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My journey to Australia

Charles Sturt students each have their own unique story. Having grown up in Iraq & Türkiye, Geilan shares her childhood experience and her journey to Australia. This journey inspired her to study Law & Criminal Justice at Charles Sturt to give a...

When reality hits on starting a five year degree

For many students, you may have just begun your first year of university! Our newest contributor, Hayden O'Rourke, shares why he decided to take the plunge and move to Port Mac to study Law and how he's being coping with the change!

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What is your lecturer doing over summer: Intensive School

While many of us are spending our holidays at the beach, overseas or anywhere but uni, our lecturers are still prepping classes and events for Intensive School. Intensive School is an opportunity for CSU online students to meet their lecturers and...

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A day in the life of a criminal justice student

Hello! My name is Hywel and I’m in my second year of a Bachelor of Criminal Justice at CSU in Bathurst. Today I’ll run through a typical day in my life. Of course, it goes without saying that having to go to University on a lovely Friday afternoon...

JST203 Punishment and the State students: L-R Danielle Hughes, Callum Cope, Cristine Unguroiu, Paige Fitzpatrick, Carly Elwin, Barrister Bill Walsh, Hywel Blake and Dr Kath McFarlane.

Linking justice, law and the community

A visit to the Bathurst Courthouse offered a group of CSU law and justice students a local insight into the criminal justice system and highlighted that movies aren’t always a true representation of what happens in the courtroom. We caught up with...

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