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Yesterday’s strike at USYD, the fourth day of industrial action so far this semester, has given rise to claims of police brutality and questions over the University’s involvement in inviting riot police on campus.
TRIGGER WARNING: THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS GRAPHIC DESCRIPTIONS OF ASSAULT. Tom Raue recounts his experiences with police at the strike on May 14.
Here, we profile the fifteen candidates running for Union Board this year, and the one who mysteriously isn’t.
Max Chalmers reports on developments in the industrial dispute between USYD staff and management
Board meeting: What is truth, what is justice? The final USU Board meeting of the current Board (prior to the Board election on May 22) was held last Friday. Foremost on the agenda was a policy motion written by Board Director Tom Raue that aims to develop an ethical investment strategy for the Union. Currently,…
There’s no EasyWay out for tea lovers, as Mariana Podesta-Diverio discovers
Lucia Osborne-Crowley reports on the University’s sudden change of heart
Board candidates announced and racism in WA student paper
Efforts are being made to ensure the bumper crop of USU candidates do not break spending regulations