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New University Senate Fellows reveal reform agendas

New University Senate Fellows reveal reform agendas

The four new Fellows of the University of Sydney Senate outline their visions and values.

Federal politics gets HECS-tic

Federal politics gets HECS-tic

Will the Abbott government put a HECS on student debt?

USU debacle to be decided in Supreme Court

USU debacle to be decided in Supreme Court

Efforts to remove the USU’s Vice-President have been frustrated and will now hinge on a further court decision, reports Max Chalmers

USU Vice-President likely to be removed from Board

USU Vice-President likely to be removed from Board

After leaking information to this newspaper, the VP finds himself on the verge of losing his job, reports Max Chalmers

Last Rights: Euthanasia in Australia

Last Rights: Euthanasia in Australia

When viewed through the lens of personal experience, euthanasia no longer looks like a tokenistic civil right

USU Exec attempt to remove Vice President from Board

USU Exec attempt to remove Vice President from Board

After a dramatic turn of events, the USU Board will meet this Friday to decide the fate of Tom Raue

Cumberland students lose out on SSAF

Cumberland students  lose out on SSAF

Students feel they are being short-changed, reports Max Chalmers

Bidding farewell to Jurassic Lounge

Bidding farewell to Jurassic Lounge

On a Tuesday night at the Australian Museum visitors scan e-tickets, tilt bottles of cider to their lips, and pass to and fro under a 17.4-metre-long sperm whale skeleton.

Women still wobbly on Engineering and IT

Women still wobbly on Engineering and IT

Engineering and IT faculty still has the lowest percentage of women students

Labor uncaps education deductions

Labor uncaps education deductions

Max Chalmers reports on the latest developments in tertiary education policy

Senator’s ex-company won $180 million project

Senator’s ex-company won $180 million project

But the University is sure there ain’t nothing to see here, reports Max Chalmers.

Glasnost and Sydney University: Max Chalmers

Glasnost and Sydney University: Max Chalmers

Forced to constantly sell itself to the world, the University of Sydney has become closed off, for fear that something might offend the customers it so badly needs.

“At least say sorry to us”: students angered by UniLodge fire response

“At least say sorry to us”: students  angered by UniLodge fire response

On a cold June morning the residents of UniLodge were woken by a fire alarm.

New housing will ease the rental squeeze for some

New housing will ease the rental squeeze for some

The University is bulking up on beds, but not everyone will be able to afford one, reports Max Chalmers

Woroni in hot water after Islamic satire

Woroni in hot water after Islamic satire

A picture is worth a thousand words, and the threat of expulsion, discovered Max Chalmers

A lazy conscience

A lazy conscience

The attack on our generation’s apathy is not entirely unfounded, writes Max Chalmers.

In tough times, University turns to philanthropy

Max Chalmers looks into why the University will be hitting you up for cash when you get a real job

University of Sydney to lose fifty million in funding

University of Sydney to lose fifty million in funding

Stephen Garton spoke to Max Chalmers about what the Gonski reforms mean for the University of Sydney.

SRC backs Israel boycott

SRC backs Israel boycott

An SRC meeting failed to bring about world peace but succeeded in upsetting everybody in the room, writes Max Chalmers.

No discount housing for Indigenous students

No discount housing for Indigenous students

The redevelopment of The Block has its winners and its losers, but how will Indigenous Students fare?

USYD strike: the whole story

USYD strike: the whole story

A complete summary of the 48 hour USYD strike

No discount housing for Indigenous students

No discount housing for Indigenous students

The student housing to be built on The Block site in Redfern will prove too expensive for many students.

Why you need Honi Soit: Max Chalmers

Why you need Honi Soit: Max Chalmers

Honi Soit covers the strike

Putting on the warpaint with Ben Quilty

Putting on the warpaint with Ben Quilty

Max Chalmers went to look at Ben Quilty paintings, but just looked at Ben Quilty instead.

University presents a new type of chancellor

University presents a new type of chancellor

What does the rise of Belinda Hutchinson mean for the University of Sydney?

Academics Vote to Strike in 2013

Academics Vote to Strike in 2013

  As students enrol in a fresh batch of courses for 2013, University staff and management continue to play out the battles of 2012.  Max Chalmers reports. University of Sydney students may find themselves arriving at empty lecture halls in week one of 2013.  Academics are set to walk off the job in March next […]

The market rate is too damn high

The market rate is too damn high

Max Chalmers looks at the bigger picture behind the SUV rent increase.

Former Foreign Minister takes tough questions from students

Former Foreign Minister takes tough questions from students

Max Chalmers attended the bi-annual Hedley Bull Memorial lecture

MediaBOTCH: missing the most vulnerable

MediaBOTCH: missing the most vulnerable

Max Chalmers investigates why rental affordability will not be an issue at next year’s election

Toy time at the Nicholson Museum

Toy time at the Nicholson Museum

Max Chalmers discovered that LEGO Rome wasn’t built in a day either.

University Trims the Fat as Academics Face the Axe

University Trims the Fat as Academics Face the Axe

Max Chalmers investigates why your lecturers might be missing.