UNSW Canberra to offer course in explosive weapons from 2023
UNSW Canberra will introduce a Master degree in ‘Explosive Ordnance’ from the beginning of 2023 to teach students about the manufacture, usage, and disposal of explosive weapons.
Technology not taxes: How the government is budgeting for net zero 2050
The 2022 Budget wasn’t short of talking points about the cost of living, women’s issues, and regional investments. However, it remained quiet on climate action or Australia’s Net Zero 2050 commitment. This year’s budget is a drop in the ocean as far as transforming Australia’s energy market goes.
It’s time to retire the ‘winners and losers’ budget analyses
An annual tradition for every established media organisation is to publish a ‘winners and losers’ list after the Federal Budget is announced. But Guy argues there are better ways of holding the government to account.
Federal Budget 2022: Uni students’ mixed reaction
The Morrison Government announced innovation and research as a key priority for the higher education sector in the 2022 Federal Budget, but university students are disappointed that their concerns have been overlooked.
What Happens When A Fraudster Refuses To Repay Their Victims?
By Henry Chen Last year, our friends over at Honi Soit reported allegations that a University of Sydney student had stolen $12,000 from various student societies on campus. If the fraud is proven, how will the societies get their money back? And, upon reflection, are we really comfortable with using the media to name and […]
Green Thoughts #3: Politics and Coal Dust: Why There Hasn’t Been Action On Climate Change
Green Thoughts is a new column by the UNSW Environment Collective. The Environment Collective is a group of students from UNSW who believe in collective action on climate change. Here are some stories written by our members which try and grapple with the systemic issues driving the climate crisis, from colonialism to the last pair of […]