Andrew Bell reports.
“If any friends ask who they will be campaigning for when you ask – tell them that it’s all for you!”
When Michael Sun and Siobhan Ryan entered student politics, they were met with nostalgic tales of the “party days”, raucous parties from a generation of the broad left merely a couple of elections older than themselves. They spoke to those who lived them. Illustrations by Ann Ding.
Andrew Bell and Joanita Wibowo report
Sophie Gallagher and Joanna Connolly report on the USU executive election.
In this week’s GronkWatch, Dominic Ellis catches you up on Union Board election goss.
The revelation that the organisation’s finances had been misrepresented to successive General Secretaries brought to an end a tumultuous week at the National Union of Students (NUS) National Conference last week. NUS is made up of campus organisations from around the country, including the Sydney University’s Students’ Representative Council (SRC). NUS affiliates pay annual fees to…
Lots of hack jokes! Hacks, hacks and more hacks and then even more hacks wow omg.
Cameron Caccamo will be at NUS NatCon voting on proposed structural changes to the organisation.
The unlikely story of how the Faculty of Health Sciences became the kingmakers of student politics. John Gooding reports.