When Freya Leach approached the Sydney Morning Herald complaining about her perceived targeting in a criminal law exam, the publication editors and eventual author, Anna Patty, would have licked their lips in delight.
Jonty Katz wanted to find out.
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.
Earlier today, we published an article titled “Uni fails sexual harassment victim”. We posted a link to the piece on Facebook at 1 pm. Within 5 hours, the article had been viewed over 4,000 times. Within those same 5 hours, the University and other parties contacted the Students’ Representative Council (SRC) – the organisation that…
The University has failed to protect a student who had their naked photo shared without their consent, reports Christina White.
It’s a tough time for print media. With the rivers of gold long dried up, digital in a state of flux, and the news cycle more complex than ever, now out newspapers face the threat of further regulation. Nick Rowbotham looks to the future after Finkelstein.