We forfeited journalistic integrity for a click-bait title in the hope you would read a genuine investigative piece on something you should (but probably don’t) care about: student politics.
“If any friends ask who they will be campaigning for when you ask – tell them that it’s all for you!”
Naaman Zhou reports
Peter Walsh reports on our degenerate excuse for democracy.
Peter Walsh reports on the end times. Additional reporting by Tom Joyner, Subeta Vimalarajah, Sam Langford, Michael Rees, Rafi Alam, Sam Langford, Naaman Zhou.
Peter Walsh and Dominic Ellis finish as they started: gossiping about student politics.
In this week’s GronkWatch, Dominic Ellis catches you up on Union Board election goss.
The revelation that the organisation’s finances had been misrepresented to successive General Secretaries brought to an end a tumultuous week at the National Union of Students (NUS) National Conference last week. NUS is made up of campus organisations from around the country, including the Sydney University’s Students’ Representative Council (SRC). NUS affiliates pay annual fees to…
Lots of hack jokes! Hacks, hacks and more hacks and then even more hacks wow omg.
Cameron Caccamo will be at NUS NatCon voting on proposed structural changes to the organisation.