Martin Ditmann26 June 2015
Welcome to Farrago’s coverage of the Batman by-election.
Although the 2018 QS benchmark places Melbourne as the fifth best city globally for international students to study, it appears that there are some students and advocacy groups who would disagree.
The Chancellor: The Council, Philanthropy and HECS
Why students no longer have an on-campus pharmacy.
The exploitation of student workers could be rife in Union House.
Prominent businessman and University of Melbourne fundraising campaign chair Allan Myers will be the university’s new Chancellor
A Farrago report reveals the lie behind the name.
A lament on the epidemic of sexual assault in universities.
Martin Ditmann reports on the latest chapter of the MUSUL saga.
Martin Ditmann, for one, welcomes our new corporate overlord.
Martin Ditmann on the unstable family union.
Farrago breaks down the proposed flexible academic programming model.
The new student centre replaces all previous centres as part of the university’s aim to create a ‘one stop shop’ for services.
Martin Ditmann discusses student politics and the results from the student election.
The democracy sausages have been sizzled and the votes have been cast, the polls reflected the perceived hopes of the nation and the Coalition roundly smashed these to the ground. Scott Morrison has done the unthinkable, after the disastrous LibSpill of 2018 he has recaptured the support of many Australians to become Prime Minister, once again, although this time through the decision of ordinary voters around the country.
Raising the cost of uni fees will leave graduates with larger debt for longer, and will likely exclude a number attempting to gain higher education.
Funding for science is set to remain steady in the near future.
Jeremy Nadel weighs in on the 2016 Federal Budget’s finance and economics.
The Turnbull Coalition government’s inaugural budget sees an increase in funding towards youth employment and training.
The Turnbull Coalition government’s Federal Budget argues that unemployment is set to decline.
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