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Bettina Arndt with a police escort at the University of NSW (Image: Instagram)

Campus rape case ruling a blow to Bettina Arndt's 'kangaroo court' crusade

A judgment that had the men's rights activist crowing has just been overturned on appeal.

University of NSW (Image: Wikimedia Commons)

Despite cuts, job losses, more Australians are enrolling at university

Across the country, universities are seeing rising domestic demand for places, in a rare silver lining for the coronavirus-devastated sector.

Pauline Hanson (Image: AAP/Mick Tsikas)

University funding cuts to reignite campus free speech war, with One Nation leading the charge

Pauline Hanson is front and centre in a new fight over freedom of speech at universities.

A 2019 protest against Chinese government interference in Australian universities (Image: AAP/Dave Hunt)

Australian universities tread softly, softly to catch and keep Chinese students

There are real and well-documented concerns about self-censorship in unis at a whole range of levels.

University of Sydney has asked staff to 'suggest' how to cut up to 30% of jobs in some faculties.

A foreign-owned university gets government cash. Why not our public ones?

The National Tertiary Education Union says the Morrison government is deliberately decimating higher education.

Minister for Education Dan Tehan and University of Tasmania vice-chancellor Rufus Black (Images: AAP, UTAS)

Theologian answers Dan Tehan's uni funding model call to prayer

Guy Rundle charts the CV of Tasmania University vice-chancellor Rufus Black.

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'The international student market has collapsed'. What's next for unis?

The time seems fast approaching for the government to reconsider its approach.

Minister for Education Dan Tehan (Image: AAP/Mick Tsikas)

Nice work, Tehan. Knocking off our Western heritage without even knowing it

To understand the layers of irony in Dan Tehan's plan to destroy the study of humanities, you would need... well... a humanities degree.

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Teachers aren't failing COVID kids. The pollies are by not listening

We listen to health experts about the pandemic, and economists about the recession. So why don't we listen to teachers and principals about education?

IDP chief executive Andrew Barkla (Image: Supplied)

The cash cow universities don't talk about when they ask for money

Public universities are sitting on a billion-dollar windfall courtesy of their little-known shareholding, but you won't hear them talk about it.

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