I’m Luci and my focuses are sustainability, improving support services, mental health, sexual health,
wellbeing, creating green opportunities, accessibility and liberation, supporting green and wellbeing focused
societies, and working with students of faith. I’m experienced in SUBU roles through societies and as a
Part-time Officer, and I am confident I can make real change.
Sustainability policies include addressing the climate crisis and implementing a plastics policy by
transitioning to alternatives and increasing plant-based options in commercial outlets.
Supporting all green focused societies with regular inclusive meetings, encouraging collaborative events,
aiding in funding, promotion, volunteer recruitment and giving green leaders a platform.
Mental health and physical wellbeing means free period products and lobbying SUBU to provide free drug testing
kits. Improving BU Wellbeing, wellbeing campaigns and events, and fighting mental health stigmatisation.
Supporting wellbeing related societies such as yoga, first aid, meditation, sports clubs, dance, and flow
Sexual health and wellbeing includes free sexual health testing, condoms, and dental dams, destigmatising and
promoting awareness of safe kink, running campaigns on consent, and supporting student sex workers.
Green engagement equals creating volunteering opportunities, lobbying SUBU to provide additional funding to
clubs for volunteering, and creating a resource of online virtual green volunteering.
Accessibility means regular liberation meetings with all liberation officers, intersectional events,
addressing accessibility issues, and creating materials about how to be a good ally.
Green spaces is creating and redesigning green spaces on campus and in halls and introducing more living
Holistic wellbeing means improving efficiency and accessibility of support services, making services work more
closely and improving communication, and making information easy to find and access.
Working with students of faith to create an outdoor prayer space and combat religious discrimination via
campaigns. Supporting faith societies and their events, highlighting significant festivals, and holding