The suit follows allegations of racial discrimination when former USyd staff Omid Tofighian applied for USyd's National Centre of Cultural Competence.
The additional places will be reserved to improve enrolment rates of First Nations, low SES, disabled, regional and other disadvantaged students.
Fourteen Vice-Chancellors received more than one million dollars in pay amid a crisis in university governance structure, allowing for conflict of interest to thrive.
The session reflected on the existential tension between the politics of love and struggle in student activism.
UNSW’s Professor Marcel Dinger is slated to take on the post in January next year.
Visual art is a powerful medium for the faithful to express their devotion. It offers an avenue for individual expression and connection to culture.
Faith and discernment are an indispensable part, regardless of our beliefs, of the exciting tides of turbulence that life brings.
Brigid Heywood has stepped down following pressures from the NTEU, she is due to face court in Armidale on 26 September.
Yesterday's SRC Council Meeting was a fast-paced night with hacks shouting and debating as September's Elections preparations looms in the distance.
Situated next to St Paul's College, devoting chief service to the conservative Sydney Diocese and banning the mingling of opposite sex residents after 10pm, Moore College has a long history with USyd's evangelical circles.