Editor Brendan Byron has tendered his resignation to student magazine Tharunka after it was revealed he had unilaterally deleted four articles from the magazine's website.
Tharunka's prank landed a big fish, and other media tidbits of the day.
Police and universities are distancing themselves from a private international students' group and its chief, the mysterious Chinese venture capitalist Master Shang.
Sydney University tasked students with planting stories in rival student paper Tharunka as part of an assignment, leaving students outraged.
Solar baron Shi Zhengrong has been sensationally sacked as chairman of the Chinese firm he set up. So what does this have to do with the University of NSW -- and does Dr Shi still call Australia home?
The University of NSW academic board have overwhelmingly voted to endorse a decision to bestow the naming rights of a College of Fine Arts school to Dr Gene and Brian Sherman. But students are now calling for the Shermans to personally reject the university's decision.
A storm is brewing at UNSW over the decision to bequeath the naming rights of a school to a private benefactor, after the university announced last month that it would name a College of Fine Arts facility and gallery after two arts patrons.
There might be some rumblings of discontent about the Australian Graduate School of Management, recently renamed the Australian School of Business, but it has kept its ranking as providing the best MBA course in Australia in the just released survey by London's Financial Times, writes Richard Farmer.