One point to remember is that for a few modules that are part of the CEG core are taken in ‘off-peak’ semesters. That means CEG students are the likely majority taking the module. For example, PC1432 is taken in semester 1 when most other engineering students take during semester 2. EE2021 is taken in sem 1, year 2 when EE students are likely to take it in sem 2. EE2023 in sem 2, year 2 when EE students take it in sem 1. EE2020 in sem 1, year 2 when EE students take it in sem 2, year 1. Even ST2334, it is likely that CEG students are the majority. Therefore CEG students will likely have common ground on the same issues that we all face during the progress of each module and being a cohort majority in certain modules means that you should make your helpful CEG representatives work to have your voice heard if there are any dire issues that you face in the modules. It also means that you are all competing internally. However CEG should stay united and move together as one.