Moving forward: Unity after Christchurch

Open discussions between people of all backgrounds are the key to unlocking the potential for ...  
Isn't it about time? Schools should be starting later

There are many good reasons why schools should be starting later.  
UniSA assault statistics reveal work still needs to be done

Statistics for sexual assaults at the University of South Australia reveal improvements needed in ...  
The trickle-down ravages of neoliberalism

Dr Evan Jones examines the deep-rooted and devastating effects of neoliberal economic policies.  
Morrison Government's MYEFO raid on inventions, ideas and talent

The Coalition has unleashed further budget cuts to university funding, throwing bad policy after ...  
Climate strikes: No, the kids aren't alright

“If you were doing your job properly, we wouldn't be here.”  
Our politicians could learn a lot from today's youth

Government condemnation of a massive protest by students over climate change has shown us where ...  
Melbourne University's Ormond College takes initiative on rape culture

Female leaders make a big difference in stamping out sexual assault at university campuses.  
The Gospel has spoken: Religion in Victorian public schools

It’s back to the future for Victorian conservatives, writes Stephen Williams.  
University funding suffers from political interference

A number of research grants have been denied as politicians meddle in university funding, writes ...  
The struggle of being an international medical student in Australia

International medical students just want to be treated fairly.  
Refugees teaching refugees: Hope still exists for Nauru

An Indonesian school run by refugees for refugees is working tirelessly to improve their students' ...  
Australia's student housing crisis

Rosie Williams discusses the difficulties involved with trying to find suitable student housing ...  
The libertarian conspiracy behind the Ramsay Centre

An educational program with a heavily biased agenda and lack of critical thinking has come under ...  
Will Scott Morrison fix homophobic legislation post Wentworth?

PM Morrison has bowed to public pressure announcing he will address homophobic legislation but the ...  
Will the Ruddock 'Religious Freedom Review' be the bigots' own goal?

The 'Religious Freedom Review' and its attempt to enshrine the religious "right" of schools  ...  
Education becomes a weapon against terrorists

A story of hope has emerged from a senseless tragedy caused by Islamic State militants in Kabul ...  
Dan Tehan wants students to pay for 'free' speech

Student activists are facing the threat of being charged hundreds of dollars to organise a rally ...  
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