A University is a common place of learning, and this one is a public university, why the sudden need for locks?
The USyd Philosophy Department has a fascinating past.
Once we are sufficiently convinced that a social structure is undesirable, the immediate step is to provide an alternative that is viable – a task where the Left often fail miserably.
Students at the University of Sydney have faced constant attacks on beloved departments, courses and staff. They’ve responded with countless protests, petitions, stunts and open letters. Students are mobilising once again – this time in support of a beloved pedagogue.
The day the Quad went kaboom.
In remembrance of a philosophical giant.
What does it mean to be authentic, or authentically queer?
Philosophy course enrolments break university record.
Revisiting the radical beginnings of gender studies at USyd.
The Business school needs a subject to critique its discipline