Student representatives work behind the scenes to minimise the shitty things about UTS. They work to make our education quality, accessible and safe —and most people don’t even know it. What you also probably do not know, is that those
In his first interview with Vertigo, ex-Deputy Vice-Chancellor turned UTS Head Honcho, Attila Brungs, sat down with NATHALIE MEIER to answer some of the big questions about his new role and his vision for the future of UTS.
Professor Ross Milbourne
In response to Universities Australia's modelling of university fee increases, openly pro-fee deregulation UNSW Vice-Chacellor Fred Hilmer has slammed the projections, claiming they are based on a “fundamental misunderstanding of the way the system works." He continued, “It is up to
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.
Hannah Story takes a bold look into the unknown: the SSAF figures for 2013.
The Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF) is one of the better Labor Government initiatives. For the low, low price of $161.50 a semester (for full-time students;