News Centre archive
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Making students ready to write
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.
Don’t let your past define your future: College graduate delivers inspirational speech
The buzzing auditorium fell quiet. Hundreds of proud faces were transfixed towards the stage, as the guest speaker delivered the Occasional Address.
Power through education: New alliance aims for green and cheap
Western Sydney University has helped form a new alliance to help drive down costs by developing community investment schemes and providing access to innovative technological solutions such as flexible solar panels.
Expect the unexpected from the big-data boom in radio astronomy
New technology is now gathering data on objects in our universe faster than astronomers can analyse.
When girls are in the audience, choir boys sing for attention
Singing in the choir is a selfless pursuit requiring artistry and discipline.Or is it? New research suggests all it takes to elicit surreptitious attention-seeking vocal behaviour among the boys is to place a few teenage girls in the audience.
Former ambassadors and Japanese defense officials at forum on Asia-Pacific security
As a defiant North Korea fires missiles over Japan, former Australian Ambassadors to South Korea and a senior official in the Japanese Defense Department will discuss the future of the Asia- Pacific region at a special event.