Following the revelation ARNA was likely a name stolen from the Barngarla people, SASS has renamed their annual student literary journal AVENUE.
The Australian Education Union (AEU) has threatened legal action if the move is not reversed.
The National Centre for Indigenous Excellence in Redfern, a cornerstone of the local Aboriginal community, has been left in limbo after tumultuous negotiations between the Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation and NSW Aboriginal Land Council.
The University has reversed its decision to cut its Bachelor of Arts program in a “major victory” for staff and students.
UNSW’s Professor Marcel Dinger is slated to take on the post in January next year.
Key demands include an end to casualisation and pay increases above inflation.
The University of Melbourne allegedly attempted to coerce two casual academics to prevent them from being paid in full.
More than 50 students were unenrolled from their courses merely two business days after failing to pay their tuition fees by the census deadline.
Most famous for the mould-covered breakfast cereal that filled its sign, Cereal Lab was a humble idea with unfortunate brand management.
The University of Sydney’s Academic Board has moved to amend the Coursework Policy 2021 to introduce a standardised five day simple extension system, increasing from the two days previously allowed.