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YooSID 2022 Report card Areas of Learning

Outstanding

Accosting people

High

Paper use

Sound

Basic

Limited

Diplomacy

Socialist Alternative (SAlt) GPA: 6.9 Teacher’s comments: Throughout 2022, SAlt led the classroom with an impressive oratory record, ready to answer the class captain’s questions at a moment’s notice. SAlt have also, in a surprising development, polished several submissions to the school bulletin, with a new friend close to their row helming the bulletin next year. They also sprinkled the class with a consistent willingness to challenge orthodoxy at every available opportunity. However, their attitudes and critical thought will need serious improvements if SAlt wish to reach Year 5. Unfortunately, SAlt remains trapped within a very narrow thought sandpit that hinders their ability to convince the rest of the class despite dominating the class speaking list, with many displeased whenever they turn back on the class’ mutual aid initiatives.

Areas of Learning

Outstanding

Lack of ideological consistency

High

Sound

Basic

Confronting racism

Limited

Campaigning

Switchroots GPA: 4.20

Teacher’s comments: One of our most famous classes and co-holder of the school captain, Switch remains inseparable from their best friend Groots, ready to win any game of basketball through sheer numbers and determination. Despite their records, their homework assignments barely improved compared to past cohorts. Some classmates have already expressed frustration at their co-School Captain’s oratory address at Spence-Montessori Kindies, much to the disappointment of the radicalism of Yoosid or spending too much time in the elite St Homonbonus School and St Copeland’s School to enjoy morning tea. Nevertheless, we at the school board see the potential for Switchroots to do much better at primary school in 2023.

Areas of Learning

Outstanding

High

Sound

Basic

Limited

Diversity

Rationality

Hotness

Liberals GPA: 6.66 Teacher’s comments: For the Liberals, this year of class has been tumultuous to say the least, with Class Captain Squire Cooper Gannon going to Spence Grammar during recess time trading secrets. The class has also brought Margaret Thatcher plush dolls, at odds with Yoosid School’s ethos. Our recommendation for next year is that class Liberal should look beyond their parents’ influence and moneyed wealth to expand their horizons, like SAlt, but maybe not that much.

Areas of Learning

Outstanding

Report writing

State of mind Politics

High

Sound

Basic

Dry

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NLS GPA: 3.1 Teacher’s comments: Similar to their rival and fraternal twin Unity, they’ve been one of the classes that draws the attention of others due to their proximity to some of the best prep schools in the country. Known for bringing some of the most generous snacks, including Pop Rocks, Skittles, Candy Corn, Hershey Kisses and delightful soft drinks to share with the class (particularly with Engineers). NLS’ Class Captain also pioneered a game of Silent Ball at the last school field trip which was much loved.


Areas of Learning

Outstanding

High

Sound

Basic

Limited

Visibility Fugliness

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Conservatism

Unity GPA: 9.1 Teacher’s comments: Widely lauded across the school district as the sibling of NLS, class Unity prefers to flyer and read whenever the opportuntiy arises. They also helped their homeroom teacher immensely through being Book, Equipment, Music and Pencil Leader. In a surprising turn, despite high expectations from the school, class Unity did not enter the contest for School Captain. Regardless, it is clear that Class Unity stands out as one of the more united classes of 2022, with students paying tribute to one another even if earlier in the year, their Music Leader wavered in his role.

Areas of Learning

Outstanding

High

Sound

Visual Basic

Toilet facilities

Limited

Admiration for the status quo

Best coding language

Engineers GPA: 1.62 Teacher’s comments: Throughout this year, true to their epithet, Engineers have demonstrated a firm grasp of basic geometry and maths. They have also completed over 100 Lego sets, and have taken on a substantial load on the school’s mutual aid initiativ, despite the neighbouring SAlt class’ refusal to be put on the list. As a result, the School is considering an upgrade to the shared bathroom of the class in recognition of the contributions that Class Engineer have had. Nevertheless, the class will certainly help with increased attention to reading exercises, better comprehension will allow the class to properly read texts beyond their literal meaning — as they once made a critical mistake in understanding an Anderssen classic on Sapphic relations. We are confident in the class’ ability to progress and succeed in the future.

Areas of Learning

Outstanding

High

Average League of Losers (LoL) rank

Sound

Incorporated

Limited

Independence

Voter base

INTERPOL GPA: 3.14 Teacher’s comments: Having started at Yoosid this year, INTERPOL swung into the year with some impressive acrobatics, only to go on with a largely lackluster collection of homeworks. Contrary to school policies, the class frequently refuses to wear their class uniform, instead opting for bright yellow business suit after a viewing of ‘Boss Baby’. Class representative K Philips in particular has taken up a firm interest in cheerleading. Although INTERPOL have been excelling at additions and basic geometry, they will need to avoid putting Mentos into baths of Coca-Cola, as multiple teacher assistants have complained about INTERPOL’s experiments going awry. Next year, we recommend INTERPOL pay genuine attention to class for the best outcome. Areas of Learning

Outstanding

High

Relevance Lack of relevance Significance

Sound

Basic

Limited

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Penta GPA: 8.8

Teacher’s comments: In class, Penta is a diligent student, doing their work often away from the otherwise raucous eyes of others. Compared to previous years, however, the 2022 cohort has been far less involved in class, this will need serious improvement if they wish to take every available opportunity in the school and progress. They also rank among the smaller of the school’s classes even though the class has traditionally served as the training ground for elite students from across the globe, the class once serving as the district’s most famous class in 2019 and attaining great success just last year. We are worried that, should these trends persists, Yoosid’s reputation for excellence overseas may diminish. Their strengths lie in arithmetics and language, which gives ample room for development in primary school.


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Austerity

Best publication on campus

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Fucking in the SRC

Greenwashing your portfolio

Holidays in europe

Engineers (who are queer)

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Infighting

Cc Careerism

Dd Double-barelled surnames

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K-hole

Litigious Lauren Lancaster

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Mould-related health problems

“Not really political”

Opportunism

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Queen Dead Charles Next

Respiratory Illness

Sharehouse

(that your parents pay for)

($520 on a) Taxi

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Vaping is lame

Wage theft

Xenophobia

Uu

USyd Rants abusing their platform

Yy Yet another white president

Zz Zoom (half your degree)

Private school (“but

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L e a r n y o u r A L P H A B E T


Nursery Rhymes Honoursstudent There once was a student at uni Who had to write a thesis, The process nearly drove her loony And made her a defeatist. She wrote on the train, And she wrote it in bed, And she felt like her brain Would fall out of her head. She went right through all the stages of grief, Her fists in a ball And grinding her teeth.

TheRose

At long last: the submission date, She said a prayer for first class. She clicked submit in quite a state, And said, ‘at least I’ll pass.’

The Royal’s sticky but it’s cheap, The student lore is thick and deep,

Around uni there are three pubs, They act as uni student hubs.

Beer and wine for takeaway, But the prices seem to change each day, The Flodge provides for C&S, A classic Wednesday night address. Patrons happily smoke and drink In one room — a win, I think. Around uni there are three pubs, But there’s only one I really love.

AfellownamedBen There once was a fellow named Ben, Who thought he could win his election, He fumbled with Honi Couldn’t name the VC, And yet, he still won in the end.

You’ll find the Rose on Cleveland Street, A hallowed place, a Sunday treat. There beers are nice, the staff are cool Against all odds I win at pool.


Vice Chancellor's Reading Challenge Name:

# 1

VC's Reading List: canvas.com/ur-class/syllabus/reading-list/just-do-it-fr

Title:

Author:

UNIT CODE:

Eg. Why fucking your friends is actually good for you

Shanna Maree

GCST:1069

2 3 4 5 6

Complete more than 10 readings to recieve the VC's gold award (actually passing ur classes)


W O TELL H S &


Ladder Climbers start here

Do you have wh at one of Aust Eight Let’ You’re approached by a third year at the Flodge. They tell you about this thing called ‘Grassroots’. You feel compelled to add them on FB and move forward 2.

Your article, ‘Th subtle spiritualit Parramatta Road a flop. It gets 5 li and one dismiss comment. -10 so capital, move forw

You start writing for Honi Soit. To find out what about, roll the dice. If the number is divisible by 3, move forward 2 spaces. If not, move 4.

Time to pick your major! It’s ATAR day. Roll your dice to find out where you will be starting!

1 2

Congrats! You score an 80 and enrol in an Arts degree.

Nice! You score a 90 and enrol in an Engineering degree.

5 6

3 4

Woah! You score a 99.5 and enrol in a combined Law degree.

If you rolled an odd number, you’re studying... POLITICAL ECONOMY (move forward 2 spaces) If you rolled an even number, you’re studying... ENGLISH LITERATURE (move forward one space)

Can you beat STEM oppression and reach mainstream appeal?

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- You remain anon and progress to the finish line with 0 social capital

5 - You are Emily Storey. Your FoodBank

efforts are finally recognised and you progress to the finish line with 40 social capital.

6 - You are Cole Scott-Curwood. You use the classic political strategy of riding to popularity on the strength of your family-man image. You finish with 100 social capital.

Time to make your social debut!

Yay! You collect $2000 of Dalyell money. You drop the stream soon after!!

If you rolled an odd number, you’re joining... A SULS COMMITTEE (move forward two spaces) If you rolled an odd number, you’re joining... MOOTING (move forward one space)

You come into your own on the SULS Events Committee. Take +20 social capital and move forward 2 places.

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hat it takes to succeed tralia’s elite Group of universities? ’s find out!

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You seek community at an EAG meeting. A shoe-less 30-yo invites you to a Trotskyist reading group. Will you attend? Roll dice. Odd = move 2; even = move 3.

Ooft. You opted to be on MILK for Honi. Wracked with scandal, the ticket collapses. You fade into obscurity. If you’re lucky. -200 and finish the game.

Your great campaigning skills have got you noticed. Grassroots offers you two positions. Roll dice. Odd = move 2. Even = move 3.

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Your article, ‘Where to piss on campus’ is a sensation. +20 social capital, move forward 3.

Not one, but TWO prospective Honi tickets ask you to edit the paper. You face a choice. Roll dice. Odd = move 1, Even = move 3.

Yay. You opted for STRONG for Honi. Following the collapse of MILK, you win big and enjoy a year editing USyd’s coolest publication. +200 and finish the game!

You get weird vibes from the Trot. You can smell the Tony Cliff on their breath. You head to a Grassroots caucus instead. Move forward 4.

You are asked to help the faction out in their upcoming SRC election campaign. You really care about a left-wing student union. You agree. Go forward 3.

Fuck! You chose to run for USU. You’re not a big enough name yet, and suffer a loss. +5 points out of sympathy, but head back 14 spaces.

You write another article entitled ‘The hidden history of campus drugs’. It racks up views. +30 social capital. Move forward 2.

Nice, you pick a respectable Gen Exec position. The next year, you pick up a paid OB role. Add it to your LinkedIn, take +10 points, and finish the game.

You head to your first ever Solidarity reading group. Do you sign up? Even dice: yes, you finish the game with -50 social capital. Odd dice: move back 1.

Mooting is hard. The udges can be tough. oll the dice to see if you break. Odd = move 2. Even = move 3.

You attend a very cool reporter drinks and meet another student passionate about pissing on campus. +10 social capital, move forward 1.

Nice! You’re a contracts whiz. You’re offered a clerkship at Allens. You earn +30 social capital, but it no longer matters. You finish the game with a shining CV.

You join. You have a ...fine year editing Dissent. But you lose the respect of your lefty peers. No stupol mobility for you. -30 SC, and you end the game.

Your new pursuit is highly lucrative, between coaching and USU subsidies. You no longer care about social capital, you’ve got too much of the real stuff. End game.

Lol! It didn’t matter either way. The decision was made in camera! Make a nice speech about social justice, collect +20 points, and finish the game.

You don’t break. Disillusioned with mooting, you pivot to debating. Move forward 3.

You pass up your chance to be on this year’s SULS Exec. You fill the void with... Odd = move 1. Even = move 2.

Wow... You’re so principled. Those staff jobs are saved! Go forward 1.

You’re approached by a SULS BNOC to be on his ticket for SULS Exec. One problem: he’s a known campus Lib. Do you join? Odd = move 3, Even = move 5.

You join Law Revue You get noticed for your great dance moves and average sense of humour. +10 and end the game with relative grace.

Wow... You have a crisis of morality and let the USU staff go. A real stain on your conscience. Go forward 2.

You make a bid for USU Board, getting elected on your progressive reputation and energetic campaign video. + 30 SC, move forward 1.

Oh no! You’re faced with a tough decision on Board. Do you sack staff or stick to your principles? Odd = move 1. Even = move 2.


WHEN I GROW UP I'M A PYROMANIAC!

FIREFIGHTER I

s it getting warm in here? My name is Lucy and I put out fires. Most of us live at the station so we are ready to be called at a moment's notice. We get to slide down metal poles, carry long hoses and drive around in big trucks. Firefighters keep us safe, especially in summer time when the ground is dry and the sun is warm. In the last few years there has been less of us, and a lot more fires. This sometimes makes our job very busy. To be a firefighter you need you need to be brave, to go into danger and be strong, to carry all of your heavy equipment. You also need to know how to fill out lots of paperwork, as getting funding is an essential part of the job. I studied the Environment at the University and for my ICPU I got to work for a bank. While there isn't much fire at a bank, there was a lot of paperwork which helped me get a knack for filling out forms.

I HAVE A REAL JOB!

PUBLIC RELATIONS

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ave you ever been caught in the act? My name is Raquel and I also put out fires. Not the same kind of fires as Lucy, but imaginary fires. My email is my fire extinguisher and I stop my friends from getting burnt. I work for the University. Every day I get answer questions from the media about what the University is up to. Sometimes people say things that are not true. When those people aren't us, I make sure that what they end up saying is more true. To be in public relations here you need to be good at words, to know what they can and can't say. You also need to be an optimist. Sometimes people will see things as a negative, but it's your job to change that way of thinking and brighten their day. I studied Media at the University and for my ICPU I got to work at a bank. There I got to speak to many customers, which gave me experience in talking (down) to people on behalf of a corporation.

TEACHER

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o you like learning something new? My name is Nick and I help my friends understand how the world works. I work at the University and I get to talk to big rooms of people about topics that excite me. Being a casual academic means I get to talk to my students when I am in the classroom, at home, online, on holidays, and even when I am sleeping. It also means I can sometimes get told to go on holiday, even when I didn't think I wanted to. To be a teacher here you need to love books, talking to others and knowing how to follow instructions. You also need to be good at managing money, or a lack of it, so you can keep enjoying the things that make you happy. I studied English at the University and for my ICPU I also got to work at a bank. I saw how money is best put to use, which I keep in mind when the University decides to put theirs elsewhere.

I GET PAID (SOMETIMES!)


I WANT TO BE... AHHHHHHHNURSE HHHHHHHHHHyou ever gotten sick? My name is Patrick and I fix you up whenever HHHH! Have you're broken and make sure you get better. Nobody likes feeling ill, so we try and understand what is wrong with people to get them back on their feet.

It is very rewarding seeing people able to walk and talk again. Sometimes they bring us flowers, which we keep around to make the hospital pretty and patients comfortable. To become a nurse you need to do placements. A placement is where we get to go to hospital and follow the doctors around to see where help is needed most. It helps to know where to eat cheaply, as you won't be paid. Placements are a load of fun, and you'll be doing a lot of them! I study nursing at the University and for my ICPU I also got to work at a defence company. There I learnt the spirit of fighting against invaders. While now they might be microscopic, I keep that spirit with me to keep you safe.

I LOVE WOMEN! BECOME A LESGINEER!

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ENGINEER

oah, when did that get there? My name is Jess and I build things. I make roads, tunnels and big bridges, so people can get around more easily. It is always exciting seeing your plans slowly come to life. Often our big projects start out as little models, similar to LEGO, only to end up as giant skyscrapers. Last year we built a casino, so even more people can play games! To become an engineer you need to be good with shapes and numbers. They help us figure out how tall things should be and how much material we might need to make them.

SCIENTIST

I studied Engineering and for my ICPU I also got to work at a defence company. We built drones for aerial surveillance, so we can see what things look like from above. While they use their drones for neutralising combatants in compromised areas, I now use drones to see what size my blueprints should be.

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oes that smell weird to you? My name is Sam and I research in a lab at the University. We run experiments to trial new drugs, so we can help the people who need it the most. Currently my team is working on a cure for male-patterned baldness. Can you ever see your reflection on the back of your dad's head? Well that's probably because his hair has stopped growing there. We want to bring all of that hair back. To become a scientist you need short hair, safety goggles and a lab coat. These keep us safe when we are handling dangerous chemicals. Sometimes we won't know how humans react to certain substances, so we only handle them in a clean and controlled environment. I studied Chemistry and for my ICPU I also got to work at a defence company. We deal with very dangerous chemicals there, so I remember to keep my goggles on at all times.

I KNOW HOW TO MAKE COKE AND METH AND DEXIES AND MDMA AND ...


Tantrum of the Year Deggles Goodie In contrast to the other candidates, Deggles’ commitment to causing chaos is a political one. Even still, we all know deep down that he loves the performance of it all – storming random events with a megaphone and yelling obscenities at unprepared members of the public is his one true love and passion. So prepared and eager to make a scene at any given moment, it is rumoured that Deggles sleeps with a megaphone under his pillow. It is also rumoured that to save time, Deggles is constantly in his protest uniform – Dr Martens, protest t-shirt tucked in to belted dark jeans – and that immaculate hair is actually a wig (the hours lost to styling such a masterpiece would be an unacceptable detriment to the cause).

Malcy Turnby

An annual publication by Honi Waah acknowledging those infants among us who throw the biggest tantrums each year. The following five candidates have been shortlisted for a major prize.

Cooper Cannon

Cooper outed himself as an infantile bootlicking twerp by going on Sky News and having a sook about this silly rag’s commemorative edition for Queen Elizabeth. Our little Coopy stumbled through his pre-written cryfest by virtue of him being so emotionally overwhelmed at just how damn mean the whole thing was! Poor Coops. I hope his mummy gives him a little treat to cheer him up – a new BMW perhaps.

The ex-Prime Minister showed how much of a sook he is by running angry to the press after some USyd students shut down a little speech he was giving on campus. Malcy, who has access to every major newspaper in the country and is the author of a best-selling autobiography, got very very upset about not having a voice! Boohoo! I tell you what’s really upsetting – not being able to use internet in my bedroom thanks to Malcy fucking up the NBN. Other notable instances of Malcy being a spineless goodfor-nothing sack of shit include increasing the fees for Arts and Law degrees (putting this disgruntled writer a further $40,000 in debt after transferring) and subjecting queer people to vilification during Before we get started I just wanna say that the postal vote! Maybe, Malcy, if you weren’t C*** is definitely NOT a member of the C****** such a fuckface, you would be more welcome back on *******ST P****. Ok now that that is out of the your old sandpit. way, what a crybaby this cunt is! Seriously, the editors at Honi Waah are blown away by how petulant C*** has proven to be. I mean this cunt is a fully grown **-year-old adult, and still spends hundreds of thousands of dollars suing anyone who badmouths him. Get a life! From a tantrums perspective, though, excellent work! As long as we can put our little Lego builds in your building, Our friends in the media team really do love a sook. carry on! Honi Waah routinely gets angry emails from PR people asking us to change articles that make the uni look bad. I suppose it is the nature of our conflicting ‘professions’, and I guess it has been a tough year with all the bad press around, like not meeting the NTEU in Enterprise Bargaining, the hundreds of thousands of dollars the Execs have spent on random shit, Anderson Stuart being a racist eugenicist and students largely being pretty unhappy with their degrees. Guys, if you want us to be less critical, can you start by getting rid of FASS3999 and OLEs pls?

C*** C*** W***

USyd Public Relations


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