The frontrunners for the Republican nomination are symptomatic of their party's decline, argues Tom Switzer.
A mission to improve the living conditions of the least privileged citizens of the world - in Australia and overseas - needs to be at the forefront of engineering education, argue Petr Matous and Abbas El-Zein.
Honouring those who have died or suffered in all wars and armed conflicts, we share the letters of graduate Eric Mortley Fisher from the Gallipoli frontline.
The role of political satirists is simple: to 'bring more people to the table', renowned comedian and freedom-of-speech advocate Bassem Youssef told a packed MacLaurin Hall at the University of Sydney last week.
Joan Hume (DipEd '69, BA '69, MA '84) has spent a lifetime advocating for people with disabilities.
Since 1998 the Sydney Peace Prize has been recognising peace builders in both Australia and overseas. Now, an artist is joining the winners circle, reflects David Hirsch.
An international team of scientists has identified a gene that can prevent some of the most significant wheat diseases-creating the potential to save more than a billion dollars in lost production in Australia each year.
Paris is not the be-all and end-all for global climate change action, writes Lisette Collins for the Huffington Post Australia.
Jeremiah Hamilton made white clients do his bidding. He bought insurance policies on ships he purposely destroyed. And in 1875, he died the richest black American, writes Professor Shane White.
Over 160 students at Sydney College of the Arts (SCA) are counting down to their biggest exhibition yet as they put finishing touches on artworks for the 2015 Undergraduate Degree Show, which officially opens on Tuesday 17 November.