Journalism education is responding to challenges facing the media industry, and changing attitudes towards news.
Curtin students celebrate international dog day by donating food for the pets of homeless people.
With the transition to online learning happening so fast are we in danger of students being left behind?
Seven News reporter Cassidy Mosconi offers practical advice for graduating journalism students.
Young people feel guilty about ‘wasting their time’ with social media or video games, but they’re still doing it.
“Why do the people who are doing the most important thing get the least recognition in this country?”
Draft federal laws could mean your part-time tutoring job leaves you liable to prosecution.
The battle for a bloody good cause is off and racing.
WA students are getting involved in the pill testing debate.
New bay-finding technology means going straight to that vacant parking spot.
Students from schools in the City of Cockburn were on parade Thursday as they marched and paid tribute to ANZAC heroes.
Overloaded, stigmatised, understaffed? China faces the issues in its mental healthcare system, in a story from the 2018 Shanghai study tour.
More than 100 students unite to march against cuts to higher education support and HECS threshold reductions
Creating new accommodation opportunities for Aboriginal students.
The incentives may not be enough to attract more members, according to a public health expert.
But student representatives say the announcement would not mean an extra test or that coming to Australia would be more difficult.
It’s all about harm minimisation, the Guild president says.