Meet the Seniors

Alice Robinson (Lower Ground Floor)


Hey everyone, I’m Alice and for those of you lucky enough to live on LG, I’m your hall senior for this year!! Having lived in Beit Hall for my first two years at Imperial, it’s my first year in Selkirk too so let’s make it a great one. If you ever want to find me, I can usually be found working super hard on my Materials with Nuclear Engineering degree in the RSM, at the union/slug or in LG78 right at the end of the corridor. Finally congratulations on choosing a fantastic university and for making it here. Plz get involved with everything you can and make sure you make the most of your time here.

P.S. The LG kitchen better stay nice and clean and tidy, Alice is sad if there’s nowhere to do her washing up :(

Jordan Seyedi (Mezzanine Floor)

JordanHey Guys! My name is Jordan; I’m a fourth year Geology and Geophysics student. You will tend to find me in awe of German/Classic cars or climbing a mountain looking at rocks, outside of these hours, I am here to help you all have a memorable first year! Make sure to take advantage of all the events we hold throughout the year, many free or heavily subsidised, as this is where you will make most of your closest friends. Feel free to ask me any questions you have about Imperial/Halls and I will endeavour to help you as much as possible or point you in the right direction. I look forward to meeting you and having a great year with you all!

Jan Geberbauer (First (and best) floor)


My name is Gru. If you read the terms and conditions you will know that you have all agreed to become my minions. I will be fair and kind as long as you help me in all my endeavours, without question or reproach. We will discuss your roles further when you arrive, but for now I would like to give you some guidelines for life in Selkirk:

  1. Selkirk is the best hall in the world.
  2. Southside is better than Eastside.
  3. Imperial College is better than UCL.
  4. Biologists are the Psychologists of Imperial (sorry).

Freshers are required to routinely buy Seniors drinks on nights out.
Please arrive safely and promptly, and I look forward to soon conquering the world with all of you.

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About Wim… What can I say about this wonderful human being that hasn’t been said before? Wim is a beautiful creature, inside and out. He is selfless, his generosity knows no bounds, and he is kind to the point of saintliness. Wim is humble and quiet, but with a distinct inner strength and resolve. He rules Selkirk with an iron fist of fluffiness. He is a benevolent God amongst mortals.

 Cesar Roux Dit Buisson (Second Floor)

CesarHello one and all! I’m Cesar, a fourth year Computing student. If you can’t find me in Selkirk or my lecture halls I’ll most probably be swimming. I try to live up to the reputation of the French when it comes to cooking, though I’m still quite a (very incredibly long) way off a Michelin star. I’m a firm believer that a happy student life can start from your plate, so I’m more than happy to show you all the necessary cooking skills. If I have the time, I may also be coerced into baking some bread. First year is undoubtedly the best of all your years at Uni, so make sure you enjoy it to the max! I met my flatmates for my second year in halls, and met most of my friends from outside my course here too. I hope you’ll enjoy it as much as we all did!

 Deniz Ak (Third Floor)


Hi! My name is Deniz and I’m a 3rd year medical student. Welcome to the best halls in the world. I absolutely loved my time at Selkirk and I know you will too. I’m a massive lover of sports and gym so you’ll see me living at Ethos, as well as the Imperial based hospitals. Come and find me, hopefully not in A&E and I will be happy to help out with anything.Most importantly, I will help you make the most out of your time in halls.

Much love, Deniz ♥