November 20, 2017 6

Male rep is a stupid idea.  It is 2017 and the number of women on council should be being celebrated not challenged by this notion of a male rep being introduced. The reason there was […]

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Student Council Beckons

November 2, 2017 0

The first Student Council meeting of the academic year will take place on November 2. The meeting will allow elected student representatives and the SAC to debate on the proposed big ideas. These big ideas […]


Save Our Guild Wheel

May 16, 2016 0

The Preston community unites to help Save Our Guild Wheel. Save Our Guild Wheel is a campaign which has been initiated by the Guild Wheel Users Group to protect the much loved area from the threats posed by […]


Students’ Council By-Election Winners Announced

May 13, 2016 0

After a day of voting, the winners of three by-elections to the UCLan Students’ Council have been announced. Students’ Union old hand Emili Peake will be returning to Council for another year, this time in […]


And The Winner Is… Phoebe Dearden

April 3, 2016 1

Now that the dust has settled, Pluto is catching up with the winning candidates for a brief interview. Today, we speak to Chair of Council-Elect, Phoebe Dearden. How do you feel about winning? Thankful for all […]


Councillor against decision to close nightclub.

June 27, 2015 1

  By Emmi Bowles- Editor-in-Chief A UCLan student and Preston Councillor says the closure of MACs is ‘unfair’. Daniel Dewhurst, who is also chair of Preston Conservatives, says the decision is ‘unfair’ and ‘unjust’. The […]

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UCLan Student Elected as Local Councillor

May 10, 2015 1

By Abi Donoghue – Deputy News Editor A UCLan student has been elected as a councillor for the Lea ward in Preston. 20-year-old politics student Daniel Dewhurst from Grimsargh was successful after his second attempt in two […]

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Union Decides Against Removing Media Officer

February 17, 2015 1

  By Jasleen Kaur – Features Editor The SU’s Trustee Board has rejected a proposed reform of the Student Affairs Committee (SAC), despite a unanimous vote from the Students’ Council supporting it. The proposal would […]

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