All bike racks are equal, but some are more equal than others, finds Mariana Podesta-Diverio
Lucrative international students are a cash cow for universities, but our budget for reaching them has been shrunk. Michael Koziol reports.
Max Chalmers discovered that LEGO Rome wasn’t built in a day either.
Some of the world’s biggest brains in urban planning had a strong message for our local and state authorities, reports Michael Koziol.
All bike racks are equal, but some are more equal than others, finds Mariana Podesta-Diverio.
Six students await news of their fate, reports Jack Nairn.
Vale Anne Dunn Anne Dunn, former Chair of the Department of Media and Communications, Pro-Dean and Acting Dean of the Arts Faculty passed away at the beginning of July, surrounded by her family and friends. Energetic, witty, dignified and caring, Anne was highly respected for her work in journalism and public broadcasting, and widely loved…
The Vice-Chancellor took shadow education minister Christopher Pyne to task over historically low tertiary education spending, reports James O’Doherty.
“While learning what to do in the classroom, we were being shown what not to do from the university”. Last night’s episode of Q&A was only the beginning of the discussion we have to have, writes education student Cameron Caccamo.
This week marks the end of a month-long campaign by the group Lift Redfern to present a signed petition to the State government to make equitable access to Redfern railway station a priority. The petition needs 10,000 or more signatures in order to be tabled to force debate in New South Wales state parliament. Last…