Belinda Hutchinson spent $7042 of USyd money on taxis in just three years, while Michael Spence travelled by personal University car. Strangely, Hutchinson went to the effort of claiming $3.90 from USyd for refreshments – despite owning a $20 million apartment in Point Piper.
A saleable image of friendship has been cultivated and curated by profit-seeking education institutions, to our detriment.
Functionally and compositionally, the Senate appears to be more akin to a board of directors at an increasingly corporatised institution.
The proliferation of private student accommodation in recent years requires a probe into the key players involved in this lucrative endeavour.
In an administrative oversight, at least one staff member was sent the email despite having already been offered a conversion.
University Vice-Chancellors are known for having lavish pay packages, often exceeding a million dollars.
Liam Carrigan on the political implications of the Student Services and Amenities Fee
University management doesn’t speak for the USyd community, argues Timothy Scriven.
Xiaoran Shi investigates the continued controversy over police on campus