Indonesian studies – axed. 230 staff positions – axed. Financial pressure continues to pillage education at La Trobe University.
‘While the future of the LTSU has always been in the hands of students, this point could not be more heavily emphasised right now…’
From $891 spent on a limo, to the six-figure-salary CEO reimbursing her $55 pot plant – I dive deep into the LTSA’s finances, exposing their grotesque priorities.
Skye Griffiths reports.
Fatma, a broke student, looks at the subjective reality of health when you’re on a budget while digging her teeth into the lack of financial support from the LTSA.
From long advocacy wait times to Zoom yoga and trivia, I spill the tea on the LTSA.
Jake McGuinness, LTSU President, was joined by Clare Elliott, La Trobe PPE Society President, to sit down and discuss his history at La Trobe, student advocacy, and leadership.
Find out how the University’s new proposal will change things for residents.