Michaela Vaughan examines how Baird’s bill will hurt activism
If the University of Sydney really intends to be run like a corporation, it should start behaving like one, writes Alexi Polden.
Nick Bonyhady wants to know why the cost of summer school is so damn high.
Eden Faithfull sheds light on growing dissatisfactions around the National Union of Students.
Liam Donohoe looks into the funding of SUSF’s latest ivory tower
I exit onto the inevitably crowded platform, like a horse jolting from its holding pen. I walk with purpose up the stairs, playing dodgem cars with every other dreary-eyed student. My sight is blinkered, my hearing thoroughly censored by the angsty, MySpace-circa-2004 tune playing through my earphones. Today is a smooth run. My Opal card…
ECOP is no stranger to struggle, Edward Furst reports
Liam Carrigan examines the big change to university timetables across the sector
Some religions on campus are more equal than others, writes Michael Sun. Art by Amandine Le Bellec.
Elijah Wilcox-Armitage wants his money back