Christi
Deputy President   David Lidington   Sidney    Sussex
1978-79   PresidentCharles BurchTrinity
Deputy President   Alan   Newman   Emmanuel
1979-80   President   Jon HuntSt John's
Deputy   President   Tom Fish   Churchill
1980-81   President   Ian WrightSt Catharine's
Deputy President Sarah Rowland Jones Newnham
1981-82 President Nick Alexander Downing
Deputy President Anne Clift-Hill Newnham
1982-83 President Ann Robinson Newnham
Deputy President Nick HolgateTrinity
1983-84 President Martin MarkusTrinity Hall
Deputy President Mike Thursfield Emmanuel
1984-85 President Chris Thornton Clare
Deputy President Martin Tod St. John's
1985-86 President Mary Browning King's
Deputy President (Services)Andy Loader Christ's
Deputy President (Welfare)Tanya Pein Churchill
1986-87 President Michael Black Selwyn
Deputy President (Services) Louis Bezodis St. Catharine's
Deputy President (Welfare)Satnam VirdiKing's
1987-88 President Sian Griffiths New Hall
Deputy President (Services) Lowe St. Catharine's
Deputy President (Welfare) Dave LeesGirton
1988-89President Gillian Wilson St John's
Deputy President (Services) Lee Berridge Clare
Deputy President (Welfare) Fiona Caldwell Emmanuel
1989-90 President Kathryn Robinson New Hall
Deputy President (Services) Nicholas Whyte Clare
Deputy President (Welfare) David Derbyshire Clare
Deputy President (Communications) Suzanne Gill New Hall
1990-91President Natalie Ceeney Newnham
Deputy President (Services)Kathryn Packer Emmanuel
Deputy President (Welfare) Bill Hayton Downing
Deputy President (Communications)Duncan RossQueens'
1991-92 President Bridget Martindale Selwyn
Deputy President (Services)Matt Young Clare
Deputy President (Welfare)Simon ChaplinFitzwilliam
Deputy President (Communications)Siwan HaywardGirton
1992-93PresidentMark WatsonSt. Catharine's
Deputy President (Services)Caterina TzortziRobinson
Deputy President (Welfare)Mel WoodQueens'
Deputy President (Communications)Matthew WhiteClare
1993-94PresidentBarney HamiltonSt. John's
Deputy President (Services)David BluntEmmanuel
Deputy President (Welfare)Mark GoodrichTrinity Hall
Deputy President (Communications)Chris MeasuresFitzwilliam
Women's OfficerMel BarlowNew Hall
1994-95PresidentAnna DixonTrinity Hall
Deputy President (Services)Russell SmithSt. Catharine's
Deputy President (Welfare)Doug LynchGonville & Caius
Deputy President (Communications)Eduardo ReyesClare
Women's OfficerLucy CartwrightTrinity Hall
1995-96PresidentNick ForbesSelwyn
Services OfficerNeil BentleyGonville & Caius
Welfare OfficerFrancesca HollandJesus
Academic Affairs OfficerCeri SmithEmmanuel
Women's OfficerJenny ReindorpClare
1996-97PresidentBen JacksonEmmanuel
Services OfficerJames VaccaroKing's
Welfare OfficerBen GriffithsClare
Academic Affairs OfficerNeil McInnesJesus
Women's OfficerDenise BurfordEmmanuel
1997-98PresidentSarah BonnettSidney Sussex
Services OfficerDave StrachanEmmanuel
Welfare OfficerElliot VaughnClare
Academic Affairs OfficerColin HorswellClare
Women's OfficerPenny PereiraKing's
1998-99PresidentHolly LinklaterJesus
Services OfficerChris TimmsPembroke
Welfare OfficerMark Jones ParryChurchill
Academic Affairs OfficerAlix LangleyChurchill
Women's OfficerRuth ScottKing's
1999-00PresidentTristan JonesEmmanuel
Services OfficerAlan BirdTrinity Hall
Welfare OfficerMary WebberJesus
Academic Affairs OfficerDaniel BlaneyKing's
Women's OfficerKatie McClymontKing's
2000-01PresidentMat CoakleyKing's
Services OfficerMartin Lucas-SmithKing's
Welfare OfficerIsabel HudsonKing's
Academic Affairs OfficerLouise Capel-CureNewnham
Women's OfficerLaura TimmsKing's
2001-02PresidentPav AkhtarHomerton
Services OfficerStewart MorrisChrist's
Welfare OfficerHelen EvansSt John's
Academic Affairs OfficerMike BourkeChrist's
Women's OfficerAlison IsmailEmmanuel
Access OfficerRachel TrippGirton
2002-03PresidentPaul LewisKing's
Services OfficerCraig WilkieChrist's
Welfare & Graduates OfficerAlice PenningtonChrist's
Academic Affairs OfficerKatie ChildsGirton
Women's OfficerChris HollyTrinity
Access OfficerSteph HawrylaNewnham
2003-04PresidentBen BrindedGonville & Caius
Services OfficerKeith CollantineSelwyn
Welfare & Graduates OfficerLizz WallerGirton
Academic Affairs OfficerJessica ChildsKing's
Women's OfficerJo ReadNewnham
Access OfficerSuzy ButlerPembroke
2004-05PresidentWes StreetingSelwyn
Services OfficerEdward ShattockFitzwilliam
Welfare & Graduates OfficerRichard ReidPembroke
Academic Affairs OfficerDrew LivingstonPeterhouse
Women's OfficerJo Read♦Newnham
Access OfficerNaveed AnwarSelwyn
2005-06PresidentLaura WalshFitzwilliam
Services OfficerJennifer CooperNewnham
Welfare & Graduates OfficerVicki MannSidney Sussex
Academic Affairs OfficerDrew Livingston♦Peterhouse
Women's OfficerMichelle NuttallKing's
Access OfficerZen JelenjeClare
2006-07PresidentMark FergusonRobinson
Services OfficerAshley AaronsGirton
Welfare & Graduates OfficerSamuel RoseSt John's
Academic Affairs Officer '06David EwingsQueens'
Academic Affairs Officer '07Patrick LeonardGirton
Women's OfficerHarriet BouldingNewnham
Access OfficerLuke PickeringGirton
2007-08PresidentMark FletcherJesus
Services OfficerAdam ColliganSelwyn
Welfare & Graduates OfficerAndrea WalkoKings
Academic Affairs OfficerPeter CoulthardSt John's
Women's OfficerElly ShepherdFitzwilliam
Access OfficerCharlotte RicherJesus
2008-09PresidentMark Fletcher♦Jesus
Education Officer & Deputy PresidentAnt BagshawJesus
Access & Funding OfficerCharlotte Richer♦Jesus
CoordinatorAdam Colligan♦Selwyn
Welfare & Graduates OfficerAndrea Walko♦King's
Women's OfficerNatalie SzarekNewnham
2009-10PresidentTom ChigboSt John's
Education Officer & Deputy PresidentSam WakefordTrinity Hall
Access & Funding OfficerJoe FarishTrinity
CoordinatorClare TysonMurray Edwards
Welfare & Graduates Officer (until 9th February)Amiya BhatiaSt John's
Student Support Officer (after 10th February)
Women's OfficerNatalie Szarek♦Newnham
2010-11PresidentRahul MansiganiRobinson
Education Officer & Deputy PresidentMaria HelmlingCorpus Christi
Access & Funding OfficerAndy McGowanTrinity Hall
CoordinatorChris LillycropSt Catharine's
Student Support OfficerMorgan WildSidney Sussex
Women's OfficerSarah Peters-HarrisonMurray Edwards

♦ - Officers elected after seeking a second term
St John's College

St John's College was founded in 1511 by Lady Margaret Beaufort, mother of King Henry VII. The second largest of the constituent Colleges of the University of Cambridge, it has about 135 Fellows, 530 undergraduates and 300 graduate students. The total current membership of the College, comprising in essence all those who have studied here, stands at around 12,000.
Visiting St John's

The College is open to visitors all year round at the following times: Monday, 1 March 2010 to Friday, 29 October 2010 between 10am and 5.30pm Saturday, 30 October 2010 to Monday, 28 February 2011 between 10am and 3.30pm

Tourist charges

Adult: £3.20
Children under 12: free
Children (12-17): £2.00
OAP: £2.00
Accompanied by Green Badge guide: £2.00 Members of the university, Cambridge residents and those visiting the College for academic purposes may enter free of charge.


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