There were almost 2,000 COVID-19 alerts on campus this semester.
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Studying at Fisher necessitates agony-inducing stooping to the subterranean level of your laptop screen.
The Carillon is a suitable metaphor for our complex society. When it plays, dozens of bells of diverse weights interact, and their many partial notes and eternal decay causes them to collide.
Hundreds of staff and students mobilised to fight for better working conditions in a strike organised by the NTEU.
NTEU servers were subject to a ransomware attack, a week out from University wide-strikes.
Chaining themselves to doors, blocked bridges and occupied government spaces — analysing how academics are standing up to the climate crisis.
The on-campus exhibition brings together a series of unassailable artworks from, or in response to, nuclear disasters such as Nagasaki, Maralinga and Chernobyl.
Nobody wants a cold cup of tea.
USyd staff are fighting the corporate university — students must support them and attend the strikes in week 11 and 13.