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W'SUP – the student newspaper
W'SUP is an independent student newspaper that is available online and in hard copy. Keep an eye out on campus for the W'SUP newspaper stands or visit your campus Student Representation and Participation office to grab a copy. An online version of W'SUP can also be found at the W'SUP website (opens in a new window).
We want submissions of original articles, stories, artwork, photos, game and movie reviews and anything else you can think of that your fellow students might find interesting. Your submissions will make this newspaper the voice of students at Western Sydney University!
Please visit the W'SUP website (opens in a new window) for more information and to submit your work.
Student editors are elected each year by the student body. For a listing of the current editors visit the W'SUP website (opens in a new window).
The editors can be contacted at email@example.com and we welcome any questions you may have.
The views and opinions expressed in this independent student publication are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Western Sydney University.