By the second year of publication - the content in Griffitti suggested that student life at Griffith had become more organised and equally, more diverse. There was still commentary on politics, social issues, and students rights. However, the magazine now promoted things like a student run co-operative that offered cheaper food and other goods. Students were also using Griffitti to advertise a growing student Arts scene which included a theatre group, orchestra, film group and a growing number of other social/interest clubs. The third volume for 1976 also had the student union (GUUS) as the publishers and primary content providers reflecting on their publication by including a questionnaire on how Griffitti might be improved to better serve students. The magazine continued throughout 1976 to produce the standard fare although more content on environmental issues and sustainability was being presented.