A memorandum of understanding has been signed today to introduce a major in Western Civilisation in 2020, despite months of staff and student condemnation
The proposed course will not be evaluative or comparative.
In an Academic Board meeting held on campus on Tuesday, Spence revealed that a third report containing first-person experiences was withheld from the public.
Given some faculties will be allowed to opt-out of the system, it is unclear how 'University-wide' the policy will be.
Previously, FASS students lost only two per cent per business day.
Students have few other opportunities to take the Vice-Chancellor to task in person.
BREAKING: A proposal that would see semesters shortened from 13 weeks to 12 has been shut down.
The presidents of the SRC and SUPRA have lost their positions on the education committee of the University’s powerful Senior Executive Group following a restructure of USyd’s executive.
Disqualified! A campaigner for SPARK for SULS, Jacob Masina, has been banned from campaigning for the rest of the election, which ended on Tuesday, after allegations were made that he promised appointment to SULS sub-committee positions to a student in exchange for their support in the election. Masina told Honi, “I did not offer anybody…
Chloe Smith is required to attend all meetings of the Academic Board and three of its committees, but has only attended 37 per cent, as Max Hall reports.