News Centre archive - 2014

Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2014.

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ALP budget reaction fraught with peril; political historian

By obstructing spending cuts and distancing itself from the Rudd and Gillard governments, the ALP risks being viewed as unable to accept responsibility.

Headshot of Alexis Wright

Giramondo author shortlisted for Miles Franklin award

A novel written by indigenous writer Alexis Wright and published by Giramondo has been shortlisted for one of Australia’s most prestigious literary prizes.

UWS staff celebrate the launch of Make Your Mark

Increasing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander representation in higher education

A new website and television series have been developed in partnership with the University of Western Sydney to improve Indigenous education outcomes.

Flier for Behind the Lines exhibition 2014

Behind the Lines: The Best Political Cartoons for 2013

Behind the Lines tells the story of a year of political chaos culminating in the federal election, the toppling of a government and a change of Labor party leadership.

Tape measure wrapped around apple

New study recommends watching your waistline as a first step to maintaining good health

An expanding waistline is a main predictor of whether people will go on to develop serious and potentially life-threatening diseases such as cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes.

Flyer for #Three Jerks

Three jerks take on stereotypes in new play

The infamous gang rapes that polarised Sydney in 2000 set the scene of a groundbreaking new play produced by Sweatshop.


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