The UCU claimed that the move could risk undermining academic standards.
The 2022 Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes open to the public today.
The second day of strikes continued the University-wide shut down in support of staff and NTEU demands for fairer working conditions.
The winner of the 2022 Archibald Prize will be announced this Friday 13 May, with the exhibition opening to the public the following day.
Over the weekend, Joi Murugavell’s stunning new solo exhibition lit up a hidden corner of Chippendale.
The on-campus exhibition brings together a series of unassailable artworks from, or in response to, nuclear disasters such as Nagasaki, Maralinga and Chernobyl.
Protests good, election bad.
Investigating the mysterious myriad of artworks at the University of Sydney and questioning who put them there.
Described as “anti-protest laws” by Leong in a speech set to be delivered in parliament tonight, Leong will argue that it is a bill which seeks “to criminalise the behaviour of the people who are trying to save us”.
Pain management drugs and cannabinoids have been found to protect against infectious diseases such as COVID-19 in recent studies by USyd and Oregon State University.