The Left bloc was able to lock the Liberals out of all positions, unlike the Enviro and Global Solidarity debacles from last year.
With turnout low but having increased this year, it remains to be seen whether it will significantly improve — what happens will certainly depend on the actions of our councillors.
October’s SRC Meeting was characterised by shouts from all corners of the room, quorum concerns, and late night regulation checks.
2155 students voted in the 2023 SRC Election. Read here to find out how they voted, and check out our analysis and interactive data visualisations.
Honi beats the heat to bring you live updates on the first day of polling.
Rose Donnelly (National Labor Students) and Harrison Brennan (Grassroots) will compete to be SRC President, while tickets Rants and Flirt will vie for editorship of Honi Soit.
Alex Greenwich’s Equality Bill, the colleges, and the Higher Education Accords Interim Report were all on the menu for USyd’s political degenerates this month.
Despite rumours of contestation between Madhullikaa Singh and Ben Hines for presidency, they seem to have landed at the middle ground of electing Naz Sharifi.
To be handed pamphlets and bombarded with filibusters on the candidate pool is not the burden it is made out to be: engaging in StuPol actually matters.
Strikes, the Voice and the right to protest. The 95th Council convenes for a second time, this time back in the New Law dungeons.