Saving the University Union Complex

Paradigm Shift

The University has become a student industrial complex. The UQ Senate that gave Premier Joh Bjelke Petersen a doctorate of laws and set up a multi-million dollar shrine to Dow Chemicals that helped napalm millions of Vietnamese people now wishes to demolish the last vestige of resistance, the UQ Forum area, the refectory, the Schonell, and Student Union Building. If this ideological move by the University is successful UQ will have put the last touches to a once-was institution of higher learning and critical thought into a multi-billion dollar corporate dreamworld of shopping malls, collaboration plazas and food and beverage opportunity. There are no ‘nuanced negotiators’ on this show they are for creative freedom and political action.

Paradigm Shift discussion saving the UQ Union Complex between Annie Richards (author & academic), Lee Duffield (Journalist), Jeff Rickertt (Librarian & Historian), Priya (Student union Councillor & Socialist Alternative). Hosted by Ian. Historic…

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One response to “Saving the University Union Complex

  1. THERE WILL BE A RALLY AT 1 PM ON MONDAY THE 25TH OF FEBRUARY ON THE STEPS OF THE UQU OFFICES.
    THIS IS THE FIRST DAY OF THE NEW 2019 SEMESTER.

    THERE IS A FACEBOOK PAGE ABOUT IT: https://www.facebook.com/events/523407931513542/. Please share and promote widely.
    What: Rally – Save the UQ Union Complex (facebook event)
    Where: Steps of the UQU Offices, St Lucia Campus

    Dan O’Neill
    25 Feb 2019

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