Never heard of Raytheon before? They’d probably prefer it that way. They are the world’s largest producer of guided missiles and of the largest sponsors of the United States Studies Centre (USSC), by way of its US-Australian alliance research project, Alliance 21.
Eleanor Gordon-Smith pens at open letter to Sydney University’s colleges.
A breakthrough in the medical internship crisis could be imminent, reports Natasha Gillezeau.
A resignation letter seen by Honi Soit contains unsubstantiated accusations which have caused a stir on the postgraduate council, reports Michael Koziol.
Support staff will remain at the Centre for two days per week after students negotiate with Deputy Vice-Chancellor. Michael Koziol reports
Kira Spucys-Tahar gets her caffeine hit from ethical sources.
A deal is close to being struck, reports Michael Koziol.
Max Chalmers looks at the bigger picture behind the SUV rent increase.
A new project is tackling the stigma of STDs, writes Rafi Alam.
A combination of hard work and pure chance brought Annamarie Jagose to the University of Sydney, writes Lane Sainty.