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What I’ve learnt from five years of tertiary study

Billie reflects on the past five years she's spent studying at Charles Sturt, giving us insights and advice on how to make the most of uni life. "Looking back, I don’t think I would have done anything differently during my time with Charles Sturt. I...

Perri Gibbons: My journey studying abroad

The first couple of days were overwhelming. I had moved to a new country, had my life packed into just one suitcase, did not know anyone and had to buy everything needed to live day-to-day.  

Meet the team

Come and join the Charlie team!

The Charlie team is a safe environment where everyone is supportive and encouraging. We share ideas or suggest topics for others to write. Everyone who contributes comes from different campuses, studies different courses, and are in different stages...

Get involved this National Recycling Week

National Recycling Week is also the chance to take a look at things such as food waste in your household, especially considering each year Australians waste around 7.6 million tonnes of food across supply and consumption.

What to do when you fail a subject?

Grades are not always an accurate record of academic ability. Nikki's advice to anyone who fails a subject is to be kind to yourself and ask for help if you need it. There is no shame in failing.

Clean out, move out and donate

With summer just around the corner I realised I probably needed to start fresh and get rid of things that are just gathering dust.

A farewell letter from the editor

I personally love using the wisdom and experiences of others to better my own. So before I forfeit my life, on-campus routine and roles at Charles Sturt University, I want to relay some significant moments from my time at uni.

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