REVEALED: Final shortlists for Clubs & Socs Awards

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The International Society took home the coveted Club of the Year gong in 2016. Credit: Stirling Students’ Union

Final shortlists for this year’s Clubs & Socs Award Ball have officially been announced.

The annual bash is being held on Monday, April 3, kicking off at 7pm at Stirling Court Hotel on campus.

The glamorous occasion will see clubs and societies recognised for their efforts this academic year across 13 different categories.

If you haven’t got your ticket yet, there’s time – limited tickets are still available, which you can buy from the Union’s main office for £36.

Brig unveiled the longlists for four of the categories for this year’s Clubs & Socs Ball in the latest edition of our newspaper, which came out on Thursday.

However, we can now give you the full and final shortlists across all categories.

Among the top nominees include Musical Theatre (six), Shazam (six, counting Dora Walkington’s nod for Biggest Contribution to the Student Body), PolSoc (four) and International Society (four).

Meanwhile, the Fitness Society, GEM and SUDS are all sitting on three nominations apiece.

Brig‘s own features and film & TV editor Stuart Graham is up for two nominations – Unsung Hero and Biggest Contribution to the Student Body.

VP Communities Jess Logan said: “We are delighted to announce the shortlist for this year’s Clubs & Societies Awards Ball.

“This year, we smashed last year’s record of nominations received, with over 170 of you individually nominating across the 13 categories – that’s potentially over 2000 nominations!

“As ever, the committee of Students’ Union officers, staff members and society presidents had a remarkably tough decision to make.

“With so much happening on campus this year we are delighted to recognise the following achievements, on top of so many more which we simply could not accommodate.”

Most Innovative Idea

  • African & Caribbean Society: Fashion Show
  • GEM: Trans Clothes Swap
  • Doctor Who: “Term in the Tardis”
  • Musical Theatre: “Cabaret”
  • Wizarding Society: Snape’s Diary

Best Event

  • Shazam & GSoc: “24hrs Game Changers”
  • Brig: “The Big Brig Talk”
  • Rock Society: “Cosplay Voltage”
  • GEM: “Sex Worker Talk”
  • SUDS: “Stuart Cormack Memorial Fundraiser”

Wooden Spoon

  • Max Kiecker: “Bee Problem”
  • GEM: “Condom Fiasco”
  • Hilary Newth: “Dumyat Dragons Tackling”
  • PolSoc: “Weekend in Amsterdam”
  • Air3: “Zombie Porn Website Run”

Biggest Contribution to the Student Body

  • Brig
  • Stuart Graham
  • International Society
  • Simron Kandola
  • Dora Walkington

Best Rookie

  • Lewis Bisset
  • Katherine Colvine
  • Abby Ferguson
  • Marco Lombardi
  • Marie Stadtler

Unsung Hero

  • Ruaridh Bell (Musical Theatre)
  • Rylee Binns (Mental Wellbeing)
  • Stuart Graham (AirTV, Brig)
  • Cameron Reid & Caroll Ewen (Volunteering Society)
  • Tom Wadsworth (Shazam)

Best Collaboration

  • Shazam & GSoc: “24hrs Game Changers”
  • Political Societies: Cross-Party Social
  • Musical Theatre & Medieval History
  • Fitness Society & Mental Wellbeing
  • International & Volunteering Society: “Food Night”

Best Publicity

  • Air3
  • Fitness Society
  • Musical Theatre
  • PolSoc
  • Tom Wadsworth (Shazam)

Best New Club

  • Doctor Who
  • Fitness Society
  • Mental Wellbeing
  • Social Work Society
  • Vegan & Vegetarian Society

Committee of the Year

  • Brig
  • SUDS
  • International Society
  • Musical Theatre
  • PolSoc

President of the Year

  • Rachel Bradshaw (Labour Society)
  • Scott Mackay (Paintball)
  • Maria Murdoch (Law Society)
  • Dan Vevers (Brig)
  • Dora Walkington (Shazam)

Lifetime Achievement

  • Rylee Binns
  • Ross Brannigan
  • Simron Kandola
  • Scott Mackay
  • Kieran Skelton

Alumni Engagement Club of the Year

  • Brig
  • SUDS
  • International Society
  • Musical Theatre
  • PolSoc

 

 

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