Jeremy Nadel2 December 2015
Sexual misconduct allegations have risen from eight in 2017 to 23 in 2018, according to documents released by the University of Melbourne.The documents, which include both responses to requests made within and outside the Freedom of Information Act (FOI), shed light on how the University has disciplined students accused of sexual assault and harassment.
Jacob Rodrigo, the vice-president of the Graduate Student Association (GSA) and an electorate officer in Bill Shorten’s office, has offered graduate students free beer in exchange for helping push though controversial changes to the GSA’s constitution.
Inside the Co-op Bookshop’s AGM
Footage obtained by Farrago shows students demanding answers from National Secretary Talal Yassine.
Her former directorship of the bookshop could put her in hot water. Students are set to ambush the Annual General Meeting of the bookshop today.
Protesters camp outside Carlton Connect to make a bold statement against the University’s partnership with arms manufacturer, Lockheed Martin.
A Farrago report reveals the lie behind the name.
Jeremy Nadel weighs in on the 2016 Federal Budget’s finance and economics.
Farrago breaks down the proposed flexible academic programming model.
30 years of the cave clan.
The 2016 UMSU Students’ Council has met for the first time, discussing issues including the allocation of student funds and cuts to student department budgets.
Jeremy Nadel analyses in detail the University of Melbourne’s funding decisions and whether or not they are effective.
Fossil Free Melbourne University (FFMU), a campus activist collective, have run over a year’s worth of protests, petitions, face-to-face confrontations and other forms of lobbying. They want the Council to declare in the new Charter that the University will divest the $588 million in its Endowment Fund from the top 200 fossil fuel companies. The Council has a key decision to make, but are all members of the Council interest free?
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