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Full House

A new student accommodation facility will be built by the University of Melbourne in partnership with student housing operator UniLodge, a company whose housing facilties students have described as overpriced and unsanitary.

7 July 2017
How To: Exploit the Uni for All It’s Worth

Does anyone else pay their SSAF at the start of the year and completely forget to take advantage of the free goodies provided by the university?

5 July 2017
A correction from the Editors

Dear readers, We’d like to apologise for some factual inaccuracies in the Edition Four article, Poor Counsel (pg. 11). In the article, an UMSU Office Bearer stated, “The University used to run ten counselling sessions, but now it has dropped down to six.” We have since been advised that this is false. Furthermore, the Officer Bearers said, “We recently […]

13 June 2017
Binary-ocracy

Gender diverse students at the University of Melbourne may not be able to receive Youth Allowance payments to which they are entitled from Centrelink because of their identity.

7 June 2017
Access Denied

The University of Melbourne Student Union’s (UMSU)Education (Academic) Department is lobbying the University for a fairer lecture recording policy.

Swerf to Avoid

CONTENT WARNINGS: transphobia, sex work discrimination and slurs

BS at the MBS?

Students from the Master of Management (Marketing) at the Melbourne Business School (MBS) are questioning whether their course is worth the cost.

A Balancing Act

More parents with young children are taking advantage of the opportunity to continue or return to their studies.

The Curious Case of the Chemist in Union House

Why students no longer have an on-campus pharmacy.

Swept Away

Students at the University of Melbourne’s Burnley campus are outraged over the cancellation of the Associate Degree in Urban Horticulture (ADUH), a degree offered solely at Burnley, from 2018.

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