What makes two documentary artists leave Sydney for the frontlines of war time and time again, and how do they make art out of destruction?
Kumar is positioning himself as the candidate “with the best shot at representing the left on campus”, running on a policy platform that promises to improve outcomes for disadvantaged students. However, he is expected to struggle without any factional experience.
Although Tu appears to have some leadership experience, currently holding two SRC office bearer positions and being a FASS Education Committee representative, her record of involvement in these positions appears to be lacking.
Jorgensen is promising reforms in student administrative services, although it is yet to be seen whether he will be substantially different from the outgoing student fellows.
Honi's candidate profile of incoming 2023 editorial team, Shake for Honi.
Honi's candidate profile of incoming SRC President, Lia Perkins.
The Melbourne/Naarm-based experimental-electronic artist recently played two sold-out solo shows at Phoenix Central Park.
Honi sits down with the inaugural winner of the La Prairie Art Award, Atong Atem.
Visiting every Starbucks in the world.
DRIP have a fresh multimedia focus, but are a more culture-focused ticket lacking a coherent political outlook.