A USyd spokesperson says they cannot "retrospectively" change fees for existing students.
The ACNC statistics are alarming: in 2020, the workforce in NSW public universities shrunk by over 13,000.
Interviews with twelve student activists.
Subjects that are at risk of being cut include many from Hebrew, Biblical & Jewish Studies, Visual Arts, Philosophy and more.
Vice-Chancellor Mark Scott said that USyd had made this decision due to “NSW health advice.”
Voter turnout was at an all-time high.
Undergrad units with less than 24 students will be cut.
The move raises concerns that Turnitin is “buying out its most promising competitive threat."
Intellectual freedom “goes to the heart of the nature and character of the institution of the university itself.”
“The choices you're making don't impact just you, but also your family.”