The University of Sydney Student Representative Council and Postgraduate Representative Association have launched a petition with the New South Wales Legislative Assembly seeking transport concessions to be made available to all students in NSW, including part-time and international students.
I personally have various ghost stories myself, but the question is up to you to answer.
Once you are involved in the deep rabbit hole of Freemasonry, you’ll spot more symbols around campus from miles away, and your university experience will change drastically.
As much as people might write off “joke” candidates as immature children emerging from a proverbial clown car, I think they can actually do a lot of good.
This issue is so rarely talked about that I wonder if USyd has distributed non disclosure agreements university-wide. Nonetheless, mostly as a measure to avoid my insurmountable readings, but also in the name of serious investigative journalism: I will no longer be silenced.
At the very least, USyd should get a stop along the City of Sydney’s proposal to transform Broadway with a light rail from Central. Alongside the upcoming Westconnex, it will hopefully divert traffic from the city, and make Broadway safer, greener and more pleasant.
Originally projected to be completed in August, there have been delays in the refurbishment process.
Even though the University “plans” to demolish the Wentworth Building in late 2025, Honi questions why the Students’ Representative Council has not yet been moved.
Manning Bar has recommenced daytime trading for the first time since 2018, offering expanded social events and free student meals every Thursday.
Leaving the campus borders is reminiscent of the intricate architecture of a beehive; a labyrinth of personal pathways, carefully curated by you.