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    Alumni Access to forum

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    As someone who is graduating a year later than my friends (due to a placement year) the new rules for buying tickets through the SU for the forum nights out have made my life difficult. The new rules mean only 1 student and 1 guest ticket is allowed- i understand that this is for crowd control etc however it seems unfair to limit people to 1 guest as you can't assume what friendship groups people have. Most of my friends come to visit on a regular basis (all are ex-students from Herts ) but we are unable to go as a group out to the forum- surely as alumni they should be able to still get in and spend money (which will only help the SU) but as i can only buy 2 tickets (one for myself and one guest) it is impossible (and we are talking about nights where the forum is empty anyway). I was under the impression that alumni are still considered vital part of the uni life long after they have graduates however it seems they are forgotten straight away.
Roger Sraw
3:35pm on 5 Feb 19 Amen Sister
 
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