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Best places to eat in Wagga Wagga

On campus The Hub If you’re an on campus student, chances are that you know about the wraps at The Hub at CSU in Wagga Wagga. These wraps are best served with chicken schnitzel, lettuce, and tomato, however you can pick and choose your own...

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Simple sunburn solutions

In case you missed our ‘Avoid the summer sting’ post and are suffering from some serious sunburn from Australia Day festivities, we’ve collated the best ways to recover. But don’t worry, we’ve all been stung before. Whether you burn just from the...

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10 hot tips for scholarship success

Accommodation, transport, and textbooks – the inevitable costs that come with study. These fees can add up to an unexpected figure, leaving you with only one option for lunch and dinner: two minute noodles. This is when scholarships and grants come...

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Three ways to get ready for uni

If you’re about to start uni, you’re about to embark on a life-changing journey. Whether you’re moving out of home for the first time, getting the degree to start your dream career, or starting a course you’ve wanted to do for years – exciting times...

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10 books to read before the start of session

For those of you wanting to improve your results from last year, or if you just have some free time leading up until Session 1, reading a couple of books might be your solution. Here are 10 books to read that’ll improve your vocab and have you...

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Which res is for you?

As a first-year student, heading to university is a life changing move. Choosing what accommodation is best for you can also be quite overwhelming (unless you’re from Dubbo, than you won’t have the burden of choosing). But don’t stress, this is an...

CSU student studying at the Wagga Wagga Campus

How to write a great assignment

Writing assignments isn’t a natural process for everyone! The good news is that with a little hard work, anyone can learn to become a great academic writer. We caught up with CSU’s Academic Literary, Learning and Numeracy (ALLaN) team in the Office...

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Your lecturers summer reading suggestions

Summer holidays are great for relaxing, catching up with friends and finally getting around to reading that book you’ve been meaning to. Although it’s hard to admit, four months of no uni can get pretty boring. So, why not read a few books to fill...

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Heal your heart and make some art

by Loren Howarth Everyone needs some alone time occasionally. Even if it’s just simply sitting back and relaxing for a few minutes a day. Watching your favourite movie or starting a new book can be good for down time. This summer, challenge yourself...

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Goodbye concession card, I’ll miss you

By Kristy Leslie Here’s what no-one told me about life after CSU that i wish i had known (AKA it kind of sucked before it got good). Kristy graduated from CSU with a double degree in Advertising and Marketing. After more than four years...

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