Many law students across its 11-year history credit the program for greatly improving their marks and helping with their transition into university study.
Grammarly was designed mostly to be used in business rather than academic contexts, proving its service as a colonial project targeted to the teleology of late-stage capitalism.
The cast of the 2021 USyd Womn’s Revue took their show, ‘A Noughty New Year’, to the big stage.
Pranks gone wrong, electoral fraud, and drunken misadventure. 20th century USyd at its finest.
To meet the challenges of an increasingly disconnected campus, compulsory voting could increase student engagement and participation in campus life.
In the weekly column where we air an ill-thought out hot take, Ariana Haghighi lets loose!
Students rally in anticipation of survey results.
The thrill of thievery.
This year served up a smorgasbord of enticing events.
Mental health differs immensely across the world, and Western institutions fail to recognise this.