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Troy and Roland were in a bit of a rush on Thursday so there was only 20 minutes of recording. In addition to the US election, which Roland is obsessed with, Troy discusses the student election broadsheet and the blackout in South Australia.
After we were bragging last week about how much better podcasters we had become, somehow we activated Siri mid discussion and stuffed up the file export to lose the last 5 minutes of the podcast, which is probably for the best because we were padding for time after a super uneventful week of politics. 0:30 Updating… Continue reading The Quenda Files: A Quiet Week
Troy and Roland ramble on about yesterday’s news including the Fremantle firework ban, systemic racism, staff strikes and fossil fuel divestment. Practice makes perfect as most of last week's technical blips are ironed out and the volume tends to be more even too! We even wrote a few notes down to plan what were going to say but quickly lost them.
Join Troy and Roland as they ramble through the week's news and politics. Suggestions to make the show less amateur welcome.
by Madura McCormack Student election season has gone into hyperdrive, with voting now open and the stupollies going hard and fast on Bush Court. I’d first like to acknowledge that METIOR remains impartial, especially in the wake of contributor and outgoing EVP Roland Belford’s endorsement of the ACTION ticket. Roland recently analysed both TMNT’s and… Continue reading Guild Elections: Everyone just chill the f#ck out
A Guild veteran wades through the spin to bring hard analysis to Action's policy.
A Guild veteran talks us through TMNT's policies detailing which are realistic and which are not.
By Caris Horton A talk on sex work law reform will see controversial lobby group Collective Shout on campus after their previous event was cancelled by the Murdoch Student Guild. Organised by the School of Law, the event will feature Caitlin Roper, a member of Collective Shout, who was scheduled to speak during SHAG [Sexual Health… Continue reading Collective Shout returns for prostitution law reform talk
There's less than a week to go until nominations close and #MUpol kicks into high gear. Which means campaigning and sledging and all that fun politics stuff. Onions anyone? Unlike our brethren in UWA, Curtin and everyone else who actually rank in some chart somewhere, Murdoch tends to not give a shit. Last year, 73… Continue reading Guildsplainer: The un-official guide to who does what in Murdoch Student Politics.