The 2021/22 Committee

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I’m Camille, a fourth year studying French, Spanish and Translation Studies. I will be the Chair of the UoB Linguist this year, as well as Creative Designer. I can’t wait to meet all you language lovers and put on lots of events to make up for the past year.
My name is Anna, I’m a final year French, Spanish and Translation studies student and this year, I’m the Publicity Officer for the Linguist. I’m so excited to work with the other team members and broaden the audience of the Linguist.
I’m Mollie, a fourth year French, German and Translation studies student. This year, I’ll be taking on the role of Secretary, as well as German Editor. I’m really looking forward to bringing together all the fresh content for our issues this year!
Hi, I’m Emma, a fourth year student of French, Catalan and Translation Studies. This year I will be Treasurer and Catalan Editor for the UoB Linguist magazine. I’m looking forward to developing confidence in all things finance-related and immersing myself even more in Catalan culture.

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