When she’s not in Sydney for army reserve training, Nicole Johnstone is a full-time journalism and law student at the University of Wollongong. Now in her second year, the hour-long drives from Wollongong’s lecture halls to Holsworthy’s army barracks have begun to take their toll: “I drive to Holsworthy and back three times a week,” Johnstone, 21, explains. 51 more words
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Meet Franny Johns.
Currently Studying a double degree of Media Communications and International Studies, 18 year old Franny is sharing insight into the female perspective on university life, college and how she believes these experiences would differ if she were male. 60 more words
Laying on the pristine sand at Wollongong’s City Beach, you begin to appreciate the University of Wollongong’s famous relaxed culture. While UOW prides itself on its strong academic record, its laid-back campus life has long been a key selling point to high school-leavers; the campus’s proximity to Wollongong’s quiet beaches is often touted as a good way to spend spare time. 40 more words