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Here are five books to help you understand what’s happening in Ukraine and Russia, from a must-read history of Ukraine to insights into the Russian soul.
The latest report on sexual harassment and assault at universities found students don’t have confidence in reporting processes. Australian universities need an external regulator to oversee these.
UNSW and ACOSS partnership launches an international review of housing and homelessness policies.
First staged in 2008, Shane Warne: The Musical is an overwhelmingly faithful rendering of Warne’s life, staging both his triumphs and his downfalls.
Big data analysis has unveiled startling links between seemingly unrelated things, such as how a person’s physical elevation above sea level might influence their personality.
Three-quarters of the academic journals that folded served the arts, social sciences and humanities. The losses weaken the academic communities and activities that formed around these journals.
Grace Tame joins UNSW academics Kyllie Cripps, Michael Salter and Emma A. Jane for a UNSW Centre for Ideas panel discussion.
Alphabet, Apple, Meta, Amazon and Microsoft have each taken some form of action against Russia – but the actual impact it will have isn’t clear.
While some oligarchs have broken ranks with the Kremlin, there is no sign yet other elites are so discontented as to take action against Putin.