On Campus

This is a new argument

Things are getting interesting in Australia again.

Two years into Voluntary Student Unionism and the new federal government is trying to figure out what to do in order to fulfill its promise to reverse VSU.

The problem is that VSU is not widely unpopular nor is it widely popular, people will settle for the status quo.

There is plenty of debate about the future of student unions in Australia. This argument is unique. (I haven’t come to my own conclusion about it yet.)

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