National Careers Week 2023 is being held 15-21 May 2023 and Meg Seis is here to tell us all about it.
Today is Interational Nurses Day 2023. In her first year of Nursing, Bronte tells us all about the significance of the day and why she chose to become a nurse.
'There have been many times I have struggled over things, feeling silly and not wanting to ask for fear of looking foolish, but you can always guarantee someone else is thinking the same thing but is too scared to ask. " Dianne Whittle shares her...
'As a child, I wanted to be a professional athlete but back when I was growing up girls didn’t receive the same kind of recognition as men, so back then it was only a dream to get paid to play sport. ‘
After Valerie Chen shared her life as a vendor in Taiwan, we follow the next stage of her life where she travelled to Australia on a Working Holiday Visa.
Megan Porter is one of the students who uses the Country Universities Centre to complete her Doctor of Philosophy here at Charles Sturt. Here, she introduces what the CUC is, what it involves and how it has assisted her in completing her PhD.
Wednesday May 3 is National Garden Meditation Day. After finishing off Stress Awareness Month and mid-session break, we start May off strong by sitting back and relaxing for a second - ready for the rest of the session to come.
In between classes, sometimes it's nice to leave campus and do something fun whether it's with friends, family or just yourself. If you live in or around Bathurst, Greta Porter shares the top 8 things you should do in Bathurst.
After an interesting Humans of Charles Sturt piece, Cooper talks more on living in Broken Hill, the ten hour move to Bathurst, and the differences between the two.
In her final year of study, Elise Dukes looks back on her expectations vs reality of studying at university.