Australia's democracy fails to engage its most vulnerable communities
SUSF will allow greater university influence on its direction and student programs
Jack O’Brien reelected SULC President despite flaring tensions at AGM
Students used to have a 3 day period following assessments in which they could apply for special consideration
The vigil was meant to last for a week and was removed by officers who did not escalate the matter to their supervisor for permission
Political change first requires an acknowledgement of the politicisation of Australia’s curriculums
The aftermath of an administrative error has left 31 international students forced to pay $15 000 more in 2019 tuition fees
Is O-Week, by any other name, equally sour?
Chants of “always was, always will be, Aboriginal land” resounded through Gadigal land as tens of thousands attended 2019’s Invasion Day rally in Sydney.
The eviction has been planned behind closed doors on the basis of contentious work, health and safety advice