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Best cheap eats at UWA in 2019

We know it can be hard to eat well on a student budget – but skipping meals certainly doesn’t help your grades. So we’ve rounded up some of the best meal options currently on campus under $10*. Hackett Cafe Fresh off the bus with $10 to spend? Stop by Hackett to get your fill of […]

So what’s the deal with the new assessment policy?

By Conrad Hogg (Guild President) & Lincoln Aspinall (Education Council President) Last year the university adopted a new assessment policy, effective from 2019. It contains some changes to the way that you are assessed, and the Guild did a whole lot of work to get the best possible deal for students. Find out more below. […]

March 27 Guild Council meeting wrap-up

Lots of exciting policy got moved through Guild Council this week. Once they are approved, the minutes will be available on our website, but here’s the key points! From the executive We took a position against the terrorist attacks in New Zealand, enabling the Ethnocultural Collective to run a vigil on this issue. We delegated […]

6 March 2019 council meeting wrap-up

Lots happened at Guild Council last week to update you on. Once they are approved, the minutes will be available on our website, but here are the key points! Completed via circular The Guild took a position against Bettina Arndt’s speech denying the problem with sexual assault and harassment on university campuses. We reaffirmed our […]

Why you should do PROSH 2019!

Why should you be at uni at 5am on a Wednesday and spend your morning selling papers around town? Simple: it’s all for charity! PROSH is an infamous  Perth fundraiser run entirely by UWA students, who write a satirical newspaper and then hit the streets of Perth in costume to sell it and raise money […]

Freedom of expression at UWA

You’re invited to contribute to discussions! As you have probably heard, our Vice-Chancellor recently established a working group that is responsible for making recommendations about a UWA policy on the freedom of expression. As your student representative on the working group and as the Guild President, I wanted to update you on the progress, and […]

The freshers’ guide to food on campus

New to UWA and wondering where the best places to eat are? The Guild’s General Secretary, Adhish Kastha, brings you some top tips in this blog post… UWA has a lot of great places to eat and drink. Here are a few of my favourites to help get you through the day: Best coffee: Quobba […]

Get prepped for 2019!

We hope you’re enjoying your summer – but don’t relax too much: there are a few little things you should do to  get ready for another year at UWA… Re-enrol Re-enrolment   is open now, and you should be sure to do it by Saturday 19 January. After that date, there’ll be a $200 late fee […]

Top healthy eats at UWA

Eating well is  essential for keeping your brain and body functioning at their best and getting those HDs! So here are a few of our top picks for nutritious (and delicious) meals at UWA: Salad Who says you don’t make friends with salad? Even when all your mates want to head to the Tavern, don’t […]

Hackett Cafe Instagram competition

To celebrate our new Vittoria coffee beans and other improvements at the UWA Hackett campus café, we’re giving you a chance to  win a Carisma Machine valued at $2000! To enter, simply share a photo of your coffee from Hackett Café on Instagram with #uwahackettcafe – easy! Ts & Cs: Entries close  Friday  9  November. […]


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