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Paige Braunstein

Life is this constant journey that we take. We develop and grow every step of the way. Some people find their happiness in travelling, others in working, while there are the ones that turn to studying. 57 more words

Studying

Survey

In order to try and gauge a better understanding on what people think of the UOWTV Multimedia website I designed a short survey.

I felt that it would be good to have a fresh insight to what others think, as our group is focused with research questions. 21 more words

DESN290

"What effect have Sydney's new drinking laws had on you?" - Vox Pop One

With alcohol-fuelled violence and youth alcohol consumption a hot-button topic in recent times, the NSW Government has implemented law changes in an attempt to discourage excessive consumption and antisocial behaviour. 32 more words

Uni

Pipped at the post

Most people would be over the moon to receive an ATAR of 99.2, but that wasn’t quite the case for Yvette Gilfillan.

The 18-year-old Bachelor of Creative Arts student from Nowra came second to the woman she’d been best friends with since Kindergarten. 79 more words

Assessment 2

Finding Some Fun

For Natasha, doing journalism combines her studies and her love for blogging. This portrait encaptulates her joy for the subject and for her hobbies. As a first year student finding the right balance of study and enjoyment can be tricky, but Natasha is well underway of mastering the art.

Journalism

Choosing A Path

Decisions always are stressful. For Natasha Clarke, finding the right path has been seemingly easy, choosing to do a double degree of Journalism and Creative arts, to lead her into her dream career as an Editor. 52 more words

Journalism

Finding Your Place

Everyone has their special place, or place where they can truly relax and enjoy life. For Darcy Clempson, a student at the University of Wollongong, studying full time a double degree of Arts and Commerce, find places and time to relax is extremely important. 32 more words

Journalism