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On Dit Magazine Jan 15
Want to work with us? We are looking for 6 enthusiastic subeditors (including 2 designers) to help out us out. For more details on the roles, check out the info below. For applications, please email onditmag@gmail.com. Interviews will be held next week, so apply now!
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On Dit Magazine Jan 14
New me, new On Dit 💁‍♀️Ever wanted to write for us? Well here's your chance! Our content list for Issue 1 is ready for the taking and we can't wait to receive all of your amazing content. Submit by the 2nd of Feb to feature in our first edition for 2019 xx
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On Dit Magazine Nov 20
Replying to @dolanquest
We aren’t privy to the subject of the complaint. However, we were told that Ong will apologise to the staff member but that Sutton has refused to apologise.
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On Dit Magazine Nov 20
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A source has told us that Ong will apologise to the staff member. Sutton allegedly refused to apologise and was censured by the Board.
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On Dit Magazine Nov 20
The meeting is now in-camera. However, we’ve been told that a prominent AUU staff member has requested that directors Hugh Sutton and Oscar Ong be removed from the Board for breach of director duties. Ong is the incoming president and Sutton is the incoming VP.
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On Dit Magazine Nov 20
Digenis says that RCC Fringe has promised that it will not run during class times. However, an email that has just been sent out from the RCC Infrastructure Event Team to AUU Clubs states that the Fringe will operate from 11am on Fridays.
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On Dit Magazine Nov 20
Stewart asks if RCC Fringe has acknowledged the damage they have done to the AUU. Digenis says they haven't and that they're only offering 'tokenistic concessions'. He adds that it could have been a very positive experience if there had been more communication.
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On Dit Magazine Nov 20
EO Gary Sutherland says the AUU has achieved 'very little' in regards to making sure the AUU can maintain its presence at O'Week, which threatens to be overshadowed by RCC Fringe.
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On Dit Magazine Nov 20
President Digenis says he is happy to have been a 'boring' president. SRC President-elect Ali Amin likens him to Premier Steven Marshall who said he wants to be a 'premier no one talks about'.
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On Dit Magazine Nov 20
The final Board meeting for 2018 has just began
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On Dit Magazine Oct 30
Arabella Wauchope (Unite), Anspach and Woo elected to the executive
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On Dit Magazine Oct 30
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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On Dit Magazine Oct 30
Woo elected Chair of the Clubs Committee
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On Dit Magazine Oct 30
Patrick Kennewell (Activate) and Stella Woo (Progress) have been nominated for Clubs Chair
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On Dit Magazine Oct 30
Sutton elected as VP
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On Dit Magazine Oct 30
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
Replying to @OnDitMagazine
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
Replying to @OnDitMagazine
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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