The book is a clear example of religion operating to the detriment of queer and young people, emblematic of a rotten religious education system. Amazingly, it has remained in use despite a 2015 ban by the NSW Department of Education.
The 2023 cohort of Art History Honours students condemn proposed changes to Honours degrees under Future FASS.
That they themselves believe that endemic sexual violence is a PR problem to be managed, rather than an abomination to be eliminated in its entirety, shows that these issues are institutionalised and deeply embedded in the Colleges.
Despite a rhetorical openness to debate and to having their ideas challenged, the Conservative Club demonstrates a consistent refusal to engage in open discussion.
As Palestinians commemorate the 75th year since al Nakba, it is wounding to see the University align themselves with our oppressor.
As a result of its continued accommodation for carbon offsetting, the Safeguard Mechanism incentivises investment in offset and abatement programs, drawing investment away from the critically important expansion of renewable energy infrastructure.
It’s time we move beyond popular narratives of oppression and triumph over adversity when examining our relationship to the Western colonial state.
Is this Voice to Parliament just a Sisphyean, useless gesture meant to appease our community for the next couple of decades? We are not little black puppets for Albanese to control.
Other than being able to weather the test of time, the Yes case must be premised on a radically inclusive Voice that prioritises First Nations activists.
It is important to note that individuals in this part of the world do not consider themselves ‘Middle Eastern’. It is through the eyes of the West, its operations and its framing of ‘the Other’ that the world has come to see the region in such an essentialised way.