“Until I was there, having obstacles put in my pathway, I didn’t realise how much of a support they were," says Vinka Barunga of the UWA School of Indigenous Studies. "And probably all of the Indigenous students here would say exactly the same.”
Through clicking on links shared by friends and major news outlets like Times Magazine and news.com.au, Lamont’s understanding and respect for the work of those whom the Grim Reaper had led into eternal darkness flourished. Kate Prendergast reports.
At the October Guild Council meeting on Tuesday, a right-wing faction of elected members shirtfronted SSAF, gender quotas and Pelican, all in one go. By the end of the night, its key victory was in securing a motion to “remember the fallen Oak Lawn tree”. Kate Prendergast reports.