SERG reports on an outcome that’s as historic as it is wholesome. Something is in the air of this campus, and no, it’s not the smell of sycophantry, but rather the pungent musk of mutual amicability. What? The 2022 USyd SRC Election, which took place over the past few days, has had an
Christine Lai is still in fits over the Com Revue spectacle. They really showed us (up). Taking us back to the early days of school, brimming with a wide-eyed inquisition that knows no bounds, this year’s cast of Commerce Revue: Show and Tell, delivered performances that rivalled Whose Line Is It
Christine Lai explains why it’s crucial that we disrupt. Over the last few years, USyd has had its share of run-ins with management. Whether it’s fights against wage theft, casualisation of jobs or abhorrent course cuts, the bottom line remains the same: management’s profit-geared in
Missed the staff strike this week? Wondering why you couldn’t get onto campus on Wednesday or Thursday? Christine Lai has you covered. The previous 2 days have been electric on the picket lines at USYD. An entire campus shutdown following a vote for industrial action has seen many vibrant grou
USyd admin has announced that students will not be penalised for any classes missed on September 20 to attend the Global Climate Strike.
This week: what’s up with the hype, computer says no, and the power of playlists.