York University Students' Union

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About York University Students' Union

This article is on the University of York Students' Union in England. For the Canadian version, see York Federation of Students.University of York Students' Union (or YUSU) is the students' union for students of the University of York, England. YUSU is currently housed in the Student Centre, (formerly the Daw Suu Student Centre) in Goodricke College. It is often remarked that the title 'Student Centre', rather than the more usual 'Student Union', was created in order to preserve the abbreviation SC on signing, as the building in question first pulled duty as a squash court. Currently it now only houses the Students' Union (YUSU). Founded in 1964 as the York Students Representative Committee, YUSU has evolved considerably over the years. The first sabbatical President was Dave Mahony, elected in 1965 to replace the first President and Chairman, Pip Nayak. Since then the office of President has remained, barring a brief period in 1986 in which the role was termed General Secretary. The current form of executive is comparatively recent, essentially being created by the abolition of the Internal Vice-President and External Vice-President posts in 2000, and their roles being

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