For the first time, the stakeholders have ceased negotiations, handing over decisions about the distribution of SSAF to the University Executive
The University has rejected Women's Officers' requests for a mandatory consent module, based on a lack of pedagogical evidence
The University is now trialling a consent module after Honi wrote an article suggesting USyd was falling behind its international counterparts. Coincidence? Probably.
USyd rants success story
The NTEU present a draft of worker's claims in advance of upcoming EBA negotiations, in the hope of reducing staff redundancies.
ANUSA has not been an accredited member of NUS for the last year.
The University's most powerful body is getting new members
SLS cold calling for board too. It's been a weird week.
Students are struggling to access relevant, timely information about administration from the centralised 1800 SYD UNI and Student Centre services.
Your ATAR is no longer enough to get you into ANU