The Carillon is a suitable metaphor for our complex society. When it plays, dozens of bells of diverse weights interact, and their many partial notes and eternal decay causes them to collide.
For five years, the disabled student community has faced an uphill battle to implement a Disability Room, USyd’s stubborn failure to deliver leaves its glowing rhetoric on disability inclusion as little more than tokenistic platitudes.
The reform means that anyone who applies to discontinue not to count as fail after census date must provide proof of extenuating circumstances following the Government’s controversial Job-ready Graduates Package passed two years ago.
The breach related to improper disposal of a PET scanner in 2019.
The photographs that captured the University.
The University has announced that no student will be penalised for attendance during tomorrow's severe weather warning. Some classes will be moved online.
A University of Sydney student sustained injuries yesterday when scaffolding fell down from a stall.
A forgotten 999-year lease entitles the University to $1.77 worth of peppercorns by 2877.
Sustained political organising and community-building is needed more than ever two decades on from the introduction of voluntary student unionism (VSU).
There is a rooftop courtyard above Fisher Library, and the University won’t let you hang out there.