BY MICHAEL HITCH
“We’re here. We’re queer. We’re fabulous, don’t f*ck with us!” the crowd shouted as it proceeded down King Street.
The student-led “Trans … Read more
BY KYLIE WINKWORTH
There are many big questions begging answers from the Liberal Party. Why was Malcolm Turnbull dumped as PM? Why are there so … Read more
OPINION BY KYLIE WINKWORTH
Spare a thought for the poor Powerhouse Museum (PHM) this festive season. While its sister organisation the Art Gallery of NSW … Read more
OPINION | BY BARBARELLA KARPINSKI
Damned Whores and God’s Police was written by Anne Summers in 1975. This week, the eponymous conference at UTS looks … Read more
By Emily Contador-Kelsall
Around 33,000 first-year students are expected to drop out of university this year, according to a Think Education report.
The census date … Read more
A new online ‘Debt Sentence’ Calculator made by the Labor shows students the new amounts that they could be paying if deregulation of university fees … Read more
University of Technology Sydney (UTS) UTS Chancellor and Prof Vicki Sara (left) with Dame Marie Bashir, Governor of New South Wales, and UTS … Read more
This year marks the fourth annual Pyrmont Festival of Wine, Food and Art and is set to offer the best of the country in the … Read more
The northern section of The Goods Line, a proposed cross-city pedestrian and bicycle corridor connecting the inner city to Sydney’s foreshore, is now in the … Read more