Amid a funding crisis for the Aboriginal Legal Service, people gathered at an emergency meeting to share stories about access to justice.
Author: Khanh Tran
Without Harlen’s vision and leadership, the University of Sydney Foundation Program may have never come to be. Had that happened, the international student community at USyd, in 2023, would not be as strong as it is today.
EdTech giant Turnitin turns on artificial intelligence detection capabilities today for a trial release as USyd and major universities pour cold water on the new technology for the time being.
Other than being able to weather the test of time, the Yes case must be premised on a radically inclusive Voice that prioritises First Nations activists.
Student residences should be a space where, over time, autonomous student-led traditions can emerge and grow. University housing are not just empty rooms waiting to be occupied, they are homes where memories are made. Right now, USyd is not doing that.
Yesterday, in light of suspensions against USyd’s Deaglan Godwin, Maddie Clark and the arrest of UNSW SRC Education Officer Cherish Kuehlmann, a student forum spoke on free speech and agitating against NSW’s restrictive anti-protest laws.
“The choice shouldn’t be between education and not being able to come to a tutorial because you can’t enter the bloody building.”
Marked by a twin cost of living and student housing crisis with “mind blowing” rents and return to in-person learning, the USU cannot continue with business as usual.
Despite its promises to connect students, the USU V-Team program is borderline exploitative that ultimately delivers far less value to students than it does for the Union.
Fresh from being lauded by the Vice-Chancellor, the USU ponders over their treasure chest, discuss increased support for clubs and society execs and keeping an eye on University management at November’s USU Board Meeting.