Ethnocultural Officers Bearer Report – Week 7, Sem1, 2019

Swapnik Sanagavarapu, Himath Siriniwasa and Ellie Wilson The massacre that took place in Christchurch a few weeks ago was a despicable instance of Islamophobic violence. The Autonomous Collective Against Racism stands with Muslim communities both on campus and worldwide. We held a vigil on Monday 18 March to pay respects, and hosted a campus speakout […]

Vice President’s Report – Week 7, Sem 1, 2019

Dane Luo Vice President Consultation The Vice President consultation drop-in times are every Thursday 11am to 1pm in the SRC offices. Come and have a chat! For satellite campuses, email us at vice.president@src.usyd.edu.au. Health Days for Mallet Street and Cumberland Next Tuesday, we are holding our inaugural Health Day at Mallet Street from 11am to […]

SRC President’s Report – Week 7, Sem 1, 2019

Jacky He Keep Kinley in Australia Receiving permanent residency in Australia is an extremely strenuous process that involves submitting many documents and completing various language tests to finally receive an opportunity to just line up for a permanent residency status. Imagine being the person who finally waits for the day when they are informed they […]

Wom*ns Officers Report – Week 5, Sem 1, 2019

Gabi Stricker-Phelps and Crystal Xu FREE Sanitary Items We have purchased our first batch of sanitary items! We intend to refill stock each month. If you need sanitary items, please do not hesitate to come and get what you need from the SRC office under the Wentworth Building free of charge. Women’s Health Week and […]

Disabilities Officer – Week 5, Sem 1, 2019

Hayden Moon and Wilson Huang Hello and a warm welcome from the Disabilities officers. Support the mental health of students During Welcome Week, we communicated with the NUS Disabilities Officer William Edwards about his No Mind Left Behind campaign. A disproportionate number of students experience psychological distress, and we are dismayed by campus counselling services. […]

SRC President’s Report – Week 6, Sem 1, 2019

President Jacky He SRC Pizza and Beer Party Overview The SRC hosted a very successful pizza and beer party open to all undergraduate students on Thursday 28th of March. The event attracted the attendance of around 100 students across all faculties and disciplines, including both international and domestic. It was a fantastic opportunity for undergraduate […]

Residential College Officers – Week 5, Sem 2, 2019

<em>James Ardouin and Annabel De Mestre</em> It is to our great pleasure that we’re able to present the first report of the Residential College Officers in some time. It is also our privilege to report to the Council that in a meeting of the Residential Colleges Officers, the Department has created the Intercollegiate Collective. This […]

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 […]