News

Far Right Wants International Students Out

The Eureka Youth League, a controversial white-separatist offshoot from the far-right Australia First Party, has recently received media attention surrounding its controversial policies that include putting an end to international students in Australia. Placing emphasis on universities as a vital area for political influence to be exerted, the party credits …

Read More »

Review: Trough X_hibition

Did you know that in the late ‘60’s – early 70’s that if a man wore a blue hanky in his back pocket he was subliminally expressing that he was into ‘cock and ball torture’? Nik Dimopoulous and John Tsiavis do. Together they have collaborated to produce slick, sexy and …

Read More »

Arc Creates New Residency Council

Arc announced yesterday the creation of a new council to represent students living on campus.  Approved by the Arc Board late last year, the Inter-Residence Council (IRC) will consist of members from each of the UNSW colleges – Basser, Baxter, Goldstein, Shalom, New, New College Village, Warrane, Creston, International House …

Read More »

UNSW Has Highest Retail Prices

There are not many universities in the world that offer such broad selections as are available at the UNSW Kensington campus. The Refectory at University College London is a pitiful basement with menus reminiscent of school lunches –a fact that is compensated by the free Hare Krishna meals offered outside …

Read More »

Something Happened: Why I Absolutely Fucking Hate Rick Santorum

As the Republican candidate shitstorm has reached a fever pitch, the Republican party members are doing absolutely everything they can to not nominate Mitt Romney. The initial polling is even starting to look like Romney might not take his home state of Michigan. This is absolutely insane. Understandably, staunch conservatives …

Read More »

Do You Know What You Pay For?

In 2005, the Sydney Morning Herald reported that the yet to be passed Voluntary Student Unionism (VSU) legislation introduced by the Howard Government, would seriously threaten the survival of student unionism as we know it. As it turns out, it did. On March 16, compulsory union fees were replaced by …

Read More »