Stucco, USyd’s student housing cooperative, is defined by its ongoing history.
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?
ICPUs dispense limited academic benefit or enjoyment to students, yet the University defends them while other units are cut.
Contrary to popular imagination, Professors Anderson Stuart and Harvey Sutton were avid contributors to Australia’s dark history of white supremacy and Medicine’s sordid eugenicist past.
The meeting was almost shut down due WHS-violating noise levels and the risk of a physical fight, after the Left lost an Enviro Convenor position to the Liberals.
One need not look further than USyd’s history of ‘Oriental Studies’ to understand how the University has supported the military industrial complex and reinforced structural racism towards Asian cultures.
Honi goes to RepsElect 2022.
Impersonation and scam calls are among some of the issues facing students in the city, with ever more complex tactics deployed to bypass suspicions.
Bring back the official Great Quad Race for Welcome Week 2023.
Despite USyd championing “leadership for good”, the increasingly “skills-based” training that it touts are selling us out for a soulless corporatised workforce.