BRITTANY SMITH spoke with Sonia Feng, from the Education Action Network who protested on ABC’s Q&A.
Before the national budget was released and cuts to tertiary education were only a looming threat, a group of students held a banner and shouted
Words by Chris Gall
On May 13, Joe Hockey proudly announced that he was selling our future for a budget surplus. I had the (dis)pleasure of watching the budget announcement at a Unions NSW dinner, and the atmosphere was utterly funereal.
The Vice-Chancellor of UTS, Professor Ross Milbourne, has continued to support student action against the government’s proposed $2.3 billion cut to tertiary education funding.
Prof. Milbourne reiterated his support, after hundreds of staff and students marched down Broadway yesterday in protest
STUDENTS MARCH AGAINST #DUMCUTS
University students and staff across Sydney today marched from Victoria Park to Railway Square, in protest of the proposed $2.3 billion government cuts to the tertiary education budget.
The protest kicked off at 1pm with a rally in