University Staff have penned an open letter to University Management about its new, pilot lecture recording program.
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…
Executive of the National Union of Students, Alisha Aitken-Radburn, offers her opinion on why you should march in tomorrow’s National Day of Action.
Like sands through the hourglass, so too are these the top five protests of the year, writes John Gooding.
Eden Caceda reports on the ongoing protest for affordable Aboriginal housing.
USyd’s Professor of Poetry and Poetics Barry Spurr has been suspended and banned from campus, Will Edwards and Justin Pen report.
This is not (not) a drill, reports Tim Asimakis.
University management doesn’t speak for the USyd community, argues Timothy Scriven.
Alexi Polden takes a look behind the scenes during Raue’s ban from campus.
Milly Ellen reports on Wednesday afternoon’s protest.