Pranks gone wrong, electoral fraud, and drunken misadventure. 20th century USyd at its finest.
Courtyard's music doesn't hit the right note.
Growing your own forest isn’t hard when you know where to start
Delving into the activist history of the Tin Sheds Gallery and the 1970s-80s art collectives of USyd.
Investigating the mysterious myriad of artworks at the University of Sydney and questioning who put them there.
Clothing on campus is a declaration of what we are – or more importantly, what we wish to be.
To meet the challenges of an increasingly disconnected campus, compulsory voting could increase student engagement and participation in campus life.
Fisher’s reduced hours are a symptom of corporatisation in a competitive higher education sector, with COVID-19 wielded as justification for unprecedented cutbacks at the cost of the student experience.
Unravelling the mystery of Old Teachers’ College’s transportational tempo.
Maybe it’s more fitting than we realise that the return to campus is clouded by darkness.