At two years old, I was taken to a paediatrician by my mother and pronounced mentally retarded and autistic.
The University doesn’t just have inadequate support for young carers — it’s not supporting them at all.
Yasmine’s journey took her full circle from university, TAFE, back to higher education and doing what she loves the most — the art of arranging flowers.
There are some homes we choose, through mountains of paperwork and hyper-competitive rental viewings, and there are some we simply find ourselves in.
So, are you a lesbian?
The psychology of streaks as a tool for learning, a student perspective.
From the high points and flaws of virtue ethics to utilitarianism, disability ethics is not a one-size-fits-all.
Learning how to change your disabled self into your acceptable self.
USyd students from around the world recount their experiences of national service.
The words ‘zan, zendegi, azadi’, when chanted after one another, reverberate through Iran and land like daggers at the feet of those who restrict our freedoms. But if Mahsa Amini gave her life for this fight, what have we done to leave our mark?