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.
The first replacement exam will be released on 19-21 December, the second paper will be available between 19-21 January next year and a third paper available for completion between 13-15 February.
UniMelb, USyd, Monash, UNSW and the University of Queensland combined hold a whopping $37.3 billion in assets, making Australia’s universities the wealthiest since national records began.
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.
With USyd’s student residence stock able to house just 3.2 per cent of students, momentum is gathering behind a campaign to demand the University cap rents and build residential cooperatives.
Today, the USU Board convened to discuss cybersecurity, new plans for Footbridge and a healthy treasury over sliders and other delicacies.
International students speak about their concerns regarding a major information breach at Medibank, which is the preferred OSHC provider for UNSW, UTS, Macquarie University and at least eight other Australian universities.
2022 marks the second consecutive year of uncontested SULS elections, and a wider trend toward decreased engagement with campus elections.
Unlike its sibling, the medical model of disability, the social model offers a framework from which we, as a collective community, must look at disability.
Contrary to popular imagination, Professors Anderson Stuart and Harvey Sutton were avid contributors to Australia’s dark history of white supremacy and Medicine’s sordid eugenicist past.