Tag Archives: David Bailey-McKay

Noodle House Yarns #3

Democracy is fun. Participating in the democratic process is fun. And there is a lot to be said about controlling the democratic process. In factional politics, controlling such a process becomes the lifeblood of politics. So from the time the likes of Richo, Clarke and Gramoski put on their Huggies …

Read More »

Noodle House Yarns #1

“Et tu, Pink?” sent shockwaves through student political scenes last year. This saw the fall of a 14 year reign and Tweedledum and Tweedledee storm the University of Sydney’s SRC to “head kick” key  members of SLS. At UTS, we saw NLS/Unity under “Elevate” lose to Grassroots, posing the question …

Read More »

Cuts Announced to School of Computer Science & Engineering

The Faculty of Engineering announced plans to cut up to 20% of staff in the School of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) in a move that one University spokesperson described as a long time coming. Employees now await the decision of Faculty Dean Graham Davies as to which positions will …

Read More »