Heated SRC debate over Religious Discrimination Bill
UNSW’s first Student Representative Council (SRC) meeting for 2022 erupted into a fiery debate over the Religious Discrimination Bill (RDB) last Monday.
Spice Up ticket deletes criticism and blocks SRC election opponents from commenting on posts
On Sunday morning, at least fourteen SRC candidates from different tickets reported that they were unable to react to, or comment on, Spice Up UNSW’s Facebook page.
President at the 2021 SRC Elections: meet your candidates
The President is the most important position in the SRC. Their responsibilities include providing general leadership to the SRC, managing SRC meetings, and representing the student body externally. The SRC President also sits on the Board of Directors of Arc as well as on the Academic Board.
Environment Officer at the 2021 SRC Elections: meet your candidates
From raging wildfires to the deforestation of the Amazon and the tipping point of the climate crisis drawing near, environmental concerns have emerged at the forefront of discourse this year. The 2021 Environment Officer candidates are committed to not only raising awareness about such issues but making a tangible, long term impact.
International Students Officer at the SRC Elections 2021: meet your candidates
This year, international students have continued to suffer from the ongoing effects of Australia’s border closures. The inability to return to campus is at the forefront of the candidates’ campaigns, with each contender taking different approaches to the issue.
Why are so few students running for SRC?
The Student Representative Council (SRC) offer paid roles to students who want to advocate for their rights. Yet so few students choose to run as candidates. Tasarla investigates why.