Campus explodes with colour and creativity for Live Art Week
Local artists and students come together for annual live art event on campus.
Quick fixes aren’t the answer, alcohol and violence have a complex relationship
Policymakers and judges need to pay attention to what non-legal experts know about alcohol and violence.
Reporting the Riverina
Four journalism graduates take up post in regional NSW with WIN News Riverina
Young journalist win prestigious Walkley Award
Lifting the lid on sexism in the medical profession lands UOW graduate Alice Matthews a coveted award in journalism.
Australia’s literary culture at the forefront during convention
Australia’s literary culture will be at the forefront of the inaugural Australian Literary Studies Convention being held at UOW from 7-11 July.
SBS Radio should look to its past to nurture its future
For some 40 years, SBS Radio broadcasters have delivered homeland news to migrants, mediated Australian politics and culture, and provided a platform for Australia’s 200 or so ethnic communities. The most multicultural broadcaster in the world, going to air in 74 languages, its promulgation of social cohesion in an era of heightened ethnic and religious tensions provides lessons not just for Australia, but for any multicultural society.