Sydney Uni Radio Group is one of the University’s oldest societies and its history certainly is aux-hillerating! Let’s rewind.
“The people's voice, once angered, can create dissent, ratifying a curse which now must have its way” - Chorus, 'Agamemnon' by Aeschylus
With 14 entrances and a standing army of 100,000 students, it’s going to be one hell of a fight.
If one believes university is a public and secular affair, they might occasionally observe a few anomalies on campus
Many USyd students from both past and present have faced compulsory military service
The Vice Chancellor’s Garden’s ugly step-sister has more of a history than you might expect.
If you have a spare few hours in these early weeks of semester, head down to the rare books section of Fisher Level 1, and ask to see the old copies of Honi Soit. Their yellowed pages are filled with names, many of which you might just recognise: Kirbys, and Abbotts, and Greers. (Oh my!)…