It’s a feeling of honour, fear and adrenaline she will never forget. Katie Tabke’s Black Summer with the ACT Rural Fire Service.
While small businesses in Canberra have been hit hard by impacts from COVID-19, UC students have sparked new hope for budding entrepreneurs.
‘Students are our purpose,’ Vice-Chancellor Paddy Nixon said during the Semester two Student Town Hall. The event, run by the UC Student Representative Council (SRC), was an opportunity for students Continue Reading
From muso’s to socialites to activists and more, UC has the club to match your interests. Take this quiz to discover which category suits you the best.
Like so many of us, it wasn’t until it was him with the disorder, that PTSD truly came to exist.
On June 6th a protest about ‘Black Lives Matter’ took place on the lawns of Parliament House. We spoke to the protest organiser Dhëïu BM about his involvement.
From the frontline of battlefields to facing the pandemic, nurses are being recognised globally and at UC this year.
Inspired by the current world we are living in and his love for nature and the outdoors, Toby Jennings writes the poem ‘Forgotten Hearts.’
Struggling to find belonging and make sense of her vulnerabilities, Dheekshi’s poems demonstrate that you are not alone if you connect to your emotions.
The best piece of university advice you will ever get: join a club, join two clubs, join every club!