Much like the rest of Sydney, crime in USyd’s surrounding suburbs peaked in the 70s to 80s.
Students unionists face expulsion from university, imprisonment, terror charges and torture.
Why has a nominally progressive Labor government led the most punitive response to the pandemic in the country?
Arrests, NSW politicians, riot police, violent scuffles and the USyd alt-right all made an appearance during the heated standoff.
Honi takes a look at both sides of the thin blue line and where the relationship between students and law enforcement went wrong.
Blythe Worthy was at the St John’s College protests.
Georgia Behrens asks why nobody cares about police violence at protests.
Xiaoran Shi investigates the continued controversy over police on campus
Nick Rowbotham reports on police presence at the NTEU’s fifth day of industrial action
Hannah Ryan reports on last week’s rally against police violence