One of the best ways for children to excel in reading comprehension is for them to interact widely with a wide range of books, selected by them, for enjoyment, writes Professor Robyn Ewing.
The University of Sydney’s Dean of Dentistry, Professor Chris Peck has cautiously welcomed the federal government’s plan to spend $5 billion over four years subsidising a public dental scheme it hopes will provide treatment to more than 10 million people.
Sacred. Profane. Lover. Slave. Coy. Explicit. Intimate. Epic. Human. Messiah. Prince was a study in oppositions, ambiguity, and resistance.
Artists are a mad bunch, but "we’re all thinkers", said noted artist and activist Ben Quilty (BVA '96) as he accepted his award for Cultural Contribution at the 2016 Alumni Awards last week.
Eastern Avenue came alive last week with music, colour, food and fun as we celebrated the diversity of our student community at International Day.
This ANZAC Day we share the story of graduate Robert 'Jack' Massie who sacrificed a blossoming sporting career to fight in World War One.
We know that to make a meaningful contribution to combating climate change, Australia needs a credible path to net zero emissions by 2050, writes Professor Tim Stephens.
The University of Sydney expresses its condolences to Dame Leonie Kramer's family and her large community of friends, following news of the passing of the former chancellor.
In this essay for The Monthly, Professor Mark McKenna considers whether Turkey and Australia have memorialised a romantic image of Gallipoli.
A large cut to university funding will hurt Australia's innovation plans, writes Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sydney, Dr Michael Spence.