Max Chalmers reports on the latest developments in tertiary education policy
But the University is sure there ain’t nothing to see here, reports Max Chalmers.
Forced to constantly sell itself to the world, the University of Sydney has become closed off, for fear that something might offend the customers it so badly needs.
On a cold June morning the residents of UniLodge were woken by a fire alarm.
The University is bulking up on beds, but not everyone will be able to afford one, reports Max Chalmers
A picture is worth a thousand words, and the threat of expulsion, discovered Max Chalmers
The attack on our generation’s apathy is not entirely unfounded, writes Max Chalmers.
Max Chalmers looks into why the University will be hitting you up for cash when you get a real job
Stephen Garton spoke to Max Chalmers about what the Gonski reforms mean for the University of Sydney.
An SRC meeting failed to bring about world peace but succeeded in upsetting everybody in the room, writes Max Chalmers.