Second year Politics student Lewis Shaw is to stand as a candidate for the Disability Officer.
Shaw, 21, is adamant that he can make a difference and maintain momentum as far as the strengthening of the DSAS (Disabled Students Association of Stirling) society is concerned, which since its formation has gone from strength to strength.
However, Lewis feels that this would just be the icing on the cake for not only his aspirations but also the society on a whole.
Lewis openly declares that the barriers faced on a day to day basis by students at the university who have a range of disabilities are the barriers that he will not only challenge, but remove.
To vote for Lewis Shaw you can do so by attending the Equality meeting which takes place in A3 Thursday 5pm.
Photo Credit: Lewis Shaw.
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