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All the latest news by students and for students. Born at Sydney University, Mon Droit gets to the bottom of the issue to give you the other perspective.

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Rallies protesting fee deregulation and other changes to the tertiary education sector proposed by the federal government were held on Wednesday, as part of …

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He will be best remembered for his role in the dismissal of the Whitlam Government in November 1975 and for his recent public commentary …

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Today, Education Minister Christopher Pyne reminded the Canberra Press Gallery that it was Otto von Bismarck who said that, “creating laws was like making …

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Five out of ten Union board directors thought misusing student funds did not warrant the censure of a guilty director. After ninety minutes of …

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A mob of student protestors have copped a face full of pepper spray while seeking to violently storm an address by Education Minister Christopher …

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Following our piece yesterday about the radical new proposal to force affirmative action on clubs and societies at Sydney University, we asked current and …

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Club executives could be forced to undergo a massive overhaul under a radical new proposal to force affirmative action on clubs and societies at …

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On the one hand, it’s an enormous federal takeover of an industry that will cost the federal government as much as $2.6 trillion. On …

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The re-introduction of Knighthoods in the Australian honours system has undoubtedly caused a stir. The Prime Minister’s decision has been slammed by many and …

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La Trobe University in December 2013 was the venue for yet another failed NUS National Conference, with the event being marred by violent protests, …

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