News Centre archive - 2018

Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2018.

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Parastoo Bahrami

Refugee Week student profile: From darkness to light, art and education: an asylum seeker student’s journey

Parastoo Bahrami can speak three languages, is a talented artist, a mother, and a Western student dedicated to becoming a teacher – she also happens to be an asylum seeker.

Arash Bordbar

Refugee Week student profile: Arash engineers a new life

Arash Bordbar is a talented student who is passionate about engineering, especially engineering projects that help others – he also happens to be a refugee.

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Technology is both a weapon and a shield for those experiencing domestic violence

With growing recognition that domestic violence can be perpetuated using technology, there has been a an increase of news stories that focus on how abusers use it to coerce and control victims.

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Research Check: can tea towels cause food poisoning?

Aside from being up to the task of drying our dishes, we don’t usually give the humble tea towel much thought.


People’s Choice announced at Western Sydney University sculpture awards

Western Sydney University’s Acquisitive Sculpture Award and Exhibition has come to a close with the announcement of the Landcom People’s Choice award.

View of the Liverpool skyline from the new Liverpool City Campus

New report outlines the unique social needs of Liverpool

To coincide with the official opening of Western Sydney University’s latest high-rise campus in the Liverpool CBD – University researchers have released a compelling report, which details the social “complexities and contradictions” of the Liverpool region.


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