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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...

Book and movie duos: who does it better?

Written by Bria Aplin When I’m not studying, I like to unwind by reading or watching movies. The first worry any bookworm has about a movie based on a book will always be: how will they fit everything in? Much like this article, it’s not...

First year first impressions

Written by Kate Armstrong Hello, my name is Kate Armstrong and I’m a first-year physiotherapy student at Charles Sturt’s Orange campus! I’m 18 years old and moved at the start of this year from Wagga Wagga where I grew up, to Goolma in the...

Five tips for studying as a parent

Written by Michelle Curry Being a parent does not rule out being able to study at university. I’m a Bathurst local, wife and mum of two girls, and a cheeky pug called Ollie. I am studying a Bachelor of Education K-12 of which I took up in 2021...

Humans of Charles Sturt: Cassie Goding

For over a decade photographer and journalist, Brandon Stanton, has given a worldwide audience a “daily glimpse into the lives of strangers on the streets of New York City” with Humans of New York. Inspired by Brandon’s...

Panicking over maths? You’re not alone!

Written by Catherine Mallia Maths phobia is real and is likely affecting your performance in subjects relying on it. The good news is, it may have more to do with what we tell ourselves, than our actual abilities. “This subject has a lot of maths in...

Best ways to utilise the session break

Written by Greta Porter The session break couldn’t come at a better time now that assessments are rolling in and the uni year is underway. Not only is it a good time to relax and recharge, but it’s also the perfect opportunity to catch up on...

Campus events are back!

Written by Brooke Chandler and Mitchell Rae If you are like me – a third year student whose time on campus has been directed by the recent pandemic – then campus events are both a foreign and distant memory. When I arrived on Charles Sturt’s...

Meet Charlie contributor, Emily Francis

Written by Emily Francis I am one of those lucky people that have a passion for something and have been given the opportunity to turn that passion into a career. From around the ages of 3–16, I immersed myself in any form of storytelling I could...

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