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Editorial: Semester 1, Week 13

By the time Honi Soit returns to stands in Semester Two we will have a new federal government. Past editions that also directly preceded an election read heavy with hopelessness. Similarly, this semester of Honi Soit rings loudly with the voices of students that have been let down by the institutions that claim to represent…

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Wom*n’s Officer election marred with controversy

The position of Wom*n’s Officer may be contested at the 19 October SRC representatives elect meeting, despite the SRC traditionally voting in the candidates preselected by the Wom*n’s Collective. In recent history, the position has never been contested at the representatives elect meeting. The Wom*n’s Collective will hold its pre-selection on 17 October, whereby any…

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USU Senate-appointed director steps down

July’s University of Sydney Union Board meeting is expected to see the resignation of Senate-appointed Director Simone Whetton, who has been a director of the USU since July 2013. According to USU President Michael Rees a replacement for Whetton is yet to be confirmed. Appointments are traditionally made at the sole discretion of the University…

Heavy, slow-moving morning commute traffic on westbound Highway 80 on the second day after the 580 freeway collapse.  PHOTO:  Mark Costantini / The Chronicle




Heavy, slow-moving morning commute traffic on westbound Highway 80 on the second day after the 580 freeway collapse.  PHOTO:  Mark Costantini / The Chronicle
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The Long Journey Home

I grew up in Kurrajong, a suburb that sits west of the Hawkesbury River, on the lower slopes of the Blue Mountains. When I was younger and contemplating my future, Sydney University seemed so far away. And the reality is, it was far away: a 20-minute bus ride, an hour and 40 minute train ride, and…

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Taking Up Space

Sometimes my friends interrupt me as though I’ve said nothing at all, broaching a new subject, a new train of thought. To be quiet is too often thought to be weak, and in the social climbing world of Sydney University if your voice isn’t loud enough nobody will listen, writes Natalie Buckett.