Tomorrow, Tuesday the 12th of October, four UC students and staff members will be answering all of the weird, personal, and sometimes, kind of rude, questions that you want to know about living life with a disability. The event, which is celebrating the International Day of People with Disability, is based on ABC’s hit TV […]Continue Reading
The UC SRC is running its annual elections this semester to determine who will represent the student body in 2022. Current SRC Representative, Jacob Webb, shares his experience over the past year.
Nominations for the UC SRC close on the 15th of September at 5 pm.Continue Reading
A mid-term vote has taken place to elect Faculty of Health Representative, Alannah Pike, as the new 2021 SRC President.Continue Reading
When some, or all, of the symptoms you are experiencing are not being taken seriously by doctors, the quality of the healthcare you are receiving is undoubtably declining. For women all around the world, including right here in Australia, this is the reality. It’s known as the pain gap.
Ebony explores the grim reality of healthcare for women with chronic health conditions in Australia.Continue Reading
The SRC Town Hall was an opportunity for students to have their voices heard and concerns addressed. But were these expectations met?Continue Reading
Everyone wants to make friends, but anxiety and fear can hold us back. UCLife is standing up to our social anxiety with their hit event; speed friending.Continue Reading
What if I told you those small concussions you had as a kid could lead to traumatic brain damage later in life? That in your early twenties you could be restricted to a walking aid and lose your independence? Would you stop playing the sport you love? Would you take your kids off the field to protect them?Continue Reading
Things will look different at the University of Canberra this semester. Although, I suppose we’re used to that.Continue Reading
Behind each and every club and society on campus, there are students. Students who have been recognised for their hard work during a significantly difficult year.Continue Reading
The best piece of university advice you will ever get: join a club, join two clubs, join every club!Continue Reading