Climate change can seem like an endless and insurmountable problem, and it’s hard to actually believe that you can make a difference as an individual. But it doesn’t have to be so scary.
It’s no secret that young people are struggling financially right now: increased cost-of-living, significant rent rises, and HECS indexation at a record high are all the current reality for Australian students. And those undertaking mandatory unpaid placements are often under increased levels of financial strain.
QUT students who have recently completed a mandatory placement as part of their degree can now apply for a $50 voucher from the QUT Student Guild.
Australians living with HECS or HELP loans will likely be facing thousands of additional dollars added to their debt in the new financial year, after a bill proposing major changes to the higher education loan system was rejected.
Welcome back to the Glass coverage of the Guild Student Representative Council (SRC) Meetings of 2023. This is our coverage of the April Council meeting held on Thursday 27th April 2023 at B201, Kelvin Grove Campus.
Did you know up until 2019 the Australian government taxed period products at the same rate as luxury goods? Meanwhile, products like condoms, sunscreen, and lubricants were GST-free.
Late Thursday afternoon the QUT Student Guild President resigned from her position.
This is our coverage of the March Council meeting held Monday 27th March 2023 at B225, Kelvin Grove Campus.
The QUT Student Guild governance team spoke as witnesses during a public hearing in Sydney last week in front of the Education and Employment Legislation Committee.
The QUT Student Guild Foodbank is facing serious concerns after seeing an unprecedented influx of students in the first three weeks of the semester.