The first replacement exam will be released on 19-21 December, the second paper will be available between 19-21 January next year and a third paper available for completion between 13-15 February.
Following discussions over a number of sombre motions and a round of silent ball, the final SRC meeting of 2022 wrapped up with plenty of reflection, camaraderie and reminiscence.
This potentially signals a new, apolitical era that prioritises the needs of the society and its members, after a history of student politicians using SASS executive positions to launch their student political careers.
The meeting was almost shut down due WHS-violating noise levels and the risk of a physical fight, after the Left lost an Enviro Convenor position to the Liberals.
Jorgensen was elected on the first count with three times the number of votes as his undergraduate competitors, while Shen was elected on the second count with twice as many votes as the postgraduate runner-up.
Despite 15 months of ongoing enterprise bargaining, University management has yet to put forward substantial offers on key NTEU demands.
Kumar is positioning himself as the candidate “with the best shot at representing the left on campus”, running on a policy platform that promises to improve outcomes for disadvantaged students. However, he is expected to struggle without any factional experience.
Although Tu appears to have some leadership experience, currently holding two SRC office bearer positions and being a FASS Education Committee representative, her record of involvement in these positions appears to be lacking.
Jorgensen is promising reforms in student administrative services, although it is yet to be seen whether he will be substantially different from the outgoing student fellows.
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