The world is in a climate crisis, and our University is a big part of the problem
Australian universities are vying to attract students from India as experts warn of a decline in the enrolment of Chinese international students
We compared the assessment practices of different law schools around Sydney
Why do so many students go it on their own through uni?
We went through 74,000 words of staff survey responses so you don’t have to.
It might not be in the exam, but learning how to 'speak USyd' is a core part of the social life curriculum
The University has been embroiled in a trial that has lasted over three years.
One last goodbye to the home of economics
An incomplete guide to this generation of student politics
The controversial programme is championed by former prime ministers Tony Abbott and John Howard and was rejected by the ANU earlier this year