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Printing since 1932, On Dit is Adelaide's oldest student publication. News 📰 Ali Amin elected president of the Adelaide Uni SRC.
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On Dit Magazine Oct 30
Arabella Wauchope (Unite), Anspach and Woo elected to the executive
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Sutton elected chair of the Student Media Committee
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On Dit Magazine Oct 30
Anspach and Sutton nominated for chair of the Student Media Committee
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Woo elected Chair of the Clubs Committee
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Patrick Kennewell (Activate) and Stella Woo (Progress) have been nominated for Clubs Chair
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Sutton elected as VP
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Patrick Stewart (Activate) and Hugh Sutton (Swipe Right) have been nominated for the position of vice president.
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On Dit Magazine Oct 30
Ong has been elected President of the AUU (7 votes to 3).
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On Dit Magazine Oct 30
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Anspach replies that she has never broken the AUU's media policy. Ong insists that he has also not breached the media policy. The election will now commence.
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On Dit Magazine Oct 30
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is inherently political and that all our lives are affected by federal politics. Sarah Tynan says recent actions by some Board directors has shone a bad light on the AUU in the media. She asks the candidates if they will avoid this kind of conduct.
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Amin asks Ong how he plans to "de-politicse" the Board and explain exactly what that means. Ong says it means putting students first and not "party politics". Ong says federal politics is not relevant to the Board. Anspach says student life and the AUU
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to continue improving student media and clubs. Ong wants to be a strong voice in the RCC Fringe drama. He too wants more transparency and to continue improvements to AUU Clubs.
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SRC President-elect Ali Amin asks what the candidates top 3 priorities are. Anspach wants to re-position the Board so it is seen as the top consultative body for students. She wants the Board to be more transparent so students know exactly student reps do. Anspach also wants
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Ong says he will stand against the politicisation of the Board. He says its hypocritical that AUU Pres Digenis does not consult the Board enough while Anspach complains that the Uni does not consult the AUU. Ong wants more events and more transparency.
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Anspach details her experience, and says she will stand up to the University and make sure SSAF is negotiated better. She says the Board needs to be more professional and must hold the Uni to account when it fails to consult students.
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On Dit Magazine Oct 30
Tamsin Anspach (Activate) and Oscar Ong (Progress) have been nominated for the position of president. They will both be allowed to speak for 2 minutes.
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AUU General Manager Gary Sutherland interjects to inform the Board that he has received "serious complaints" against Hugh Sutton and Oscar Ong. The matter will be raised at the next Board meeting
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On Dit Magazine Oct 30
The for 2019 will be convening soon to elect its executive. The recent student election, and dismissal of International Voice's Zihan Liu, has shifted the balance of power on the Board away from Activate towards Progress. will likely be the next AUU Pres
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On Dit Magazine Oct 22
BREAKING: merger talks between the University of Adelaide and UniSA have come to an end.
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On Dit Magazine Oct 4
Mary Kelly and Rami Saaid have been elected to the AUU Clubs Committee
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