Organised by the USyd Women’s collective, the protest took aim at ongoing sexual violence on campus and at colleges.
The college said that “St Paul’s suffers from a perception of being anachronistic and chauvinistic.”
The allegations follow a pattern of private schools and colleges being afforded greater freedoms under lockdown restrictions.
It is unclear why college students have been given priority access to the vaccine.
The Women’s Collective said “the deep culture of disdain for women will not change.”
This likely comes in response to new allegations of racism and sexism.
Not without its positive elements, the draft alcohol policy takes an inappropriate approach towards alcohol regulation
Students resist adult management at St Paul's College in spite of cultural reform
The heresy trial of Dr Peter Cameron proves the need for critical faith
The flyers appear to have been distributed by individuals who do not attend the College or University