With USyd’s student residence stock able to house just 3.2 per cent of students, momentum is gathering behind a campaign to demand the University cap rents and build residential cooperatives.
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The meeting was almost shut down due WHS-violating noise levels and the risk of a physical fight, after the Left lost an Enviro Convenor position to the Liberals.
What and who you need to know to understand this year’s RepsElect for the 95th SRC.
Bring back the official Great Quad Race for Welcome Week 2023.
Despite USyd championing “leadership for good”, the increasingly “skills-based” training that it touts are selling us out for a soulless corporatised workforce.
Previous unpublished plans of the Quad, Carillon Bell Tower and Physics Building shows us drastically different visions of what the University of Sydney’s campus may have been.
The dire lack of knowledge about our major religions risks driving religious debate into a conservative silo.
Five-day extensions are undoubtedly a massive win for struggling students, but greater reform is needed to truly fix what is a broken and overly bureaucratic system.
The suit follows allegations of racial discrimination when former USyd staff Omid Tofighian applied for USyd’s National Centre of Cultural Competence.
UNSW’s Professor Marcel Dinger is slated to take on the post in January next year.