Circularity looks good on you
Meet the UOW alumni driving sustainable fashion forward
Crippling doubts that can sabotage career dreams
Imposter Syndrome under the spotlight
Giving voice to Country
Using art and education as a form of storytelling
Seeking safety, finding belonging
A refugee’s journey to Wollongong
Mark Dombkins and Andrew Wade are creating change that matters. Here’s how.
Outlook Magazine is the University of Wollongong’s flagship publication for alumni featuring stories about and by our incredible graduates from around the world.
The city that never sleeps, comes to a standstill
A concrete jungle where dreams are made of. Where vagabond shoes are longing to stray. New York, New York. It was a city that never slept, until it woke up in a nightmare where it became the centre of the COVID-19 pandemic and the city came to an abrupt standstill.
Making an impact
The UOW alumni community is made up of some pretty incredible people. Here we celebrate members of our global community who are establishing themselves as tomorrow’s leaders.
Realising the power of journalism
On Alice Matthews’ very first reporting shift for radio current affairs on ABC, she learnt a valuable lesson as a journalist: the story you think you’re going to cover, may not be the story you file at the end of the day.
True crime wave
Exploring the ethics and boundaries at play in true crime podcasting. “A beautiful young girl has lost her life, and she’s just been treated like a piece of garbage.”
Lu has worked for major news outlets in Paris, Belfast, London and Sydney.
Tangling with Tertangala
The Tertangala has been UOW’s student magazine – by students for students – since 1962. In the intervening decades it has been a forum for political, controversial, subversive and just plain funny commentary. We bring you five former editors, and the two current editors, of the Tert to talk about what the magazine meant to them and what the big issues have been over the years.