When William Charles Wentworth spoke in the NSW Legislative Council in 1849 about the founding of the University of Sydney, he hoped that it may be a place whose “gates will be open to all, whether they are disciples of Moses or Jesus, of Brahmin, of Mahomet, of Vishnu, of Buddha”.
One of the most enigmatic figures in Renaissance art, Giorgione, has been identified as the artist behind a drawing that remained undiscovered for over 500 years on the back page of a University of Sydney library book.
FoodLab Sydney, an innovative project aimed at creating a vibrant network of small food businesses through training and employment, was launched at Redfern Town Hall on Friday February 1.
Indigenous Elders and First Nations peoples from around the world gathered for of Healing Our Spirit Worldwide, an event celebrating Indigenous identities and traditional cultures.
December at the University of Sydney makes for quite a different campus.
Move over trivia night, it’s time to learn something new in Sydney’s pubs and bars
Engaging dads – like father, like son Researchers at the University of Sydney’s Child Behaviour Research Clinic (CBRC) in the Brain and Mind Centre have recently published…
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Local residents may be interested in learning about the rich, traditional history of the University of Sydney that precedes the sandstone walls by thousands of years.