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Mini-breaks for the student budget

Mini-breaks for the student budget

by Amy Carlon As uni students, we are desperately craving those periods of time that we have off to either relax or, in most cases, travel. Here are some budget-friendly options to fulfill your travel desires while on a student budget! Travel in...

What is your lecturer doing over summer: travel

Travelling and studying at the same time represents an ideal world for most. For CSU students studying Introduction to Islamic Art and Design, it will become a reality these summer holidays. Dr Sam Bowker, lecturer in Art History and Visual Culture...

CSU student Zane Sparke in Indigenous Marathon Project shirt

CSU student set for New York Marathon

CSU student Zane Sparke has his sights set on the New York City Marathon after his success in a 30km desert run in Central Australia. Zane recently finished the Alice Springs run as a member of the Indigenous Marathon Project, qualifying him for the...

Group of students at Oxford

Five myths about the Rhodes Scholarships

Have you heard of the Rhodes Scholarships? If not, you may have heard of some former Australian Rhodes Scholars; Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, former prime minister Tony Abbott and human rights lawyer Jennifer Robinson. There are many...

Unexpected lessons you’ll learn while studying abroad

by Loren Howarth As you prepare to embark on an opportunity of a lifetime, people will say that you’ll become independent, understand other cultures and essentially undertake personal change. But if you’re about to study abroad, there...

CSU Elite Athlete Harriet Gillson competing in Italy.

Harriet’s Italian volleyball experience

Harriet Gilson studies a Bachelor of Clinical Practice (Paramedic) at CSU and is a member of the University’s Elite Athlete program under the Emerging Athletes category. She recently spent two weeks touring Italy with the Australian Junior Women’s...

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