Fresh from being lauded by the Vice-Chancellor, the USU ponders over their treasure chest, discuss increased support for clubs and society execs and keeping an eye on University management at November’s USU Board Meeting.
Today, the USU Board convened to discuss cybersecurity, new plans for Footbridge and a healthy treasury over sliders and other delicacies.
Unprecedented demand for Foodhub has given rise to the need for extra funding amid efforts towards ethical investment and cheers over PULP Magazine’s first edition.
Luke Cass takes the cue (again).
The first Board meeting chaired by President Cole Scott-Curwood saw the USU swimming in money (again) while updating on a number of important initiatives.
Based in the International Student Lounge, Foodhub will provide essential food and toiletries for both domestic and international students.
Ariana Haghighi, Bonnie Huang, Harry Gay, Nandini Dhir, Patrick Mckenzie and Rhea Thomas have been chosen to lead Pulp Magazine alongside Senior Editor Marlow Hurst.
The tune of a cashed-up USU is very audible following the latest Board Meeting.
In an email to USU Staff, CEO Andrew Mills has distanced the USU's operations from the Board's call for the organisation to shut down in support of next week’s staff strike.
The student unions will shut their doors on Wednesday 11 and Thursday 12 May