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Donating blood: Thomas Maher’s newfound passion

Written by Thomas Maher and Tahlia Tranter Donating blood was never something I thought to do when I was younger. Since coming to Charles Sturt University, I have met people I call my good friends and going into my second year as a nursing student...

Enrolments explained…

Written by Faith Hanstock Congratulations! You’ve got your enrolment email, and you’re officially starting a degree at Charles Sturt next session or next year. If you’re like me, one of the first things I thought when I got that email besides, ‘OMG...

Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses: what to expect

Written by Billie Tipping When you first enter the ‘world of university’ it can be difficult to understand the terminology and course structures. What is the difference? To put it simple, an undergraduate (aka undergrad) course is typically a...

‘Expectations vs reality’ of a content creator and student

Written by Pagan Harrison-Brown You know those memes depicting expectations vs reality; whether it concerns buying something online, hair, vacations, trying a trick, the holiday season, life. That sums up what it is like to work as a content creator...

A day in the life of Sophie Watson

Written by Sophie Watson Hi, I’m Sophie! I study journalism at Bathurst and I live quite a busy life! Come around with me as I show you a typical day in my life with uni… Every week I have 2 classes on Monday, one is on Modern Journalism and...

Managing your health and wellness amongst study

Written by Stephen Hale-Worrall Being a conscientious student takes a lot of work. Heck, just getting through a university course takes a lot of work! Give yourself a pat on the back. When trying to balance the demands of your course, as well as the...

How to unwind after a big day of uni work

Written by Kate Armstrong Coming straight from high school to university, there was one thing I discovered very quickly. That is both school and university are equally difficult! Prioritising my time and making the most of it is critical. however...

Meet Charlie contributor, Ada Crain

Written by Ada Crain Hello! My name is Ada Crain and I am an 18 year old Bachelor of Animal Science student based in Wagga Wagga. Growing up I am originally from Tooma, about a 2 hour drive from Wagga Wagga. I doubt that anyone actually knows where...

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