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The Politicisation of Justice w/ Maya Oppenheim (The Mancunion, December 2011)

Two weeks ago, University of Sussex student Zenon Mitchell-Kotsakis was sentenced to 15 months imprisonment for violent disorder at last year’s student protests. Zenon’s “violence” amounted to throwing two cardboard placards in the direction of an aggressive line of baton-wielding riot police. 745 more words

The role of student unions should be re-examined

Student unions are such a common part of our university careers that we tend to take them for granted. Student government often exists at all levels of the institution, ranging from the department, to the college or school, all the way to the collective student union. 624 more words

The Prince Arthur Herald

The CLASSE brings its radical agenda to Ontario

Samuel Mosonyi and Alex Vronces.

The CLASSE, Quebec’s most radical student federation, just finished a tour of Ontario, which started in Ottawa on July 12th and ended in Peterborough on July 20th. 1,020 more words

The Prince Arthur Herald