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Cooking on a budget

Trying to save funds and minimise wasting money on food can be a tricky balance. After sharing her cheap and easy meals, Grace Carpenter shares how she cooks on a budget.

8 ways to enjoy a sustainable Christmas

Christmas is coming up faster than we could have imagined! This can be an exciting time filled with family, friends and fun however, is often coupled with lavish meals and gifts with wasted food, unwanted presents and a lot of unnecessary packaging...

Move out food donation scheme

The Wagga residence community in conjunction with Sustainability at Charles Sturt are aiming to donate leftover goods amongst residences to two charities to minimise the general wastage at the end of the year going into landfill.

Dormitory friendly cooking: croutons for salads

When someone mentions proper diet and healthy eating, the go-to food is always a salad. It is nutritious, fast to make and can have endless variety. Salads are also great for on-the-go university students. After all, keeping on top of healthy eating...

Easy meals for on-campus living

Easy meals for on-campus living

Living on-campus can be a stressful time; sometimes the pressure of having multiple assignments due at once, internships, sport and social events can be enough to cause a bit of a meltdown! To make your nights a bit easier and take one extra thing...

Winter is coming!

Winter is quickly approaching and in some of our campus towns the drop in temperature can be quite a shock. Here are some tips how to stay healthy and warm during the colder months. Stay connected Socialising helps strengthen your immune system by...

A SSAF Success Story

The SSAF Initiative Round has just opened and what better way to show you how your ideas can make a positive impact on the CSU community than sharing one major success story; The $1 Port Macquarie Wednesday Lunch What is the SSAF Initiative? SSAF...

Students making healthy food for study

Exam brain food!

Most students survive on a (not-so-healthy) diet of coffee, pizza and mi-goreng. Unfortunately for our bank accounts, we need more than this to sustain us during exam periods (and life in general). I’ve gathered three recipes that will give you the...

Reset your tempo to slow this spring

Spring is a natural time of year to reflect on and re-orientate your habits. These eight nourishing ideas are super easy to incorporate into your daily routine, basically free and will help you slow down and appreciate the new season! Commit to a...

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