“New York was the only city really worth talking about, it seemed, yet if you’d read her essays or seen any assortment of her video works, you’d find the same sentiments without the substantial Opera House surcharge.”
Author: Lauren Lancaster
Despite extreme fire seasons being heralded as Australia’s “new normal”, it does not seem that current governments have, at least in public fora, turned their minds to the mammoth task of planning for the future — in both an environmental and housing sense.
Ruby takes us all to the metaphysical dentist.
From a melting pot characterised by disdain for the parochial suburban ethos of the 50s was born the Push: an intellectual subculture (and set of avid-pub goers) comprising University of Sydney and UNSW students and staff, trade unionists and leftie personalities.
Reflecting on the Redfern Run.
Students are demanding increased COVID relief payments and other welfare support measures.
Examining the role of student unionism in political action.
The transphobic entry policy of the baths has been met with strong public backlash.
Mixing baking and psychology.
Two students debate whether we should move to pass/fail because of the coronavirus crisis.