News Centre archive - 2017
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2017.
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World class musicians will gather in Penrith this month to present the preview of a new musical work fusing Western and Eastern artistic traditions.
Heart burn is one of the many easily ignorable symptoms of the fastest growing cancers in the Western World.
Western Sydney University has launched its new $30 million Science Building, significantly expanding the University’s capacity to produce the highest quality science, psychology, social work and art therapy graduates and researchers.
The exhibition titled ‘Missing’, artfully casts shadows of large scale paper-cuts, portraying moments in time and space. Site specific installations, sculptures and cinematic projection also feature as part of the work.
Sentencing offenders for crimes committed many years earlier raises important questions about what purpose sentences in such cases are expected to achieve.
Pens were at the ready for this year’s Young Writers Day where 180 promising school students flocked to Western Sydney University to hone their writing skills.