“It’s not enough for governments to look just at GDP. As important as that indicator is, we need to look at the number of years people are living and how healthy those years are.”
Author: Christian Holman
Law school is where dreams come to die, and where we come to kill them.
They married not for love, but because Max is unable to access government support while undertaking studies at the ANU.
Straight out of Budget Lockup, Honi gives you all the info on where students lie in this year’s Federal Budget.
2022 marks the second consecutive year of uncontested SULS elections, and a wider trend toward decreased engagement with campus elections.
“We don’t anticipate the campaign weakening at all, and whatever students can do for staff, we’re there for you a hundred per cent of the way.”
In the wake of the most recent NSSS, and with the issue of student safety once again on the agenda, how do we avoid the same mistakes? What do we change when nothing changes?
Two undergraduates and two juris doctors have expressed interest in the position.
To hear someone is on track with their progression understandably leaves the impression they’ve found nothing better to do.
Michael Spence expensed $133,525.46 over two years against the University, including thousands on exclusive all-male social clubs.