News Centre archive - 2016
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2016.
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When two Western Sydney law students decided to take their love of debating into a national competition, they never expected it to trigger a series of events that led them to representing their country in the world's foremost international negotiation competition.
Sport provides opportunities for social participation, identity construction, and engagement in the workforce.
At 22 years old design student Julian Wilton is ready to take on the gaming world as part of game company Massive Monster.
Footy mad students from Western Sydney University are being given the chance to work for their childhood NRL clubs courtesy of a new program being run between the NRL and universities.
No matter what career you’re interested in, Open Day 2016 has plenty to offer, including more than 100 presentations one-on-one course advising with academics.
Pauline Hanson's concern about the Australian Tax Office installing squat toilets to cater for its increasingly diverse workforce has prompted debate about the best way to go to the toilet: sitting or squatting.