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Why student media is still relevant

Why student media is still relevant

STUDENT LIFE Michelle 7/05/2014 

You’re on campus on a rainy day and you’re sick of studying. You find a random magazine in the library and it turns out to be pretty damn good. You look at it closely and realise it’s written, edited and designed entirely by students who are otherwise just like you. This is student media, and it's important.

Make Your Mark Launch

Make Your Mark Launch

SURVIVING HIGH SCHOOL Georgia 1/05/14 

Bridges to Higher Education have joined forces with UAC to launch Make Your Mark, a website devoted to helping students from under-represented communities access information about traditional and non-traditional tertiary education paths.

Giveaway: double passes to see Healing

Giveaway: double passes to see Healing

MOVIES AND BOOKS Georgia 30/04/2014 

We're lucky enough to have ten double passes to give away for "Healing", an Australian film which stars Hugo Weaving (Lord of the Rings.) It is a powerful and moving story of redemption, the discovery of hope and the healing of the spirit.

Five ways to kickstart your study this term

Five ways to kickstart your study this term

SURVIVING HIGH SCHOOL Georgia 30/04/2014 

After a blissful yet painfully short period of holidays, students across the country have hit the ground running and are back to the daily grind of study and school. We know it's all too easy to carry over shoddy study habits from last term, so here are our top five ways to start afresh and kickstart your study this term.

Top tips for essay writing

Top tips for essay writing

SURVIVING HIGH SCHOOL Melissa 16/04/2014 

If essay writing is more like an excursion in procrastination for you, fear not, you are definitely not alone! This article aims to put to death some of the myths about the complexity of essay writings, and strip essay writing back to basics – where the marks really are. Here are our tips for writing a winning essay.

How to study: for the free-spirited student

How to study: for the free-spirited student

SURVIVING HIGH SCHOOL Domenique 16/04/2014 

Studying can be creative, and creativity can be amazingly effective for remembering things - from all the elements in the periodic table, to the name of that guy who invented that super weird theatre technique (unfortunately we can’t put that in an essay, even though the teacher totally knows what we’re talking about.) Here are some ways to up the creative ante before a big test and get motivated.

Reporting for the future: a Master of Journalism at the University of Melbourne

Reporting for the future: a Master of Journalism at the University of Melbourne

CAREERS Michelle 4/04/2014 

The Master of Journalism at the University of Melbourne started in 2012. The course is designed to teach students about journalism and the media in theoretical and practical ways, with a focus on digital technology in the industry. Michelle shares her experiences of the Masters degree and where she hopes it will take her.

Creative Careers: how working at Sculpture by the Sea has helped students forge future careers

Creative Careers: how working at Sculpture by the Sea has helped students forge future careers

CAREERS Edwin 31/03/2014 

Edwin Carter is a regular volunteer at the Sculpture by the Sea exhibition in Cottesloe and also works for the exhibition as Catalogue Marquee Manager on weekends. Edwin, currently studying psychology at the University of Western Australia, recently interviewed Sculpture by the Sea staff who are also currently studying to see how working at Sculpture by the Sea has helped them in forging their future careers.

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