Speakers argued that justice would be won by the people and not the state.
The ‘uberisation’ of universities was criticised for degrading education and the lives of staff.
Few of the recommendations from the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody have been implemented.
The UTSSA President and Executive have been criticised for imposing sanctions on the Education Action Group, their lack of transparency, and cuts to Vertigo’s budget.
How history remembers those buried beneath us.
Spence asserted that the UCL’s commitment to free speech was “deep."
Tenant advocates are concerned that low-income renters impacted by COVID-19 may face homelessness after the moratorium ends.
Vice-Chancellor Stephen Garton has unveiled the "exciting collaboration" and other new initiatives to support USyd's diverse community.
In the same week that mass underpayment of library staff was exposed, 22 librarians have accepted redundancies.
It marks 83 years since the first Day of Mourning protest.