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Campus events are back!

Written by Brooke Chandler and Mitchell Rae If you are like me – a third year student whose time on campus has been directed by the recent pandemic – then campus events are both a foreign and distant memory. When I arrived on Charles Sturt’s...

Meet Charlie contributor, Emily Francis

Written by Emily Francis I am one of those lucky people that have a passion for something and have been given the opportunity to turn that passion into a career. From around the ages of 3–16, I immersed myself in any form of storytelling I could...

Get to know your Student Advocates

Are you a new or continuing student who is struggling to navigate the many rules, policies, and procedures of tertiary study? You are not alone – and the Charles Sturt University Student Advocacy team may be able to help. The who? If you have not...

Meet Charlie contributor, Pagan Harrison-Brown

Pagan Harrison-Brown has been a continuing asset to the Charlie contributor team! Here, you can find out more about her… Growing up I don’t really remember much of my childhood, but I was born and raised in Wagga Wagga. We then moved to...

Charles Sturt student, Bria Aplin, embraces Earth Hour

The last Earth Hour I celebrated with my family, we pulled out the candles and played a board game outside with a fire. I often look back at that night with fond memories, the time we all put our phones down and turned off the lights. It reminded me...

What I learned from moving out of home

Starting university is overwhelming. The work required is more independent and there’s lots of it too. We are expected to get the hang of it quite quickly. All of this alone can cause anxiety levels to spike. When we take into account the fact that...

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