Schools were thrown into a spin by the COVID-19 pandemic. When children were sent home to learn remotely, teaching methods remained largely the same.
Western Sydney University has warmly welcomed thousands of students on campus as part of ‘Welcome Week’. Held from 28 February to 3 March, the activity-packed week gives students the opportunity to come together before the semester kicks off.
Parts of south east Queensland and northern NSW have been experiencing what has been called a “rain bomb”.
For Cara Smith, a third-year student studying a Bachelor of Nursing (Online) at Western Sydney University, living, studying, and working in rural Northern Territory has provided unique learning opportunities in healthcare not found in big city hospitals.
For the eighth consecutive year, Western Sydney University will participate in the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade on Saturday 5 March.
Much of what tweens and teenagers know about the Russia-Ukraine conflict comes from TikTok, Snapchat or Instagram.