Riki Scanlan on the University’s constructed community.
UPDATE: The board has voted to pursue costs against Tom Raue. More information here. The following letters were received in response to two motions proposed for Friday’s Union Board meeting. One motion proposes to censure Vice President Bebe D’Souza, the other, to pursue former Vice President Tom Raue for $50,000 of legal fees. These letters have been included…
Justin Pen on letting International students stay in Australia after they graduate.
Anonymous on the trials and tribulations of being an International Student.
Alexi Polden reports as the investigation into students is called into question.
Samantha Jonscher watched Sydney Introduce itself.
A fortnight ago controversial former British army Colonel Richard Kemp, a vocal supporter of Israel, was set to present a lecture on military tactics. Several students organised a protest of the event because of Kemp’s particularly strident views. Since then, claims and counter-claims of anti-Semitism and violence have dogged both protestors and lecture attendees. We…
Lyra Talise is a sex worker and a student
Astha Rajvanshi thinks that there was a giant, marginalized elephant in the room at last week’s National Union of Students Presidents’ Summit
Last week the Sydney Morning Herald uncovered academic misconduct at an an “industrial” level at prominent Australian universities. International students make for an easy scapegoat, but they’re not the ones to blame, writes Bibek Gurung.