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UniGate – An Exams Special: SRC Exec, SRC Reps-elect, SRC inquorate, USU shuts down competition, and Peter Fitzsimons copies and pastes

UniGate – An Exams Special: SRC Exec, SRC Reps-elect, SRC inquorate, USU shuts down competition, and Peter Fitzsimons copies and pastes

Senate elections, USU shuts down competition, SRC Exec’s dwindling meetings, SRC representatives-elect

The dawn of a new EPOC

The dawn of a new EPOC

Justin Pen reports on the birth of the Ethno-cultural and People of Colour collective

USYD student organisations respond to the Coalition’s demolition of SSAF

USYD student organisations respond to the Coalition’s demolition of SSAF

USYD student organisations widely condemn the Coalition’s plans to scrap the SSAF

The death of conviction politics: Avani Dias

The death of conviction politics: Avani Dias

Avani Dias explores the death of conviction politics in the lead up to the federal election.

UniGate Week 4 – More SRC & Honi Soit shenanigans, cheaper cider, Bob Carr, and USU supports the strike

UniGate Week 4 – More SRC & Honi Soit shenanigans, cheaper cider, Bob Carr, and USU supports the strike

More SRC & Honi Soit shenanigans, cheaper cider, Bob Carr, and USU supports the strike

UniGate Week 3 – SRC & Honi candidates, NU$, a drugs bust, and a pizza heist

UniGate Week 3 – SRC & Honi candidates, NU$, a drugs bust, and a pizza heist

All the rumours, hearsay, and downright slander from the world of student politics and culture.

Open letter to Michael Spence

Open letter to Michael Spence

The SRC Executive has written an open letter to Vice-Chancellor Michael Spence about police on campus

SRC backs Israel boycott

SRC backs Israel boycott

An SRC meeting failed to bring about world peace but succeeded in upsetting everybody in the room, writes Max Chalmers.

NUS a Toothless Tiger?

NUS a Toothless Tiger?

Does the National Union of Students (NUS) still have any relevance? Nick Rowbotham skipped Melbourne’s laneways, lattes and giant balls of yarn to sit in on the annual conference of Australia’s peak student representative body.

Pressure on as SSAF deadline nears

Pressure on as SSAF deadline nears

A deal is close to being struck, reports Michael Koziol.

A fond, fuddled farewell to the SRC

A fond, fuddled farewell to the SRC

Michael Koziol reflects the morning after the last hurrah

Progressive coalition trumps Indies

Progressive coalition trumps Indies

This was the left’s year to dominate, writes Paul Ellis

The joy of gardening

The joy of gardening

Alexander Peters wants Sydney students to get green thumbs

SUV rental jumps again to $256.80

SUV rental jumps again to $256.80

Price hikes at Sydney University Village have set campaigners into battle against a lack of affordable student housing, writes Ada Lee

Reflections from the polling booth

Reflections from the polling booth

Kitty-Jean Laginha gets a kick out of exercising her democratic rights

The more things change, the more they stay the same

The more things change, the more they stay the same

Honi Soit is produced just metres from the wall Tony Abbott is said to have ‘punched’ at the end of a brutal 1977 SRC election campaign. With the history of these rooms now the subject of national news, Michael Koziol took the opportunity to dig through the archives.

Getting to know your EO

Getting to know your EO

Connie Ye sat down with veteran SRC Electorial Officer Paulene Graham.

Koori Centre under threat

Koori Centre under threat

Changes to student support need student consultation, writes Laura Murphy-Oates

Money Changes Everything

Money Changes Everything

While universities are required to consult student organisations about how the Student Services and Amenities Fee should be spent, they have no obligation to pass any of it on to student unions, councils, or other organisations. Adam Chalmers investigates where your money might end up, amid ongoing tension between the student union and the university.