Posted on 05 April 2012 by The Bucket Editorial
by Will Sommers
1. When Sir John’s opened its doors in 1963 there were only two drinks and two food choices available; a VB or a Carlton, and a steak or a Four’n Twenty. Any student who asked for another option was personally blacklisted by the dean as a communist.
2. Mass protests occurred in 1973 when student union funding changes caused a 10 cent rise in prices across the menu. In the ensuing riots 18 students were killed in an event that became known as Clayton’s Bloody Monday
Posted on 19 March 2012 by The Bucket Editorial
It’s an all too familiar tale, running late for class, panicked and alone, your car park of choice is full, and unaware of the alternatives you burn your car in the middle of Blackburn Rd to prevent it falling into the hands of the enemy. It’s the responsible thing to do. But if you refuse to listen to the voice of reason, here’s a guide to the Clayton Campuses countless car parks.