Core Responsibilities:

  • Hosting and moderating the weekly writers’ meetings
  • Hosting the committee meetings
  • Acting as a lead representative and signatory of Uni-Verse
  • Managing and leading the committee
  • Creating the booklet

Favourite genre: gothic horror

Favourite poem: “It’s all I have to bring today” by Emily Dickinson

Writes: poetry and prose



Core Responsibilities:

  • President’s deputy and second-in-command: staying on top of dates, assignments, and managing expectations
  • Host weekly meetings & cohost monthly committee meetings with the President
  • Manage and support fellow committee members
  • Manage grant applications and other bureaucratic task

Favourite genre: fantasy

Favourite novels: Spellslinger by Sebastien de Castell, Words of Radiance by Brandon Sanderson

Writes: prose



Core responsibilities:

  • Manage the regular finances: keeping a ledger of all in- and out-going money, refunding committee members, collecting membership
  • Communicate with sponsoring members
  • Manage the annual finances: compile the annual financial report, run the report by the Wardens (Profs. Radak and Reichl), present annual finances at AGM

Favourite genres:

fantasy and poetry

Favourite poem:

“The Primrose” by Robert Burns and “Empty Flat” by Florentina 🙂





Core responsibilities:

  • Keeping a list of official members
  • Preparing the agenda for committee meetings & taking minutes during committee meetings
  • Organising and hosting the AGM with the VP

Favourite genre: I think there are great stories in every genre

Favourite poem: Breakfast conversations by Florentina (our president) 🙂

Writes: all kinds of stories about people and their experiences and feelings

Social Media Manager


Core responsibilities:

  • Announcing the weekly meetings
  • Creating content for Uni-Verse’s social media channels
  • Moderation of the Uni-Verse Facebook group
  • Overseeing the email inbox

Favourite genres: crime fiction, fantasy, romance and literally everything

Favourite novels: I don’t really have any favourites of anything because usually, the book I’m currently reading is my favourite but I remember Looking for Alaska by John Green having a great impact on my 15-year-old self (meaning: that book literally crushed me, nevertheless, 100% recommend)

Writes: poetry/prose and anything that heals my soul