PROSH is short for ‘procession’ – that crazy day in April when UWA students take to the streets in droves selling copies of the paper to unsuspecting victims. PROSH started as a small paper called the SRUSS-SRUSS in 1931. Since then it has grown to become one of the (b)oldest and (ig)noblest traditions of UWA students. Every March/April a team of dedicated writers get together to produce the PROSH paper, a satirical slant on current affairs locally, globally and internationally (no one is spared). All proceeds raised go to the chosen beneficiaries.