The protest follows an investigation by Honi which revealed new instances of sexism, racism and hazing at the College.
The USyd Wom*n’s Collective wore graduation caps and gowns painted with sexual assault statistics in a Welcome Week protest.
Honi spoke to students and activists in the lead up to and on the day of the National Day of Action about universities' progress on the campus sexual assault crisis
The protest has become the most important of the year among national Wom*n’s Collectives since the AHRC report into campus sexual assault was released in 2017
Tensions were high on Tuesday morning as two opposing sides of the abortion debate clashed outside the New South Wales Parliament House on Macquarie Street, where they would stand their ground for hours to come
The Wom*n's Collective rallied around 50 people against the anti-choice group, whereas the elected Wom*n's Officers were notably absent from the action.
Wom*n's Officer nominees diverge from the collective on the direction of the autonomous publication
Observers and councillors will be segregated within a single room.
Collective autonomy must be respected to ensure activism against sexual assault on campus continues.
In an unprecedented move, observers will be made to view the meeting from a separate room