UCT renames unofficial transcript

  By Soligah Solomons This article is exclusive to the online Edition 3 of VARSITY Newspaper.   The unofficial transcript on PeopleSoft has been renamed and the process of obtaining …

New Art Unveiled in Molly Blackburn

  By Ntokozo Mayekiso This article can also be found in the print Edition 3 (Wrap Edition) of VARSITY Newspaper.   The UCT Works of Art committee helps evoke transformation …

The State of Mental Health at UCT

  By Louise van den Bergh This article can also be found in the print Edition 3 (Wrap Edition) of VARSITY Newspaper.   VARSITY investigates Student Wellness Services and the …

UCT Residences Celebrate their Pride

  By Tshepang Pooe This article is exclusive to the online Edition 2 (Wrap Edition) of VARSITY Newspaper.   On the 17th of March, the very first inter-residence Pride Parade …

Protest in UCT Residences

  By Sibongile Ralana This article is exclusive to the online Edition 2 (Wrap Edition) of VARSITY Newspaper.   On Thursday 29 March 2018, human faeces were dumped by a …

SRC reassignment: was it constitutional?

  By Tessa Knight This article can also be found in the print Edition 2 of VARSITY Newspaper.   VARSITY investigates the constitutionality of last week’s reassignment of the SRC.  …

UCT’s new VC, Prof Phakeng

By Thandizo Chigona This article can also be found in the print Edition 2 of VARSITY Newspaper.   UCT’s appointment of a new Vice Chancellor and beginning of a new …

How does the DSA distribute grants?

  By Sinothando Siyolo This article can also be found in the print Edition 2 of VARSITY Newspaper.   20 out of 112 UCT societies did not receive grants from …

UCT maintains academic standards

  By Soligah Solomons This article can also be found in the print Edition 2 of VARSITY Newspaper.   Despite annual protests, UCT maintains global academic ranking. During 2017, student protests …