Subjects that are at risk of being cut include many from Hebrew, Biblical & Jewish Studies, Visual Arts, Philosophy and more.
Faced with a culture of racism and toxicity, the Presidents of USyd's postgrad student union are calling on the University Senate to intervene.
Polling used to decide the new structure failed to test the impact of impending changes on Indigenous, low SES and first in family students
Colin Rhodes ends his ten year tenure amid the ongoing occupation of his office and mounting pressure against SCA’s move from Callan Park
Naaman Zhou reports
Over one hundred people gathered outside the Carslaw building on March 16 to protest the planned restructure of the University of Sydney. Michael Thomson, President of the USyd National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) branch, delivered the first speech. “Sydney Uni leads the sector in one way, the Vice Chancellor’s pay [$1.3M],” he proclaimed. One of…
ECOP is no stranger to struggle, Edward Furst reports
Anna Hush and Subeta Vimalarajah don’t think Michael Spence is a champion of anything
Nick Rowbotham and Subeta Vimalarajah report.