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Former VCE+ Student Ashleigh Livori on University Life: "I find university empowering"

I was given the opportunity to take Legal Institutions and Methods and Public Law through La Trobe Law School as a VCE+ Student in 2015. By taking these subjects, my ability to analyse materials for research and construct well-reasoned arguments improved dramatically. 553 more words


First Blog Post - 25 May

Well, this is it: my first blog post. To be honest, I’m not quite sure where this will go. I’m preparing to take History 9877A (Digital Research Methods) this fall when I begin my Masters degree in… 477 more words


Making time for me

Recently, I have found myself with a lot more free time. With no more uni work to do, no more deadlines to meet and at least 2 weeks until I can start work again, I find myself looking for things to fill my time. 287 more words


Lithuania Part II


On Sunday we attended the church that happens to be right on campus at LCC International University, our home for the first half of this week. 974 more words


Life Update: I've Finished University!


I’ve finished university! Can you believe it?!

It’s taking a while for the fact that it’s all over to settle in, but I’m definitely enjoying my new-found freedom now that all my classes, assignments and exams have come to an end. 388 more words


How To (for socially awkward people): Hairdresser's

Being socially awkward can be hard sometimes.
Particularly when you consider that social engagement with strangers is pretty much unavoidable on an everyday basis. However, while most of us come to accept that interacting with strangers is inevitable, it doesn’t mean we’re any good at it!  1,056 more words



On May 20th 2016 in the City of Walnut, Mount San Antonio College (Mt.SAC) had an unprecedented event. The event, “Organizing For Change” was a conference aimed toward bringing students, teachers and organizers together to hear from representatives from different grassroots organizations about how they can use their major and or discipline to benefit their community. 1,716 more words