By Stephen McCallum
I have been on the UniLife Board as a City West Representative twice and have had the vision and experience to reform UniLife and make it even more effective. There is a great capacity for change within the student movement and I see it as my job to empower students to allow them to represent their own interests and make their own change.
My goals for this year were based around strengthening student representation and improving the administration both for clubs and within UniLife. Currently, UniLife is undergoing structural and cultural reform and will re-emerge stronger in each of the coming semesters this year.
Unfortunately, I have had to resign as the UniLife President, effective as of the 31st of January. I have had a good run, working with a very capable board of student representatives. UniLife’s structural reforms are creating a level of instability, but I’m confident this board will continue to work hard to ensure quality services are delivered to the students of UniSA.
I wish the incoming UniLife President, Arun Thomas, all the best of luck for the rest of the term and bid a kind farewell to the students of UniSA.
Thank you all for your support.
Stephen McCallum, former UniLife President