It is difficult to understand oneself without there being an environment to contextualise that life, and it is more difficult to understand environmental decay in a world that lacks artistic continuity.
I encourage you to dig deep within yourself and ask why you seem so uncomfortable with Palestinian right to armed resistance. Is it because we’re Arab? In a post-9/11 world, you should critically examine and dismantle some of the biases and phobias that the media has fed you.
Only sustained, widespread anger is enough to break the complacency that holds Australian housing policy in a perpetual state of inertia.
The room is still. I want him to make a quip: to break the silence that began in peace and now festers between us. He begins to play a study that I do not know.
Chinatown is not a timeless exotic town square separated from the rest of Sydney. Rather, it is an institution shaped by people with diverse identities interacting with one another in Australia’s unique cultural landscape.
From menstrual products to leave, USyd’s menstrual support system is weak and barely visible. This is not just an issue for those who menstruate.
Mardi Gras has evolved since 1978 — gone are the days when the community was close enough to simply take over Oxford Street with little oversight.
Consent Matters does very little to address attitudes stemming from rape culture.
International House has been home to over 6,000 students since it opened in the 1960s, and is a hallmark of modernist architecture at USyd. So why is it closing?
“It’s worse than prison – this place is designed to break you.”