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Cadmus Continues

The University is still considering implementing academic integrity software Cadmus despite claims from students that the software is invasive and faulty.

13 October 2017
Lodging Complaints

Although the 2018 QS benchmark places Melbourne as the fifth best city globally for international students to study, it appears that there are some students and advocacy groups who would disagree.

22 September 2017
Pro(sh)gress

This year, Prosh was predictably filled with shenanigans that were, at times, hard for the general student population to get their heads around.

Commerce Faculty Nabs Landmark Puffer Jacket Deal

After months of deliberation, money spent, and socialists held at bay, the 2017 Commerce faculty has cemented a deal with The North Face, which will see the popular ‘puffer jacket’ become a mandatory uniform for all Commerce students over the next five years.

Welcome, Alex!

There’s a new Office Bearer in town! We interviewed the new Indigenous Officer, Alexandra Hohoi to find out a little bit more about her!

Jumping Hurdles

With exams looming, students are concerned about whether changes to the Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) will impact their marks.

Destination UniMelb

Our attitude towards ‘Chinese tourists’ can be interpreted as revelatory of subconscious assumptions of cultural hierarchies and anxieties about competing privileges.

Out Of Time

The GSA is currently protesting against the Academic Board’s policy changes which took place in June 2017, removing the possibility for research higher degree (RHD) students to extend their degrees beyond the maximum submission date.

13 September 2017
The UMSU Elections Round Up

The only round up you need.

Stand Up! takes back UMSU

The victory comes in contrast to last year’s election, in which More! took control of the Union by a landslide.

8 September 2017
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