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Nov. 30th, 2006

06:52 am

Wow, the CAPA president seems to have vanished and resigned. Now the vice president seems panicky.

Nov. 29th, 2006

10:24 am

Wow, this is terrible, apparently the CAPA president has gone missing now!
First he was not answering my calls and emails and I thought it was personal and now it's just him = gone. Whoops.

Oct. 20th, 2006

09:07 am

I am so tired!
There should be a few marches happening for women against violence soon for Reclaim the night:

Friday 27th October, Reclaim the Night Sydney. Women meet at 6pm at Town Hall to march to Customs House Square Circular Quay. 1 in 5 women have experienced sexual violence. 1 in 3 women have experienced physical violence. It doesn’t have to be this way. Demand an end to violence against women. Experience an electrifying feast of music, art, circus, spoken word, theatre and workshops! Contact University of Sydney Women's SRC (02) 9660 5222

Aug. 18th, 2006

02:55 pm

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Aug. 16th, 2006

11:08 am

Extra reading materials? I had been browsing through my reading materials this morning and came across this reply.

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Aug. 15th, 2006

11:41 pm

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I wonder who Ms Goward is, it's so strange, I kept reading mrs government-howard the first time I read through the article.
I had never heard of APMAIF before. I think I may need to look into it more.
I also haven't really had a good look at what had been said about breastfeeding and studying, but I guess daycare says it all really.
Some campusses had been very pro-active about their women on campus so I wonder what had been said regarding that.

Jun. 19th, 2006

12:39 am

another year has passed
so now it's my birthday again
:)

Jun. 9th, 2006

03:12 pm

I have a pimple, exams and i want to die!!!
My accupuncturist is also gone for three weeks. Eeep.
Poor me...

Jun. 2nd, 2006

07:07 pm - Re: Women and health

I found this on the BBC news and was wondering if anyone knew if the situation is the same in Australia.
I feel pretty bad about it. Does anyone have similar stories or know of other types of cancer patients that do not suffer from a predominately (or women-only) female type cancer?


'I wasn't offered vital cancer support'
By Jane Elliott
Health reporter, BBC News

When Sue Keir was diagnosed with breast cancer the care she got was superb.



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May. 26th, 2006

03:29 pm

I think I have befriended WA. They are all so lovely, but it was a shame that only 3 out of the 4 universities came. I wish there were more. I applied for funding from the council and asked the sa's to fund a trip for me to WA, as I've decided that WA is very important. The sa's seem to think this a good idea. Hopefully we can do this together so I can see everone when I am down there.

(hint, Annie, you can add me now if you want)

I've also asked them for a women's officer and I think I may have made my own victorian woman's regianal officer. I think it's better that way.

I tried to put up a motion with SA and WA as I had trouble accessing resources but it was called out of order by the VP and then not presented to council when I was busy at my hotel getting kicked out as the bills hadn't been paid.

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