Staff and students appeared at several USyd Open Day lectures to protest and discuss the importance of improving staff working conditions.
USyd's alumni politicians have a shady past and someone is trying to cover it up
The controversial ‘tampon tax’ will be abolished at the start of next year
Chancellor Belinda Hutchinson may not have been allowed into the meeting because her name is not a derivative of ‘Michael Ence’.
Due to a very specific curse, Oliver Moore is unable to leave campus, thus making them the perfect reporter for things the Uni wants to hush up by holding them outside semester
I’m happy to acknowledge that the chances of the 2012 Labor leadership spill being made into a feature film are about the same as anyone actually wanting to see that same movie; which is to say very poor. I mean, it has enough white people for a studio to greenlight it, but recounting the debacle…
A few flaws don’t overrule this plucky and talented show, writes Max Baume
Alex Downie went to Canberra to find out what the budget will mean for you.
Patrick Morrow is a day of the week.
Raft of recommendations indicate students will be in the firing line, reports Justin Pen.