The Third Eye Announces their 20/21 Exec

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Posted On November 14, 2020

The Third Eye, a media organisation at the University of Malta have just held their AGM tonight where they welcomed the new student executive and bid farewell to the previous one. The new nine executive members are:

  1. President: Jack Cassar
  2. Vice-President: Maya Pollacco
  3. Secretary General: Xylona Spiteri
  4. Financial Officer: Maria Gatt
  5. Public Relations Officer: Rebecca Zammit
  6. Events Officer: Andreas Bugeja
  7. Media Officer: Gabriel Cassar
  8. Content Manager: Nicola Tabone
  9. Brand Marketing Manager: George Vella

The new president of The Third Eye, Jack Cassar who was last year’s Secretary General stated at the beginning of his speech, as he was presenting the yearly report that,

“It is fair to say that this year has been an interesting and challenging one with the pandemic changing our way of life, The Third Eye had to endure and adapt its methods to keep up with the changing of times. In spite of everything The Third Eye did everything and its utmost to grow and produce content of an appeasing quality”.

Last year’s president, George Grima’s last remarks were,

“We worked this year, like the year before and I am sure this year that The Third Eye is going to continue working to be the voice of the students”.

Insite Malta congratulates the past executive for a successful year of hard work and wishes the new executive all the best of luck for the upcoming new year!   

Written by Emma Galea

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