Cameron Caccamo reports on the surprising developments in the SULS election
All the rumours, hearsay, and downright slander from the world of student
politics and culture
Will the Abbott government put a HECS on student debt?
Evan van Zijl discusses splits in the queer community towards Abbott’s queer policies
Honi Soit celebrates the published works that defined the paper this year, and the reporters who made them possible
John Gooding puts on his Hazmat suit and wades through Rupert Murdoch’s Twitter feed
The general staff union has voted not to endorse the latest EBA offer, leaving it at odds with the both the University and the NTEU, Nick Rowbotham reports
The hack trying to win your vote while you walk to class might be annoying but they’re probably not evil. Probably. Enter Master Shang.
Efforts to remove the USU’s Vice-President have been frustrated and will now hinge on a further court decision, reports Max Chalmers
Sue me? Sue the USU! Raue v Morris wasn’t the only court proceeding concerning the USU last Thursday. A keen-eyed Twitter follower (@Apolden) noticed that at the same time Justice Button heard Raue’s application for an injunction, Acting Justice Windeyer of the Equity Division of the Supreme Court was hearing Shakespearean Mark Anthony Productions (NSW)…