Christina White reports on a second push to hold a meeting of Convocation at the University of Sydney.
We were all speakers at the University of Sydney Town Hall meeting; we are undergraduates, postgraduates, general staff, academic staff and alumni. Together we form a diverse cross-section of the university. We note that speakers were selected by a chair appointed by university management itself for the stated purpose of representing a full range of backgrounds…
University management doesn’t speak for the USyd community, argues Timothy Scriven.
Georgia Behrens reports on the University of Sydney’s historic Town Hall meeting.
The University of Sydney Senate has nixed calls for Convocation as The University’s highest governing body will instead hold a “town hall style gathering”, reports Christina White.
Sydney University’s Alumni Council has voted down a proposal to hold a meeting of Convocation, reports Mary Ward.
A convocation will ensure all voices are heard in the conversation around University cuts, writes Timothy Scriven.
Georgia Kriz investigates the government’s cuts to Aboriginal legal services.
Christina White gives an update on the budget.
Georgia Kriz gives a blow-by-blow account of Honi Soit’s road trip to the Budget lock-up in Canberra.