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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...

PR students showcase skills at wine show

Each year, two final year Public Relations (PR) students from CSU are given the opportunity to look after the media public relations for the National Cool Climate Wine Show (NCCWS) in Bathurst. The NCCWS is a well-known premier inland wine show in...

Hot Tips for History Students

History is one of the most popular majors for Arts students, and has a pretty loyal following among Education students – with good reason. It encompasses human nature, politics, ethics, pretty much everything that has ever happened AND you get...

Dear HSC results - come at me bro.

2015 HSC + ATARs… WHO ISN’T PANICKING?!

By Emily Foy-Brown After years of boring material (I’m talking to you algebra – WHY DO YOU EVEN EXIST?), trying to stay awake in class, highlighting textbooks in their entirety, homework (or excuses) and of course the hormonal friends...

Traditional hat toss.

Things you CAN do with an Arts Degree

As I recently discovered on a night out, while minding my own business might I add, that the hardest part of doing an arts degree is fielding all of the questions about what you’re going to do with it and why you are ‘wasting your...

Graduation grants up for grabs!

Graduating this December? I suggest you hurry on up and apply for the CSU Graduation Equity Grant, which closes on Sunday 6 December!! (tick-tock-tick-tock) This handy source of cash is designed to assist graduating students of 2015 with some of...

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