Sophie Sun20 February 2016
Alex D. Epstein becomes a vigilante photo-returner
Bella Ruskin on the changing landscape of surnames
The University is still considering implementing academic integrity software Cadmus despite claims from students that the software is invasive and faulty.
Our attitude towards ‘Chinese tourists’ can be interpreted as revelatory of subconscious assumptions of cultural hierarchies and anxieties about competing privileges.
smoky glass army past
Cadmus, a Google Docs style software designed to target plagiarism, is undergoing further trials at the University of Melbourne this semester.
The University of Melbourne Student Union’s (UMSU) Environment Department has raised concern over club funds being invested in banks tied to the fossil fuel industry.
Students will be returning to university in 2017 with less academic and career services available following significant staffing restructures.
Students travelling to and from the University of Melbourne may face transport and infrastructure disruptions this year as work starts on the new Parkville train station.
System Garden has already shrunk to a quarter of its original size since its inception in 1856.
The Grattan Institute has released a report recommending that all students be charged a universal 15 per cent loan fee when borrowing from the Higher Education Loan Program.
Paloma Herrera reports on universities trying to improve safety on campus.
And strictly no memes either.
A comparison of universities’ sustainability initiatives.
A poem by Darby Hudson on the signs of fancy alcohol drinking.
A succinct and beautiful poem by Darby Hudson.
Bella Barker explains 5 tricks to get that H1 on your next exam.
Encoding a memory is less like taking a video than it is scribbling down bullet points on a notepad.
Jacob Sacher finds a nice corner to snuggle up in.
Apps can also be a force for good, helping you slay goals and make the most of your time and energy.
The University of Melbourne is no stranger to the big screen.
In the lead up to semester two exams for 2015, the Eastern Resource Centre left its doors open to the public 24/7.
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