Staff and students appeared at several USyd Open Day lectures to protest and discuss the importance of improving staff working conditions.
The speak-out comes in response to the soaring profits by gas and electricity companies in the context of significant increases in inflation.
The NTEU’s third strike this month comes just after the University revealed its $1.04 billion surplus yesterday.
USyd staff are fighting the corporate university — students must support them and attend the strikes in week 11 and 13.
Protesters rallied to challenge the rhetoric of neoliberal education and assert the importance of student solidarity in mobilising staff strikes today.
Following an address by Federal Defence Minister Peter Dutton at a United States Studies Centre event in Canberra, students gathered at the University of Sydney to rally against the Minister’s rhetoric and advocate for free higher education.
In a year that will likely see strike action on campus, 50 students gathered last Thursday outside Fisher Library for the Education Action Group’s (EAG) first protest of 2022.
The EAG presented a gift to Jagose: an oversized cardboard replica of a pair of scissors.
On a hermeneutically pernicious encounter in the Quad.
Undergraduate students will vote on a motion to oppose the continuing cuts and school restructures in FASS.