We can’t take the politics out of sport, and nor should we want to, writes Rafi Alam.
Financial mismanagement, shady contracts, and executive salaries led to the purging of academic staff, reports Madeleine King.
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.
Wayne Swan’s emphasis on employment as a core value sells Springsteen short, writes Shaun Crowe in Canberra.
Adam Chalmers talks to USU President Astha Rajvanshi about repairing the relationship with Spence
In the spiritual laboratory that is modern China, secular pluralism should win out against new Confucianism, writes Professor John Keane.
Sydney’s nightlife is experiencing a renaissance of activity fuelled by a surge of local artists, music lovers and eccentric party organisers; where the DJs play all night long. Angus Farrell takes us on a tour of just a few of the people behind the good music and great times in Sydney.
America’s gun problem isn’t just domestic, writes Felix Donovan.
Lucrative international students are a cash cow for universities, but our budget for reaching them has been shrunk. Michael Koziol reports.
A thought-provoking but implausible tale, writes Jack D’Arcy.