UNSW announces return to in-person classes for Term One 

By Nadia Maunsell Amidst student uncertainty about whether face-to-face learning will go ahead in Term One, UNSW has announced their plan to return to on-campus classes.   UNSW has emailed staff confirming that classes will be delivered on-campus as best as possible in Term One.   From the 14th of February, tutorials, …

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Bloodshed in the Golden Land

Eight months ago, a group of power-hungry tyrants staged a military coup in Myanmar, throwing out a democratically elected government. Unbeknownst to much of the world, Myanmar has once again returned to its dark days despite widespread and constant condemnation of the authoritarian government for over five decades.  

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Opinion: We need to protest COP26

On November 6th, tens of thousands of people around the world are expected to protest the next Conference of Parties (COP26) held in Glasgow where the world’s most powerful governments will be gathering to supposedly plan serious climate action. Gina and Anna explain why all students should join the Sydney protest.

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