An increased number of students reading Latin texts can only be a good thing, writes Tom Gardner.
In light of current practices, it is possible that the Stolen Generation may span across multiple generations, affecting the children of today. Tiarne Shutt writes about the lack of knowledge surrounding incidences of the removal of Indigenous children from their families.
Laura Webster is calling the Northern Territory Intervention what it is: the Ongoing Invasion.
Jayce Carrano reports.
Felix Donovan speaks to two Sydney graduates about the AusAID dream they lost.
Tensions have risen dramatically after the recent U.S. Federal Government shutdown that has left thousands of government workers furloughed and many public services unfunded.
Alisha Aitken-Radburn and Natalie Sareff, two students in Peter Chen’s GOVT2603 class, pranked 2UE.
Max Chalmers investigates why rental affordability will not be an issue at next year’s election
Some of the world’s biggest brains in urban planning had a strong message for our local and state authorities, reports Michael Koziol.
On April 2nd, the government finally released MyUniversity – a website where visitors can compare different universities and university courses and find important information about tertiary education in Australia. According to The Age, Chris Evans, the Tertiary Education Minister, said the website would “help drive universities to lift performance and quality”, like the government MySchool…