GOSS: Here's What You Missed in The Midsem Break
By Pulp Goss
Though Pulp Goss is more Omniscient Gossip Narrator than actual real life person, Pulp nonetheless acknowledges that editor Madeline Ward is a current member of Grassroots and former SRC Women’s Officer, and that editors Haydn Hickson and Alexander Barnstone have their own political views.
Your favourite campus hacks have had a busy mid-semester break week wheeling, dealing and sly social media posting. Here’s what you missed.
Is SUDS okay?
What are they testing? Who is that? Is it performance art? Why? We have many questions, all currently unanswered. Someone from SUDS please slide into our DMs and explain.
Let The One Among You Who is Without Sin Be The First To Attend a Society Cruise
Sin seems to be a popular theme amongst the Sydney society cruises this year, which is funny because sin is the last thing that comes to mind when we consider the types of people likely to attend these cruises. The Macquarie University Legal Society and the Sydney Arts Student Society are hosting similar sin themed cruises, which we guess will be fun for those of you longing for one last sinful (?) hurrah before you retire to your well-earned position at daddy’s law firm.
Deal or No Deal?
We’ve heard rumours of a deal between Cady Brown and a Panda candidate, which could prove very favourable for Cady, should preferences flow correctly. NLS and Unity seem to want everyone to know they’ve signed a deal, via this Highly Subtle post in cursed facebook group subtle stupol traits.
Does this Count as Campaigning?
Some candidates have been playing fast and loose with the USU’s strict election regulations that ban any campaigning until 12:01 am on Saturday the 4th of May. Naughty!