How many blockheads will it take to fix the NUS?
Following discussions over a number of sombre motions and a round of silent ball, the final SRC meeting of 2022 wrapped up with plenty of reflection, camaraderie and reminiscence.
There are some homes we choose, through mountains of paperwork and hyper-competitive rental viewings, and there are some we simply find ourselves in.
The penultimate meeting of the 94th SRC saw advocates launching a campaign against the University’s Confirmation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Identity policy and support for Week 10’s student and staff strike.
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.
403 ballots were distributed on the first day of polling.
Honi keeps you updated with the twists and turns of Day 1 polling.
Polling dates for the SRC election have been brought forward by one day as in-person campaigning kicks off on campus for the first time in two years.
Student representatives wrangled over access for low SES students, police brutality, mental health provisions and a campaign against deadnaming amid the SRC’s famously colourful election season.
The event, featuring the former Liberal Prime Minister, was forced online after dozens of activists from the SRC Education Action Group occupied New Law Foyer.