Live: NUS NatCon #woroniatnus

This is Woroni’s official Live Blog coverage of the NUS National Conference 2017. Follow our reporters Jasper Lindell and Bella Di Mattina as they provide insight into the inner workings of undergraduate students’ peak advocacy body.

Reporters

Jasper Lindell
Jasper Lindell is a writer and journalist - he was previously news editor at Woroni, reported from the federal budget lock up and owns between 50 and 60 typewriters. He has lost count of the exact number. If you wish to contact him jasper@woroni.com.au or @jclindell on Twitter. 
Bella Di Mattina
Bella is a student journo and law student. As news reporter for Woroni she reported on the AHRC report and campus redevelopment. She is a choc top enthusiast and reluctant stagehand. You can contact her on twitter @woroni with the hashtag #woroniatnus. 

WHAT IS THE NATIONAL CONFERENCE?

The National Conference (or NatCon, as it is known) is the Annual General Meeting for the NUS. It is attended by over 100 people, including official delegates from member universities and observers. Every accredited student organisation — that is, those who have paid an accreditation fee — is able to send voting delegates. There are discussions about policy, elections for executive positions, and reports from outgoing executive members. This year, the conference will be held in Geelong from 11 to 15 December.

For more background information on the NUS check out Woroni’s explainer article.

LIVE TWEETS 

It doesn’t take a statistician to notice that belief in astrology, or the study of celestial objects and their impact on human life, is rising in popularity. But what are the ramifications of this for dating?

Check out Alex Bekier's thoughts on the topic

https://www.woroni.com.au/words/astrology-and-the-dating-world/

Four leading journalists. A panel discussion on careers in media. And you! Join us on the Marie Reay superfloor, or online, this Wednesday, 6pm. Don't miss it. With @lishfejer @LisaVisentin @ronmjm @jclindell

Morality doesn't stop with you, says Angus Padley.

https://www.woroni.com.au/words/the-market-and-the-state-cant-solve-everything-the-case-for-a-shared-morality/

Motion to Rescind 'No to AUKUS at ANU' - FAILED -This would rescind the eponymous motion from SRC 1, rejecting a Defence scholarship for nuclear technicians from ADFA. ANUSA would have to publicise its rescission. Proposed by Gen Rep Blake Iafeta. #ANUSAsrc

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