ICPUs dispense limited academic benefit or enjoyment to students, yet the University defends them while other units are cut.
We can’t afford to let staff-student solidarity die.
If we do not invest in our writers, only those with the time, resources, and security to invest in themselves will be able to write.
The University has indicated that there will be no departmental closures or staff redundancies, although it has not made any commitments to reducing its reliance on casual staff.
All other classes will return in-person next year. Meanwhile, the NTEU will vote to move towards industrial action.
A Swiftian approach to ending the suffering of staff and students amidst proposed education cuts.
Over 270 staff and students attended the second Student General Meeting of the year.
Students emphasised that the merger would threaten the independent and radical nature of GCS.