Against this backdrop, the purpose of the SRC as a student union is to raise students’ voices and agitate for a vision of higher education beyond the bottom line of University finances.
Although less visible and less scrutinised than the SRC and USU, the Senate and Academic Board hold the most power in our university.
Why didn’t anyone challenge these candidates? What has changed? And, most importantly, what does it mean for the future of student democracy?
A small price to pay to restore a historic University feature.
The monumental, doubled-billed production is on at the Seymour Centre until Sep 17.
Student politicians make a case for and against preference deals.
Sydney Uni Radio Group is one of the University’s oldest societies and its history certainly is aux-hillerating! Let’s rewind.
“The people's voice, once angered, can create dissent, ratifying a curse which now must have its way” - Chorus, 'Agamemnon' by Aeschylus
With 14 entrances and a standing army of 100,000 students, it’s going to be one hell of a fight.
Honi breaks it down for anyone who might be confused by the Facebook invitations and incoming coloured shirts.