Following the sign controversy, the society has been suspended temporarily by the USU.
During the talk, which called abortion a “net negative” for women, protestors’ cries of “our bodies, our choice!” from outside reverberated within the lecture theatre and the Law Annex building.
The speak-out comes in response to the Catholic Society's ableist placard.
The placard asked ‘Are disabled people a burden on society?' and was placed next to ‘yes’ and ‘no’ jars.
Polling for the 2019 Honi Soit election starts tomorrow
Francis Tamer received 1, 000 more votes than the second placed candidate
How religion and practicing faith are brought to life on campus.
Georgia Kriz shares excerpts from the diary of a tortured queer soul
Sam Langford reports.
Some religions on campus are more equal than others, writes Michael Sun. Art by Amandine Le Bellec.