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SRC General Secretary’s Report – Week 5, Sem 1, 2019

</strong><em>Yuxuan Yang and Niamh Callinan</em> The General secretaries are focus on both SRC operations and off-line event in the March. Firstly, the acquittal for last years expenditure of the SRC’s SAFF allocation was submitted on the 18th of March.This was highly insightful as it was an opportunity to understand the progression of the SRC last […]

SRC Vice President’s Report – Week 5, Sem 1, 2019

<em>Dane Luo and Caitlyn Chu</em> <strong>Upcoming events – Health Days and Picnics</strong> We’re coming to Nursing and Midwifery students at Mallet Street on Tuesday 16 April from 11:30am to 2pm. We’re coming to Health Sciences students at Darlington/Camperdown for a Victoria Park picnic on Saturday 30 March at 12pm with HealthSoc. And at Cumberland on […]

SRC Presidents Report – Week 5, Sem 1, 2019

President Jacky He Progress Update on Open Learning Environment Readers of my report would have been aware that a particular issue that I have been focusing on ever since the beginning of the semester was Open Learning Environment. Through a meeting with Professor Peter McCallum, the Chair the Board of Interdisciplinary Studies, we proposed a […]

SRC Help: Week 6 – International Student Concession Cards

In 1989 the NSW government withdrew access to transport concessions for International Students. Since then international students have had to pay full price to use public transport. The SRC has always opposed this discrimination. As a result of students’ vocal opposition to this discrimination the Government made a small compromise giving international students the opportunity […]

Ask Abe: Subletting your room

Dear Abe, I’m going away at the end of the semester for four weeks, and need to rent out my room to help me pay for my holiday. Is there anything I need to know about what I can and can’t do, and do you have any tips for how to get someone in. Looking […]

International Student Concession Cards

In 1989 the NSW government withdrew access to transport concessions for International Students. Since then international students have had to pay full price to use public transport. The SRC has always opposed this discrimination. As a result of students’ vocal opposition to this discrimination the Government made a small compromise giving international students the opportunity […]

Ethno Cultural Officers – Week 4, Sem 1, 2019

Autonomous Collective Against Racism Swapnik Sanagavarapu, Ellie Wilson, Himath Siriniwasa and Mahek Rawal The Autonomous Collective Against Racism is receiving a total rebrand this year, as we hope to turn the traditionally inactive collective into a powerful force for student activism. This year, ACAR will have a specifically anti-colonial focus, as we will work to […]

SRC Women’s Officers – Week 4, Sem 1, 2019

Gabi Stricker-Phelps and Crystal Xu International Women’s Day: We volunteered with a group of USYD Women to the UN IWD workshop and breakfast #MorePowerfulTogether. Read more, donate or volunteer for UN Women via: http://www.unwomen.org/en. In the afternoon we organised the screening of Period. End of Sentence. Cady Brown reflected, “The climax of the film- where […]

SRC President – Week 4, Sem 1, 2019

Jacky He You are not Alone! As semester proceeds and increasing amounts of pressure from study kick in, students might find it increasingly difficult to keep up a healthy state of mind. Remember to engage in sporting activities, take plenty of short breaks so that you don’t become overly stressed and burn out before the […]