The front cover of Tharunka Vol. 59, No. 3 was posted on Facebook. We analyzed the comments that were made on that post to bring you this infographic. The post can be found here: bit.ly/FoetalRightsBill
“Your generation is too politically apathetic.” Of course, I rejected this allegation at the time, thinking that everyone believes their generation to be superior to the ones that follow. However, I have since realised that the apathetic Gen Y stereotype is true (on average, of course).
Ruby Rose, Australian media personality, DJ and television presenter, recently cancelled a string of shows and media commitments, citing her battle with depression as the cause.
The Australian Classification Board has been criticised by actor and director, James Franco, as well as gay rights activists because they did not allow a “sexually explicit” film to be shown at film festivals.
The culmination of ongoing student and staff concerns with the under-resourcing of the Student Equity and Disability Unit (SEADU) at UNSW will, in the space of one month, see the loss of three staff members possessing a combined 85 years of experience in disability support, to the alarm of many among the 880 students relying on the service.
Students at the University of New South Wales held a snap action on Wednesday to protest the federal government’s $2.8 billion cuts to the higher education sector
University of New South Wales Journalism students are unsure of where their degree will take them. With an estimated 800 jobs opening up annually for almost 5000 graduates, they say that the degree does not teach a broad enough range of skills and it concentrates too heavily on theory.
A controversial bill proposed in NSW Parliament by the Christian Democratic Party [CDP] leader, Reverend Fred Nile, has sparked debate surrounding the dangers of affording foetuses “personhood” status in the eyes of the law.
The national website for one of Australia’s most in-demand service industries reads: “Workers can predict that they will be assaulted at least once every three years … it is comforting that there is only one murder a year.”