The Save USyd Arts campaign has shown that if students dare to struggle, students can dare to win.
These are the moments, the places in which we not only exist, but truly live — in experience, art, poetry, community, connection, culture.
The departures of Ziggy Switkowski and Mark Vaile raise the question of whether a new ethical standard for university chancellors is developing.
Exploring the pa-rental discourse.
The university is moving away from traditional exams in 2022.
The University is failing to preserve its poetic history by way of education, and in doing so, it is failing to nourish the poets of tomorrow.
Ahead of the National Safety Survey, what has uni management done since the last report on campus sexual assault?
“Survival work, when done alongside social movement demands for transformative change, is called mutual aid.” - Dean Spade
How, and why, the Disability Justice Network envisions collective liberation.
The Liberal government denying funding to universities and student unions is the real threat to democratic speech.