Alain Nguyen26 February 2017
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to transfer into a course at UniMelb? Are you not getting much fun out of accounting or Habermas? Well, you’re in luck, because you can transfer either as a University of Melbourne student or from a rival university.
Results for the 2018 University of Melbourne Student Union (UMSU) election have now been finalised after a tense period of vote recounts and appeals. The results, most of which are similar to 2017 with Stand Up! sweeping the office bearer (OB) positions, are the closest in recent years with many being determined by fewer than 50 votes.
Stand Up!’s Molly Willmott has been declared the 2018–19 UMSU president.
Welcome to the Farrago liveblog of the University of Melbourne Student Union election results.
Your vote is rather influential in how the Union represents you in the following year.
The University of Melbourne is well known for its academic credentials, but fewer people are aware of the athletic prowess it boasts. Earlier this year, University of Melbourne students and alumni won one gold, two silver and one bronze at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
Double degrees and a new Bachelor of Health may be on offer to University of Melbourne students as soon as 2019 as part of the second phase of the Melbourne Model.
Hello and welcome to Farrago’s liveblog of the Melbourne lord mayoral by-election youth forum.
Labor’s Ged Kearney has won an incredibly close by-election in Melbourne’s electorate of Batman, beating out perennial Greens candidate, Alex Bhathal, in a seat that many predicted Labor would lose.
Welcome to Farrago’s coverage of the Batman by-election.
This year, Prosh was predictably filled with shenanigans that were, at times, hard for the general student population to get their heads around.
The only round up you need.
The victory comes in contrast to last year’s election, in which More! took control of the Union by a landslide.
Why are students engaging less?
The University of Melbourne Student Union’s (UMSU)Education (Academic) Department is lobbying the University for a fairer lecture recording policy.
Students interacting with stop one are in need of a ‘human touch’.
Queensland Liberal Senator James McGrath has announced plans to introduce a private member’s bill to abolish student service and amenities fees (SSAF) when parliament reconvenes in February.
This campus-y photo series is brought to you by Farrago’s new photography team. Each photo captures a little bit of uni life, and since we are off to a long break, we thought it would be perfect to say goodbye with photos.
Campbell Arcade, a haven for creatives nestled in the Arts district underneath Melbourne’s Degraves Lane, is under threat of partial demolition as a result of current plans released by the Melbourne Metro Rail Authority (MMRA) and Cross Yarra Partnership (CYP) to accommodate for the multi-billion dollar Metro Tunnel project due in 2025.
University of Melbourne students lit candles and wrote chalk messages in support of those affected by sexual assault and harassment, last night on Union Lawn.
The best from week one of O Week’s giant orientation event.
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