Chris Howell assesses cyber security and the ORSEE hack.
Alexi Polden investigates conflict of interest disclosures at University of Sydney Sport Foundation and SUSF.
Alexi Polden reports as the investigation into students is called into question.
Astha Rajavanshi visits the Nicholson Museum.
Our very own gronk William Edwards talked to every political club at O Week so that you don’t have to.
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.
Alexander Wright will remain a member of the University of Sydney Union for the time being following “inadvertent procedural inadequacies” in the USU correspondence with him, John Gooding reports.
The University has responded to complaints over an end-of-year staff party having a racist theme, Astha Rajvanshi reports.
USyd’s Professor of Poetry and Poetics Barry Spurr has been suspended and banned from campus, Will Edwards and Justin Pen report.
Lane Sainty wouldn’t mind going ‘undercover’ in the offices of The Australian.