USC graduates take on mo' work11 June
When Aiman annd Mo Hamdouna moved to Australia for study, they had no idea the adventures life would take them on.
How climate change is impacting Cambodian farmers: A student insight20 March
A group of USC Sustainability students travelled to Cambodia to research the impacts of climate change on food insecurity.
Levelling the playing field - gender inclusivity in quidditch18 March
Quidditch – a game imagined from the Harry Potter novels that has gone on to become a widely popular sport across the globe – has always strived to for gender inclusivity, providing a safe place for males, females, and non-binary people to participate together in a competitive sport.
Five hot tips for first-year uni students18 February
USC Laws student Emily Steckelbruck dishes out some hot tips for first-year uni students who are still finding their way around campus.
When pop culture romanticises the wrong relationships13 February
USC Criminology and Justice lecturer Dr Lara Christensen argues that pop culture needs to stop romanticising the idea of an older woman having an affair with a young male, creating a troubling double standard that can lead to serious consequences in real life.