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Melbourne Model 2.0

Double degrees and a new Bachelor of Health may be on offer to University of Melbourne students as soon as 2019 as part of the second phase of the Melbourne Model.

21 May 2018
Heritage-Listed Campbell Arcade Under Threat of Demolition

Campbell Arcade, a haven for creatives nestled in the Arts district underneath Melbourne’s Degraves Lane, is under threat of partial demolition as a result of current plans released by the Melbourne Metro Rail Authority (MMRA) and Cross Yarra Partnership (CYP) to accommodate for the multi-billion dollar Metro Tunnel project due in 2025.

21 May 2018
Edition Four Editorial

We’re meant to go to print tomorrow we are I mean going together in the fun near-future tense it’s a week later today.

21 May 2018
UniMelb Below Average in Student Experience, Survey Finds

The University of Melbourne has ranked below average in a student experience survey of Australian universities, published by Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching.

17 May 2018
NUS Build a Better Budget Campaign Launch Liveblog

Hello and welcome to Farrago’s liveblog of the National Union of Students’ ‘Build a Better Budget’ campaign launch.

15 May 2018
Campus News Briefing: NTEU, Elections and Goodbye

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11 May 2018
Behind the Market

                           

9 May 2018
Striking UniMelb Staff Join Union Rally of Up to 100,000

Today at 9am, University of Melbourne striking staff members joined other unionists and workers for the ‘Change the Rules’ rally in the Melbourne CBD, which turned out up to 100,000 people.

9 May 2018
Classes on Hold as Staff Protest Tomorrow

This Wednesday, some classes will not run at the University as staff plans to abandon work to protest the University regarding its stance on workplace agreements.

8 May 2018
Locked Out of a Lock-Up

The second consecutive year of student media being prohibited from the federal budget media lock-up has brought incredulous disbelief from student journalists and the shadow government, as well as criticism from the mainstream media.

7 May 2018
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