Caitlin Still takes a look at the myth behind the competitive nature of sport. Does the emphasis on winning in our sporting culture force competitors to take drugs?
This campaign and protest is not just about Jamie Jackson or even the poor behaviour of the police force in the recent Mardi Gras period, these are merely the straws that broke the camel’s back.
We should all stand strong with the threatened staff of our university. Jobs, and the lives, of those that provide us with an education unfounded anywhere else are at risk. This is the primary issue at stake. But let’s support this cause maturely and sensibly.
Don’t be a hypocrite: support the strike.
My classes were cancelled today and apparently my education is the National Tertiary Education Union’s (NTEU’s) to sacrifice at their will. While I do not completely disagree with some of the NTEU’s grievances, we should, at the very least, question the ethics of a group of individuals who believe that the education we are paying for belongs to them.
Adam Chalmers’ article about UQ is QI
Bro Reveleigh wrote this on opium
Ezreena Yahya reports on the latest in international students’ rights
Georgia Behrens reports on dissonant reforms at the ANU School of Music
The ratings are in, and they’re not looking good, writes Neha Kasbekar