Georgia Behrens dug into that sensationalist SMH headline.
Georgia Behrens reports on growing tensions between unions and the university.
University library reforms will re-distribute staff in response to slipping performance standards, reports Georgia Behrens.
Georgia Behrens reports on the University library that’s open when Kings Cross closes.
Domestic violence in LGBTIQ relationships is more pervasive than it’s made out to be, writes Georgia Behrens.
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Georgia Behrens explores the culture of sexism in the Australian Defence Force Academy
There were a number of genuinely funny moments in this year’s Education Revue, Waiting for Gonski: Lachlan Burn’s pseudo-Marxist-feminist-anarchist reading of The Very Hungry Caterpillar; Zara Stanton’s ukulele rendition of ‘The Bare Necessities’; and a chorus of plastic-aproned tuckshop ladies breaking down to Ke$ha’s noughties nightclub classic, ‘TiK ToK’. But, unfortunately, it seems that this…
Georgia Behrens thinks you should be skeptical when looking at a candidate’s policy.
Cash-strapped Australian universities have begun turning to mining companies for financial support, with shrinking government funding inadequate in covering their operating costs.
An animal welfare group’s use of surveillance drones is set to pose an unprecedented challenge to Australian trespass and privacy laws. Rights group Animal Liberation has recently announced that it will use an airborne surveillance drone to monitor farmers’ treatment of their livestock. Executive director Mark Pearson told the ABC that drones will facilitate the…