The meeting saw the presentation of several policies designed to improve ANUSA’s accountability to its members, including gender equality within the Association, electoral reform and the formalisation of the ethical sponsorship policy.
“Some candidates are pressuring the association to not release the complete results in order to avoid embarrassment”
Once again, ANUSA’s accreditation of the NUS and the adjacent Key Performance Indicators proved to be a heated issue for the SRC.
PARSA's week started on the 20th of July and ANUSA's started on the 27th. Shreya and Charlotte wrap up ANU's first virtual Bush Week
This would place humanities in the highest fee band, alongside law and commerce degrees. Law and commerce will also see a fee increase of 28%.
The ANUSA AGM saw a Gender Equality working group being created amongst other constitutional changes. The meeting also saw a heated discussion surrounding Affirmative Action (AA) in relation to gender equality and further diversity in the General Representative cohort.
The motion was put forward by General Representatives Ben Yates and Ben Wicks, after a planning day in which the GenReps discussed how they could continue their work remotely and improve structure within their roles.
The letter, which expressed the group's explicit objection to the use of Proctorio, outlined serious privacy concerns associated with using such a program.
students will have the opportunity to request a result of CRS (course requirements satisfied), or NCN (not completed/fail) upon obtaining results by writing to the Registrar.
The composition of the SRC emerged as one of the most prominent matters under review.
‘There is no-one running the show, we have no legal standing with ANUSA, and we have no capacity to do anything… and have no mechanism to move forward without personal intervention by ANUSA itself.’