MILK’s end is a reminder of the constant labour undertaken in the creative scene to ensure its extra-institutional survival.
Author: Alana Ramshaw
SUDS has opted to end this year with a bang. More accurately, they’ve ended it with several, all in the…
With chants of “Shame, shame Albanese,” and “Free free Palestine,” filling the CBD, the crowd made its way along George Street to Belmore Park.
The Report’s figures, from chronic under-reporting to the over-representation of international students, don’t come as a surprise to student organisers. The Report provides nothing novel to analyse; there are no new proposals that have not long been championed by advocates at USyd and beyond.
A Soft Touch is an exhibition that celebrates the radical choice of tenderness in a hard world.
As a result of its continued accommodation for carbon offsetting, the Safeguard Mechanism incentivises investment in offset and abatement programs, drawing investment away from the critically important expansion of renewable energy infrastructure.
Join your union. Support migrant-led industrial campaigns. Don’t buy broccolini.
There are some homes we choose, through mountains of paperwork and hyper-competitive rental viewings, and there are some we simply find ourselves in.
The persistence and resurrection of anti-queer legislation around the world demonstrates that the fight for queer liberation is nowhere near over.
The exhibition at SCASS Backspace honours queer community and liberation, running until 30 June on Level 3 of Wentworth.