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.
We asked questions and UTS answered.
1. Can you confirm whether students will be penalised for missing class and what will happen with assessments scheduled for this day?
“UTS will not penalise students who miss class because they choose to participate in
Words by Nathalie Meier
Four UTS students, including the Education Vice President Chris Gall, were arrested last week following a protest outside the Villawood Detention Centre.
A group of 30 protesters from UTS and Sydney University gathered at the Villawood gates at
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