Five-day extensions are undoubtedly a massive win for struggling students, but greater reform is needed to truly fix what is a broken and overly bureaucratic system.
Author: Fabian Robertson
Studying at Fisher necessitates agony-inducing stooping to the subterranean level of your laptop screen.
USyd’s $3.41 billion investment portfolio is linked to F-35 fighter planes, Patriot missile systems, Apache helicopters, Predator UAVs, and heat-seeking Javelin missile systems.
Hundreds of staff and students mobilised to fight for better working conditions in a strike organised by the NTEU.
EnviroWeek included sustainability lectures, bake sales and floral treasure hunts – all while $338,130 of the USU’s funds was effectively financing BHP, Rio Tinto, and Woodside Petroleum.
Confronting the reality of mass drug seizures.
Fisher’s reduced hours are a symptom of corporatisation in a competitive higher education sector, with COVID-19 wielded as justification for unprecedented cutbacks at the cost of the student experience.
On the decline of zany schemes, high-octane heists and campus stunts.
On Sydney’s most racist speakeasy.
A critical look at the corporations involved in Welcome Week 2022