Tag Archives: security

Report details numerous safety incidents on campus

A report delivered to the UNSW Chancellory’s Student Safety & Wellbeing Committee has shown several incidents of assault and robbery, including students threatened with knives. The Student Incident Summary Report, obtained by Tharunka through Freedom of Information legislation, focuses on campus incidents from January to August this year.

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Hoover’s Dress: Reading the Stratfor Files

On February 27, the counter-cultural zeitgeist Wikileaks began releasing its 200 gigabytes of classified materials from the private U.S.-based security intelligence agency ‘Stratfor’. These internal documents, leaked by Anonymous, are slowly being digested, but the anaemic public is impatiently telling media outlets to synthesise, synthesise, synthesise.

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O-Week Confrontation between ANZ and Activists

Student activists protesting in front of the ANZ O-Week stall were asked to move on or be removed from campus, according to several accounts of the incident received by Tharunka. The activists were attempting to raise awareness of ANZ’s investment in the coal industry on Wednesday February 22, before ANZ …

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