News Centre archive - 2018

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

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Bent not Broken

Bent Not Broken: stories from Canterbury Bankstown

For the past ten years, young writers from South West Sydney have taken part in the Canterbury-Bankstown Youth Week Creative Writing Competition. To celebrate this decade-long creative project the best entries from the competition have been published in the anthology, Bent not broken: 10 years of creative writing from Canterbury-Bankstown.

Andrew Scipione

NSW’s top crime fighter to receive Western Sydney University honour

Former New South Wales Police Commissioner, Andrew Phillip Scipione AO APM, will receive an Honorary Doctorate of Letters from Western Sydney University in recognition of his outstanding service to the people of NSW.

David Wenham

David Wenham stars at Western Sydney University graduation

Prominent Australian actor David Wenham will be recognised with an Honorary Doctorate of Letters from Western Sydney University for his remarkable and multifaceted career spanning theatre, film and television.

Sarah Beth Starnovsky - Order of Australia Foundation donor scholarship recipient

Graduation celebrated at Western Sydney University

Western Sydney University's Parramatta South campus will be awash with colour as graduands don cap, gown and colourful hood and make the transition from dedicated student to proud University alumni, as part of December graduation.

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Pregnant women are at increased risk of domestic violence in all cultural groups

Domestic violence occurs across all age groups and life stages. Rather than reducing during pregnancy, expecting a child is a key risk factor for domestic violence beginning or escalating.

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Mind-bending drugs and devices: can they make us smarter?

Demand for drugs and devices that can enhance brain functions such as memory, creativity, attention and intelligence, is on the rise. But could the long-term side-effects outweigh the benefits of being “smarter”?


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