Matilda Langford

Indigenous Officers
Facebook: USYD Indigenous Collective

The Indigenous Collective is an inclusive, culturally safe and welcoming space for all students who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander. We stand by the idea that no matter how much milk, honey or sugar you add to tea, it’s still tea.

The SRC Indigenous Collective, look forward to meeting and getting to know all the new and existing Indigenous students at the University of Sydney. The Collective is here to support and guide all Indigenous students as they navigate University life. We are here to listen to your issues and ideas, give advice and support as well as be that extra helping hand and friendly face around campus – anything we can’t solve directly, we know where to find help and will be there with you until it is solved.

We are striving to create an environment on campus that promotes Indigenous voices and creates action through a holistic Indigenous presence on campus across all disciplines, ages, origins and perspectives. We look forward to running multiple event throughout the year both within the University as well as in the local community ranging from Indigenous performances, sporting events and inviting Indigenous elders to campus to pass down their experiences.

We look forward to continually amplify Indigenous voices and work towards creating a campus that is cultural aware, competent and engaging.


Latest Reports

Honi Soit Indigenous edition Editor in Chief Report

In the spirit of encouraging the expression of opinions and providing a space for dissenting views, I decided to ask the writers of this week’s SRC Reports to reflect on the issue of constitutional recognition. It is vital that we as a country give this possibility the consideration it warrants, in light of the continuing […]

Koorie Centre update and other plans for 2014

Kyol Blakeney, Crystal Dempsey, Madison McIvor and Brad Hanson. Last year, the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students spent a majority of the year increasing awareness on Indigenous issues within the University and also gained attention from the wider community from down the road at Redfern to Alice Springs radio. Attention was drawn to the […]

Kyol Blakeney writes about the Indigenous Games and the new Indigenous USU society

The Indigenous Games are fast approaching and we have a team ready to travel all the way to no-man’s-land at the UWS on the 22nd September (week 9). We have one of our last fundraising events for the upcoming Games on Thursday 22nd August on Eastern Ave so get in early for the best BBQ […]