UNSW’s Professor Marcel Dinger is slated to take on the post in January next year.
The University of Sydney’s Academic Board has moved to amend the Coursework Policy 2021 to introduce a standardised five day simple extension system, increasing from the two days previously allowed.
USYD Rocketry Team took home three prizes at the 2022 Spaceport America Cup, including the cup itself.
Situated next to St Paul's College, devoting chief service to the conservative Sydney Diocese and banning the mingling of opposite sex residents after 10pm, Moore College has a long history with USyd's evangelical circles.
USyd’s enormous wealth consolidates a crisis in tertiary education and indicates a university executive crying wolf over the grinding austerity measures of the past years.
The rooftop courtyard of Fisher Library has been locked for 30 years. Following an Honi Soit campaign, it will reopen as early as 2023.
The poster contained explicitly racist speech and far-right symbolism.
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.