NUS Protest Outside Higher Education Summit
In a media release, NUS Education Officer Luc Velez wrote, “this is NOT a summit of universities, it’s a meeting of university bosses and their corporate allies. Students and staff are the real universities,” it read. Pictures of the protest showed students holding signs saying “cancel student debt” and “cut Vice-Chancellors Salaries. Not Staff!” UNSW […]
Students angry their degree has been cut with no consultation
International Studies students were left shocked by changes to their degree, lack of open consultations and the timeline for implementation by 2023.
Thousands show up to Defend Abortion protest in Sydney
“Abortion rights belong to everyone but not in the hands of law-makers”, one protester said in an interview with Tharunka
WSU and UTS follow suit from USYD staff strikes
Another strike over staff working conditions has occurred at one of Sydney’s most prominent universities mere weeks after USYD’s 48-hour staff strike.
What are stage 3 tax cuts and why should you be angry about them?
Welcome to Australia in 2022: During rising costs of living, tales of struggle from ordinary Australians and a steep federal budget deficit, both major parties remain supportive of a $300 billion income tax cut that overwhelmingly benefits Australia’s highest earners.
We emailed 100 election candidates. Here’s what they wrote back.
From latte-obsessed Greens to stauch Liberals and nonexistent One Nation candidates. You’ll be surprised who actually responded to us.