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29Aug
CultureOpinion

Degas- The impressionist who rejected impressionism

The National Gallery of Victoria’s exhibition Degas: A New Vision, is the most comprehensive collection of the works by the French painter and sculptor, Edgar Degas(1834-1917) since 1988.

26Aug
News

Finally – a big name university stands up for free speech

It seems like universities everywhere are caving in to demands to suspend freedom of speech, freedom of inquiry and academic freedom to vindicate the feelings of unbelievably sensitive students.

19Aug
EducationNews

BREAKING: Monash Uni to introduce ‘trigger warnings,’ Australian first

Melbourne’s Monash University is set to become Australia’s first university to introduce anti-intellectual trigger warnings, an investigation by Generation Liberty has revealed.

12Aug
News

Let’s just abolish the census

Tuesday night’s Census, after 5 years of planning and $470 million taxpayer dollars, was a catastrophe – the ABS has blamed a “denial of service attack”, a claim which lacks...

12Aug
ListsPolitics

7 Myths About Capitalism

1. Capitalism promotes inequality The first important task in rebutting the slur that capitalism results in inequality is to question the premise. Claims of inequality in free economies are grossly...

08Aug
Education

Nobody actually distressed? Just say it anyway!

An Institute of Public Affairs freedom of information request has revealed that our universities are seeking to protect students from distress – even when it’s not clear anyone’s feelings have...

02Aug
EducationPoliticsWorld

Campus Censorship Damages our Democracy

Harvey Silverglate, Harvard-educated New York lawyer and co-founder of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, has spent 50 years as a litigator battling bureaucratic tyranny.