Read on for SRC and NUS results, along with detailed analysis and data visualisations.
While results are not expected until next week, Honi has calculated which councillors are projected to be elected based on exit polling.
The Switchroots coalition usually dominates the left-wing bloc of the SRC. How has Left Action successfully loosened the coalition’s grip this year?
Honi keeps an eye on the third day of SRC polling.
Socialist Alternative maintain their lead following the close of polls on day two.
Honi keeps an eye of the second day of SRC polling.
Against this backdrop, the purpose of the SRC as a student union is to raise students’ voices and agitate for a vision of higher education beyond the bottom line of University finances.
Although less visible and less scrutinised than the SRC and USU, the Senate and Academic Board hold the most power in our university.
403 ballots were distributed on the first day of polling.
Why didn’t anyone challenge these candidates? What has changed? And, most importantly, what does it mean for the future of student democracy?