Tag: elections

  • “International Students are vulnerable to exploitation” – International Officer Candidate  

    “International Students are vulnerable to exploitation” – International Officer Candidate  

    Ayush Gupta is contesting the International Student Officer role in tomorrow’s SRC election. Gupta is an international student from India, participating in the election with the ticket Unite!. According to Gupta, the ticket is a collaboration of executives from various societies at UNSW.  Gupta brings a set of policies to the tableat this year’s election.…

  • Here’s All the Undergraduate Candidates for the 2020 UNSW Council

    Here’s All the Undergraduate Candidates for the 2020 UNSW Council

    By Jo Bradley Voting for the UNSW Council ends tomorrow (Monday the 29th, at 4pm). If you’re a UNSW student, you are probably vaguely aware of the elections because of the scandalous outing of then-candidate Claudia McDonnell’s racist social media posts via the UNSW Discussion Group (McDonnell has since exited the election after receiving widespread…

  • Arc Censors Tharunka Over Reporting of Arc Board Elections

    Arc Censors Tharunka Over Reporting of Arc Board Elections

    By Alicia D’Arcy, Features Sub-Editor   On Monday, 1 May, Arc removed an article published by Tharunka in which each candidate for the Arc Board elections was asked the same five questions and their unamended responses published. The article was republished late Wednesday afternoon (voting closed at 4pm on Thursday), however Tharunka was disallowed from…

  • We Asked Your Arc Board Candidates The Same Five Questions

    We Asked Your Arc Board Candidates The Same Five Questions

    By Alicia D’Arcy, Features Sub-Editor On 1–4 May, elections are open via email for the election of four new board directors to Arc, UNSW’s student union. Two of these elected directors must be women and, if successful, candidates would have a term of two years. Arc is worth just under $11 million and has approximately…

  • Donherra Walmsley: Open letter to UQ

    We are writing as leaders of student unions and representative organisations from around Australia. We have watched as the UQ Union has abused due process and the principles of free and fair elections to maintain control by the incumbents.

  • “Voice” Wins Presidency in SRC Vote

    “Voice” Wins Presidency in SRC Vote

    Ross Willing has been elected President of the Student Representative Council (SRC) next year, with the “Voice” ticket securing 56% of the vote ahead of “Stand Up!” “Voice” elected four of the seven delegates to the National Union of Students (NUS), with the remaining three places going to “Stand Up!”