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Emily Bouchet

More choice and flexibility for HSC students in a disrupted final year of high school

Year 12 students who have had their HSC studies disrupted by COVID-19 will be able to apply to study at Western Sydney University based in part on their Year 11 results.

Murundaka Cohousing Community, Melbourne. Photo by Louise Crabtree.

New Australian Research Council Grant to Help Prevent Social Isolation Through Innovative Housing Models

The University has been awarded an ARC Linkage grant to investigate the benefits of housing cooperatives as an alternative housing option in Australia.

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Opinion: Tonight we riot? What Nintendo’s ‘revolutionary’ video game misses about worker liberation

"In a world where the wealthy elite control the media, elections and lives of working people, we’re faced with two choices – accept it or fight for something better.”

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New NHMRC Investigator Grants to safeguard the brain and heart

Western has been awarded two significant medical research grants worth over $2.1 million to further develop innovative strategies and approaches towards dementia prevention and treatment of atrial fibrillation.

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Opinion: Don’t want to send the kids back to school? Why not try unschooling at home?

As schools resume for most Australian students, a new group of parents have emerged. These parents have decided to give home education a longer term try.

Study calls for better inclusion of same-sex attracted and gender diverse youth in sport

Western Sydney University researchers have found same-sex attracted and gender diverse young people want to participate in sport, but past and current negative experiences, can hold them back.

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