Nathan Milne takes inspiration from a famous poem and applies it to the current debacle in higher education cuts.
Arts and Humanities students get a lot of flak from the other faculties and our culture. We’re usually the first soldiers out of the trench when the battle for funding begins and the first to fall.
This letter from the Editors is of dire importance, please read this article in full.
Students at La Trobe must take action or Rabelais will shut down in 2022.
The LTSA elections for the Bundoora Student Council have begun; here are our reporters’ take on the candidates.
Shady side-deals, corruption allegations, and personal agendas. The creation and operation of the La Trobe Student Association is marred with impropriety.
Indonesian studies – axed. 230 staff positions – axed. Financial pressure continues to pillage education at La Trobe University.
‘While the future of the LTSU has always been in the hands of students, this point could not be more heavily emphasised right now…’
From $891 spent on a limo, to the six-figure-salary CEO reimbursing her $55 pot plant – I dive deep into the LTSA’s finances, exposing their grotesque priorities.
Skye Griffiths reports.