The poster contained explicitly racist speech and far-right symbolism.
The University’s sizeable surplus contrasts starkly with their treatment of staff.
This protest follows the Government's plans to evict more than 100 people from the Franklyn/Bay streets complex, demolish buildings and sell the land to private developers to build 14-storey high complexes in Glebe.
The bill passed the upper house yesterday after amendments from the upper house late Wednesday night.
The UCU claimed that the move could risk undermining academic standards.
The vote follows months of industrial action from public school teachers.
Many law students across its 11-year history credit the program for greatly improving their marks and helping with their transition into university study.
This week, hundreds of staff and students joined picket lines at the University as part of an industrial action by the NTEU.
The Oxford Art Factory team is set to take over operations for the venue while maintaining its iconic gig room.
Staff at the two universities have voted in favour of strike action or a protected action ballot to demand better working conditions.