Social Officer | Sophie Jaggar

The Social Officer is responsible for organising and overseeing O-Week, Bush Week, ANUSA BBQs and other social events. The Social Officer is also the first point of contact for clubs and societies (C&S) and the Students Council, the ANUSA body responsible for funding C&S activity.



Hi Everyone!!!!

I hope you are keen for a massive 2017! I am super excited to run a really great social and clubs program, and I hope you are keen to join me on the journey!

Some things to look out for during O WEEK:

1. MAKE SURE you are going to ANUSA's O Week Facebook event - https://www.facebook.com/events/221753801611078/
In the description, there are links to all the cool events that are being run <3 <3

2. Come along to ~~~CLOUD NINE~~~~ the biggest uni party ANU has ever seen! With a fully sick line up, two stages, food vendors, an environmental plan, art installation pieces, and some inspired decoration, this event is going to be the best night of your 2017~. Event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/913582088778433/

3. WE HAVE AN APP! ANUSA has partnered with some other cool organisations on campus to deliver your one-stop-shop for O Week needs. Head to the Google Play store / App store and search 'ANU eHub'. Alternatively, head to https://guidebook.com/app/ANU/

4. Coffee Roulette!! Meet some new friends over FREE coffee! Sign up online (https://goo.gl/forms/hMBfgKbw9aqH12iF2). Once you sign up, you will receive a time and location, as well as THREE other comrades to share the experience with. A cool new social initiative for coffee lovers!

5. STREET PIANOS!! Find them around campus, give them a play!

If you see me around campus during O Week, make sure you say hey!!!!!


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