Shurat up a ya face The Australian Human Rights Commission has terminated a class action filed against Sydney University academic, Professor Jake Lynch, for his involvement in the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement on campus. The action was filed by Israeli based civil rights group, Shurat HaDin, who stated that Lynch’s involvement in the BDS…
The rise of the minor party is one of the media’s pet narratives of the 2013 federal election. WikiLeaks, Palmer United, the Pirate Party: all claim to be dissatisfied with the old ALP-LNP duopoly and promote themselves as a new voice that you should install in the Senate. There’s another name on the list of…
Don’t blame Harry Stratton, he voted for Kodos
When the Coalition waxes lyrical about higher education, they place a particular emphasis on tertiary education’s important role in a strong economy and its importance as Australia’s largest service export industry.
Should deals come before values? Stella Ktenas on animal rights, fossil fuels, and Andrew Wilkie
Engineering and IT faculty still has the lowest percentage of women students
The Colour Purple Following the grand bargains and betrayals of the last few weeks, negotiations between factions leading up to the SRC election have taken a turn for the petty. With Sydney Labor Students’ (SLS) split from the national Labor Left faction, there has been a significant amount of squabbling over branding and colours during…
SUV has again opted to increase its rental prices sparking accusations it is taking advantage of students’ desperation for housing, reports Ada Lee
Radical communities are in a unique position when it comes to governing personal conduct, writes Rafi Alam.
Lucy Hughes Jones marvels at the world’s largest sustainable building.