News Centre archive - 2017
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2017.
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This year's Thinking Out Loud lectures will discuss how recent African and Middle-Eastern migrants are the latest consequence of Europe’s long history of expansionism and colonial rule.
Western Sydney University’s December graduation marked the completion of five long years of study for Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery graduate Pierre Goorkiz.
As she embarks on a promising legal career at Bartier Perry, Maryam has encouraged other young women from Western Sydney who may be aspiring for a career in Law.
A new world-class university campus is set to be constructed in Bankstown.The City of Canterbury Bankstown and Western Sydney University have identified a suitable location – a two-and-half-thousand square metre site in Bankstown’s CBD.
Maybe pulling $2.1 billion out of the education budget will allow the Treasurer to put the funds to something he feels is of better use. There’s a state government looking to build a few stadiums.
The mystery object discovered earlier this year travelling through our Solar system is showing no signs of any alien life, despite plenty of efforts to look and listen for a signal.