The board met to discuss updates to Welcome Fest, clubs and societies funding, and revamped USU spaces.
The last Board meeting of 2021 highlighted the USU’s significant financial surplus, strategic review plans and the future of Pulp as a print magazine.
Belinda Thomas was elected to fill the vacancy uncontested.
Objections to its substance, grammar, and implications were all raised.
The USU prepares for eased restrictions, celebrates a successful Pride Fest, and throws back SUCE amendment.
Charities reform, Catholic consternation, and cash flow concerns.
My exclusive tell-all story of being the face of a satirical USU campaign.
$33,000 will be spent to make the space safe, with additional funding to be sought from a SSAF infrastructure grant.
The board met, and meet they did.
The surplus came from overperformance from their commercial operations.