Last week the University of Sydney announced that it would avoid taking an official position on the Voice to Parliament. But the message was clearly not received by the faculties, which took matters into their own hands, piercing the university’s thin veneer of neutrality.
The University’s School of Chemistry has backed a ‘Yes’ vote and displays pro-Voice advertising on screens around the school.
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