Meet your candidates for University Council.

words by Jenny Nguyen

hi warren.

Earlier, On Dit reported on the State Government halving the undergraduate representation on University Council. This came into effect immediately and will take its toll on this year university council elections.

Only ONE undergraduate student will be elected and they will serve a two year term on the newly condensed University Council.

These are your candidates who, if elected, will rub shoulders and limbs with the upper echelons of university elite. Choose wisely.

Louis Guglietti
Bachelor of Laws & International Studies

Activities:
Adelaide University Student Representative Council
Queer Officer, ‘17
Organised the George Duncan memorial ceremony, ’17

Adelaide University Law Students Society
Activities representative, ‘17

LinkedIn connections: 217
BNOC factor: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5

Fun fact: Louis Guglietti wrote one of the best On Dit response articles of all time. He is probably, an Instagram #influencer.

Guglietti will receive a 2nd preference endorsement from medical school candidate, Thomas Rogerson.

Find his online campaign here.


James D’Alessandro
Bachelor of Laws and International Studies

Adelaide University Law Students Society
President, ‘17
Activities Director, ‘16

South Australian Law Students Council
Co-President, ‘17

LinkedIn connections: 386
BNOC rating: ⭐️⭐️.5/5

Fun fact: James D’Alessandro is a law school meme.

D’Alessandro will receive a 2nd preference endorsement from medical school candidate, Patrick Kennewell.

Find his online campaign here.


Xinwei Wang
Bachelor of Architectural Design.

Activities:
Adelaide University Chinese Students Association
President

LinkedIn connections: doesn’t appear to have one :’( 
BNOC rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️/5

Fun fact: Wang was the recipient of StudyAdelaide’s International Student Event of the Year award for his efforts in leading The Multicultural Performance Festival. He also holds a degree in Bachelor of Environmental Policy & Management.

Wang is likely to form a preference deal with Brodie Scott.


Patrick Kennewell
Degree: Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor Surgery.

Activities: 
Adelaide Medical Students Society
Treasurer, ‘17

Adelaide University Debating Society
Vice-president, ‘16

LinkedIn connections: 42
BNOC rating:⭐️⭐️⭐️.5/5

Fun fact: Smashed the UMAT in 2015 and transferred from Laws/Commerce into Medicine & Surgery.

Find his online campaign here.

Kennewell will receive a 2nd preference endorsement from law school candidate, James D’Alessandro.


Brodie Scott
Degree: Bachelor of Laws & Economics.

Activities:
Adelaide University Union
President, ’17 
Clubs Committee, ‘16

Japanese Language and Cultural Club
President, ‘15

Progress UofA
Election organiser, ’16, ‘17

LinkedIn connections: 40
BNOC rating: ⭐⭐️⭐️️

Fun fact: Brodie Scott follows the Maroons in State of Origin.

Scott is likely to form a preference deal with Xinwei Wang and Michael Reschke.


Thomas Rogerson
Degree: Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery

Activities:
Adelaide Medical Students Society

Treasurer, ’17 
Skullduggery convenor, ‘16

Lincoln College Exec Committee
Secretary, ‘13

LinkedIn connections: 1
BNOC rating: ⭐⭐️️/5

Fun fact: Thomas Rogerson once contributed to the on-off publication, Off Dit.

Rogerson will receive a 2nd preference endorsement from law school candidate, Louis Guglietti.

Find his online campaign here.


Michael Reschke
Degree: Bachelor of Economics

Activities:
Adelaide University Student Representative Council
General Secretary, ‘17

Adelaide University Labor Club
Committee member, ‘17

Adelaide Business Students Society
Sponsorships director, ‘17

LinkedIn connections: doesn’t have a LinkedIn account :’( 
BNOC rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️/5

Reschke is likely to form a preference deal with Brodie Scott.

Fun fact: Michael Reschke is a coeliac, only feed him gluten free bread.


Voting starts 10am on Friday, 27 October. Links will be sent out via your student email account. In the meanwhile, you can play our quiz.

***UPDATE***

Wang has withdrawn from the race. Only 6 candidates remain!

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