Honi breaks it down for anyone who might be confused by the Facebook invitations and incoming coloured shirts.
Student politicians might be cringe, but it’s good that they exist.
Honi takes a look at campus controversies and stupol shenanigans
The final day of NatCon concluded with heated debate around the police, university management, and the CISA. Statements from outgoing OBs and candidates for the 2022 term tied up the three day marathon of the NUS’s National Conference— and boy are we glad.
Australia’s hackiest student hacks clashed over student unionism, vaccine mandates, and the NUS’ alleged irrelevance among a variety of contentious talking points on the first day of NatCon.
NatCon 2021 will run from December 13–15 with 20 universities attending across Australia. Here’s a breakdown of NUS, NatCon and what is expected to happen.
Lack of representation in stupol is just “a very small symptom of a very big issue”.
Results are in after the biggest ever SRC election.
Imperialist, sexist, racist and classist structures are replicated in spaces where we organise against them, and reconstitute themselves endlessly in individual interactions by default.
Decency lives to fight another day.