Michael Koziol and Bob Ellis talk the power of the printed word, the pitfalls of feminism, and the state of modern politics.
Kira Spucys-Tahar meets the new undergraduate Fellow of Senate, Patrick Massarani, and charts his Reagan-like trajectory
A combination of hard work and pure chance brought Annamarie Jagose to the University of Sydney, writes Lane Sainty.
On the eve of her retirement as Chancellor of the University of Sydney, Kira Spucys-Tahar sat down with the Governor of New South Wales Marie Bashir.
Connie Ye sat down with veteran SRC Electorial Officer Paulene Graham.
Connie Ye speaks to the young shark conservationist and filmmaker on why these fish are friends, not food.
Nicholas Cowdery is a distinguished legal mind. The Director of Public Prosecutions in New South Wales for a record sixteen-and-a-half years, Cowdery was considered a public crusader by some, public nuisance to others. In person, he is genuine, funny and passionate about the law, writes Kira Spucys-Tahar
How does a staunch conservative marry his twin lives as an irreverent journalist and dispassionate academic? Michael Koziol talks to Tom Switzer, research associate at the United States Studies Centre and editor of the Spectator Australia.
In between rehearsals for the Australian Ballet Company’s upcoming production, Onegin, senior artist Reiko Hombo spoke with Kira Spucys-Tahar.
Dan Zwi delves into the music and depression of Sydney producer Dro Carey.