It's time for some single issue candidates who stand up for students on the issues that matter.
Functionally and compositionally, the Senate appears to be more akin to a board of directors at an increasingly corporatised institution.
Critics are concerned that the new model will shift power “away from academic representation to greater dominance by university management.”
Interrogating the power of student fellows.
A guide to the University Senate and the upcoming elections.
4 possibilities. 4 outcomes. The future of USyd-Ramsay negotiations
In the same interview, Francis Tamer said he would urge the University to develop a "no tolerance policy" on violent protests
Francis Tamer received 1, 000 more votes than the second placed candidate
Faced with a culture of racism and toxicity, the Presidents of USyd's postgrad student union are calling on the University Senate to intervene.
The University's most powerful body is getting new members