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Vacancy: USyd SRC First Nations Officer

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President's Report

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Student misconduct & academic dishonesty

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University of Sydney SRC SRC at Welcome Week 2023
13th-17th February
Sydney University
Come and visit the SRC stall at Welcome Week or come along to one of the events we host at Welcome Week.
University of Sydney SRC Honi Soit 2023 Launch
15th February
Sydney University main campus - location TBC
Meet the 2023 Honi Soit editorial team

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Acknowledgement of Country

The Students’ Representative Council, University of Sydney acknowledges the traditional owners of this land (Sydney), the Gadigal people of the Eora nation.

We stand on this land today as beneficiaries of an uncompensated and unreconciled dispossession that occurred over 200 years ago. Many of the descendants of

those dispossessed live just down the road in abject poverty, and as young people it is important to recognise how this history of dislocation and disenfranchisement

has contributed to the inequality we observe in modern society. We acknowledge both our privilege and our obligation to redress the situation as best we can:

to remember the mistakes of the past, act on the problems of today, and build a future for everyone who now calls this place home, striving always for genuinely

practical and meaningful reconciliation.






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