The decision follows allegations that Charles Waterstreet sexually harrased a USyd student while she was working for him.
Student representatives have hit back following the AHRC's press conference praising the work of universities against sexual violence.
"We, as student representatives, have been listening to students’ experiences of sexual violence, of institutional cover-ups, of inadequate prevention and support, for many years."
We joined the crowds at a pro-choice protest and pro-life march on The Day of the Unborn Child at St Mary’s Cathedral.
In the past, complaints have been made regarding Alisha Aitken-Radburn’s misappropriation of African-American culture by using “Lasqueesha” as a nickname on her ACCESS Card for the University of Sydney Union (USU), and subsequently for using “SWAG” as the name for an Honi Soit ticket she was involved in orchestrating. Historically, Black Vernacular (AAVE or Ebonics)…