The iconic building is due for major changes, writes Michael Koziol.
Adam Chalmers reports on the new club – LifeChoices Sydney – which has student politics in a spin.
By the time you pick up this week’s Honi, it’s already election day. If you haven’t already voted, think about this before you fill in the ballot. Don’t vote for people based on policy. Don’t judge a candidate by how much you want their policies to be fulfilled; vote for them based on the principles…
There is a distinct lack of original policy in this USU board election campaign, writes Cameron Caccamo.
Only a student-controlled organisation can make the right choices for student money, writes Tim Matthews
While universities are required to consult student organisations about how the Student Services and Amenities Fee should be spent, they have no obligation to pass any of it on to student unions, councils, or other organisations. Adam Chalmers investigates where your money might end up, amid ongoing tension between the student union and the university.
Few multi-million dollar businesses would trust students to manage their operation. Fewer still would let students fill their board of directors. But the University of Sydney Union is a business like few others. It manages all clubs, bars, shops, festivals and entertainment held at USyd; it fights a constant struggle for solvency in the wake…