An appeal has been launched disputing the disqualification of 17 tickets from the upcoming Student Representative Council election.
Three people will contest the race for SRC president, including Grassroots candidate Imogen Grant, who did submit her presidential nomination on time.
The reforms will also allow campaigns to distribute printed materials in languages other than English.
The recommendations seek 'to make the SRC elections less stressful and fairer for all involved'.
It’s election season which means one day = one month’s worth of hack drama. We were going to leave you waiting until Tuesday afternoon for the print edition to hit the stands but the chance Cameron Caccamo’s SURG blog would beat us to delivering the goss was a risk we were not willing to take. FREE TO BE A BIGOT…
We don’t have a paper this week. Good thing the internet exists, hey?
Honi soit qui mal y pense
All the #usydvotes goss, just before voters go to the polls.
The decision to invite Mon Droit to the SRC Presidential debate was justified, write the editors.
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