Published: 5 June 2014

Guild award winners celebrated

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The Liverpool Guild of Students has celebrated the best of students and University staff at its annual awards ceremony.

The event, which is now in its sixth year, aims to recognise the achievements of the student community and celebrate those that have had a positive impact on the student experience at the University of Liverpool.

Categories include Best Course Representatives, Outstanding Student Support, Best Halls Student Committee (HSC) Individual, Best Activist, Most Impact on the Community and Outstanding Contribution to Societies.

A record 300 nominations were received for the awards this year and a shortlist of 58 was chosen for the event.

The winners in each category are:

University Life

  • Best Course Representative (Science and Engineering): Xinxin Cao
  • Best Course Representative (Health and Life Sciences): Aimee Cole
  • Best Course Representative (Humanities and Social Sciences): Mark-Aleks Evtimov
  • Outstanding Student Support: Diane Appleton
  • Best Halls’ Student Committee Individual: Padraic Walsh
  • Student Switch Off Award (Water): Roscoe and Gladstone Halls
  • Student Switch Off Award (Energy): Derby and Rathbone Halls
  • Student Switch Off Award (Recycling): Rankin Hall

Guild Life

  • Best Activist: Kitty Worthing

Liverpool Life

  • Most Impact on the Community (Society or Project): Food Cycle
  • Most Impact on the Community (Individual): Daniella Persaud

Societies Life

  • Best Performing Arts Society: University of Liverpool Street Society
  • Best Student Media Society: LSRadio
  • Best Celebrating Faith Society: National Hindu Students’ Forum Liverpool
  • Best Celebrating Culture Society: Thai Society
  • Best Affecting Change Society: Liverpool University Feminist Society
  • Best Academic Society: English Society
  • Best Sharing Activity Society: University of Liverpool Bake Soc
  • Outstanding Contribution to Societies (Individual): Sam Jones

Sam Butler, President of the Liverpool Guild of Students, said: “The Guild values representation, participation and creating a positive experience; all of which are demonstrated in the outstanding groups and individuals who have been recognised at this year’s awards. We are incredibly proud of all the nominees and winners.”

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