Israel has made Gaza a living hell. Palestinians are enduring a non-stop bombardment — Israel is using white phosphorus on…
Being averse to first person writing is not just a silly thing that I have a personal gripe with; it informs how academics, students, and the public engage with academia.
The dramatic irony of it all: nobody asks Israel to condemn themselves, not even when they coerce Palestinian children into signing confessions in a language they do not speak nor understand, confessing to crimes they did not commit.
The argument that the Voice is “divisive” is a mashup of two separate, but equally incorrect, claims.
I couldn’t ruin his life, even though he ruined so many aspects of mine, for the fear that I’d be accused of giving a false accusation.
Our surnames give us recognition within a community, similarity with our siblings, and a connection to our sense of self.
Can we really claim the achievement of gender equality through the championing of women’s successes, if we selectively cherry-pick which ones are worthy enough to celebrate?
Students face the daunting reality of entering the workforce with historic, ever-increasing levels of personal debt amid stagnant wages.
USyd, like many universities across Australia, has an abysmal record of responding to the endemic of campus-based sexual assault and intimate partner abuse.
We have a duty to refuse the government the ability to sweep this new drive to war under the rug, and that must eventuate as a large-scale peoples’ power movement which puts power back into the majority’s hands. A long-haul effort some might say, but a worthy one nonetheless if students wish to have any say in the matter of militarism, welfare, health, and education.