Board candidates announced and racism in WA student paper
Efforts are being made to ensure the bumper crop of USU candidates do not break spending regulations
Stephen Garton spoke to Max Chalmers about what the Gonski reforms mean for the University of Sydney.
It’s customary, when writing an article about mental health, to start by bombarding the reader with stats like 45% of Australians will suffer some sort of mental health difficulty within their lifetime or that only one third of these people choose to seek professional help. But that’s a bit dull. Everyone knows what a big…
An SRC meeting failed to bring about world peace but succeeded in upsetting everybody in the room, writes Max Chalmers.
This year’s Indigenous festival has been undermined by a lack of consultation with Indigenous students, reports Madeleine King
Mariana Podesta-Diverio investigates SUSF’s questionable use of student money.
Max Chalmers reports on developments in the negotiations between USYD management and staff
Georgia Behrens reports on a controversial speech by Bob Katter
SUPRA President resigns The Sydney University Postgraduate Representative Association (SUPRA) has announced that its President, Angelus Morningstar, resigned on Thursday March 28 after a “long and sustained” discussion at the Council meeting. When pressed on the matter, Morningstar explained that he had breached financial regulations. However, as the discussion was ‘in camera’, that is, closed…