The war in Syria encompasses two different conflicts: one on the ground, and one for control of the narrative
A focus on social connection could either launch a new style of news company, or discredit the profession of serious journalism.
SRC Wom*n’s Officer, Anna Hush, reflects on a year of wins, and the activist tactics that enabled them
It’s unsurprising that, among the ranks of USyd’s many student journalists, the modern media is an enduring source of fascination and intrigue. In today’s reading list, we bring you a series of articles that look at the best (and worst) of contemporary media and its practitioners. The Peril of the Pen Over the last few…
The Australian media’s priorities are yet to catch up with students concerns, writes Milly Ellen.
Don’t be too quick to trust police media sources, writes Subeta Vimalarajah.
Can Kevin Rudd win the election on September 7? Who knows, and in some ways, who cares. There are more important questions, like: why is ecstasy so expensive in Australia? And why would you risk attempting to smuggle drugs into a festival when no less than 282 people were caught in possession of them at…