By now, your new undergraduate and postgraduate Fellows of Senate have been elected. For the majority of the student population, this is just another election. But the Senate is a powerful body, and its composition has far-reaching consequences for your life as a Sydney University student. Let Honi Soit put your silent ignorance at dinner parties to an end with this bluffer’s guide for the time poor and bewildered.
The autonomy issue surrounding the Holme Building Queerspace just won’t go away, reports Lane Sainty.
William Harris thinks St Paul’s College could teach the government a thing or two about fairness and equality.
Alan Jones is a good friend of SULC President Alex Dore, and endorsed his unsuccessful preselection for the seat of Reid, reports Michael Koziol.
Honi Soit is produced just metres from the wall Tony Abbott is said to have ‘punched’ at the end of a brutal 1977 SRC election campaign. With the history of these rooms now the subject of national news, Michael Koziol took the opportunity to dig through the archives.
Kira Spucys-Tahar attended this farcical meeting so you didn’t have to.
Studying for a PhD in Chemistry, and in his eighth year at Sydney Uni, Jehan Kanga reflects on the changes at Manning Bar.
The New Law building faced a sticky situation last week when ‘anarchists’ papered over its glass walls with secular signs and posters, in protest against the University of Sydney Union’s funding of Interfaith Week. Photo Credits – Connie Ye
Our egalitarian society is not reflected in working women’s pay, writes Nick Sunderland
Donherra Walmsley defends the National Union of Students