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A new Board candidate emerges, an offensive USU stall, and an angry phone call from the St John’s Rector. It’s all in this week’s UniGate
The student housing to be built on The Block site in Redfern will prove too expensive for many students.
While the federal leadership lurches, big changes are happening within Labor here on campus.
Never heard of Raytheon before? They’d probably prefer it that way. They are the world’s largest producer of guided missiles and of the largest sponsors of the United States Studies Centre (USSC), by way of its US-Australian alliance research project, Alliance 21.
Georgia Kriz investigates the growing tension between colleges and their LGBTIQ residents
Josh Tassell encourages SciSoc and SASS Sports Executives to give 110%
Nick Rowbotham updates you on the NTEU’s latest industrial action
All the rumours, hearsay, and downright slander from the world of student politics and culture
Ben Brooks reports on USYD’s entry in the NASA Lunabotics Mining Competition