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Working towards the future ...

A student’s time at university is one in which many choices have to be made and decisions faced. There’s a lot of pressure on a student to know what it is that they want to do and how they want to do it.  58 more words

Assessment Two

Mammoth of a story!

Over Summer in 2013 Kayla Kolb spent her time at Mammoth Mountain in California working the snow season.

She has made life time experiences and memories…an Olympic snow boarder contributing to them…Click play to hear about Kayla’s adventures of living in another country!


How To Survive Your Mid 20s Crisis.

Fear is overrated.

This is Day 1 of my jobless freedom. I’ve decided to call it “jobless freedom” because jobless sounds a little sad and I need to add some positivity to it. 278 more words

First Year, First Session: A Snapshot

‘Adjusting to the new system’ of university has been a difficult task for communications and media student, Jordan Garcia. The ‘…It’s up to you’ attitude of lecturers and teachers has tested him – although only within his first session of his first year – he is already feeling the pinch when it comes to assessment tasks. 264 more words

Amateur Journalism

Speaking To, Kelly Stratton

Kelly Stratton, a second year UOW student discusses how student life progresses as you progress through your degree. We discuss academic expectations, the student-teacher relationship and how you can lose this relationship when you begin to undertake new subjects and classes – ‘ In second year, a lot of the tutors have more students, more classes…so when you have them in a class they may not necessarily know you.’ 6 more words

Amateur Journalism

This post is about keeping it together throughout the whole interview. I was preparing for an interview for an internship last semester, and Professor Catrino (Dean of Career Services) gave me some very useful information. 468 more words

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