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Spence impresses in style, but substance?

Spence impresses in style, but substance?

Twitter showcased a mixed reaction to the Vice-Chancellor’s Q&A appearance last night, reports Michael Koziol.

Back to the Murray-Darling drawing board

Back to the Murray-Darling drawing board

The regions will never consider the current water plan their own, writes Lane Sainty.

The trouble with celebrating colonialism

The trouble with celebrating colonialism

Tenaya Alattas had low expectations of college, and even they weren’t met.

Dissent: ‘We think Honi got it wrong’

Dissent: ‘We think Honi got it wrong’

As cuts continue, Honi should be the voice of students, not management, write Rob Boncardo, Erima Dall, Sam Lewin, David Potter and
Imogen Szumer, members of the Education Action Group (EAG)

A diamond celebration

A diamond celebration

Ben Brooks takes his tea high, and his leaders regal.

MyUni launch garners mixed reception

MyUni launch garners mixed reception

On April 2nd, the government finally released MyUniversity – a website where visitors can compare different universities and university courses and find important information about tertiary education in Australia. According to The Age, Chris Evans, the Tertiary Education Minister, said the website would “help drive universities to lift performance and quality”, like the government MySchool […]

America to remain the land of the free, for now

America to remain the land of the free, for now

As Connie Ye asks, if legislation falls in the woods and nobody is there to hear it, then what is the point?

Uninspiring candidates – we’ve seen it all before

Uninspiring candidates – we’ve seen it all before

There is a distinct lack of original policy in this USU board election campaign, writes Cameron Caccamo.

Success of Golden Dawn casts a dark shadow over Greek elections

Success of Golden Dawn casts a dark shadow over Greek elections

A record-breaking vote for the extreme-right Golden Dawn party marks a grave shift in the politics of Europe, writes Lucia Osborne-Crowley.

One year on: creating the next Osama bin Laden

One year on: creating the next Osama bin Laden

The war we can’t call a war lives on, writes Felix Donovan.

The Last Post only the beginning of ANZAC day

At the going down of the sun, the horrors of war remain, writes Felix Donovan

A lot of fuss over two or three words

Lucy Watson wants marriage equality legislated, so everyone can move on

Atheists: “We’re people too!”

Cale Hubble would now like to be referred to as C.L. Hubble

Gillard no longer at the coalface

The federal government can take a breath of fresh air for now, writes Daniel Zwi

Packer’s betting on Barangaroo

Packer’s betting on Barangaroo

Sydney faces competing development pressures, writes Hannah Bruce

Snap back to reality (oh, there goes gravity)

The state of journalism is all too often a fact-free zone, writes Nick Rowbotham

WikiLeaks vs Stratfor

Reuben Stone considers what to believe about the US government’s vested interests

A breath of fresh air or lights out for liberty?

Smoking can be a force for good, so stop sneering and breathe easy. Rafi Alam lets freedom ring

Previously on the 2012 Republican primaries

Previously on the 2012 Republican primaries

There’s still a long way to go before November, writes Sertan Saral

A Corporation By Any Other Name

A Corporation By Any Other Name

‘It is clear that staff and students must look beyond any idealized perceptions of the ‘University’ to the purpose of the university as a business’, writes Catrina Yu.

We must work together to improve student services

We must work together to improve student services

A joint venture between the University and the Union is required, writes Michael Spence

Budget mismanagement does not justify money-grab

Budget mismanagement does not justify money-grab

Only a student-controlled organisation can make the right choices for student money, writes Tim Matthews

Campus Smoking Ban

Campus Smoking Ban

On December 5 last year, the governing body of the university, the Senate, passed the Smoke-Free Environment Policy. Since January 30 this year, the new policy bans smoking on all campuses of the University of Sydney. The policy recognises the adverse effects of smoking and passive smoking, and supports the idea of the University becoming a […]

Egypt’s Revolution, One Year On

Egypt’s Revolution, One Year On

Felix Donovan experiences Mubarak’s legacy firsthand

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