Category: News

The Rise of Malaria in Australia Explained

Will Atkins- May 14, 2019

Malaria in Australia Between 1991 and 2014, cases of malaria in Australia declined. But according to data from the NNDSS, the National Notifiable Diseases Surveillance ... Read More

“Don’t Risk it” Mathias Cormann criticises Labor on national security

Matthew Johnson- December 6, 2018

On the last sitting day of parliament for the year, senators discussed a Home Affairs legislation amendment. Whilst discussing the amendment, Liberal Party Senator Mathias ... Read More

Election breach declared in student referendum

Matthew Johnson- December 1, 2018

Between the 12th and 16th  November this year the student union at the University of Queensland held a referendum regarding the process for changing the ... Read More

Hedda Project cements itself as indispensable experience for students

Matthew Johnson- November 26, 2018

The Hedda Project was one of the strands that made up the inaugural Vanguard Theatre Festival, from October 24th to October 26th this year at ... Read More

That’s a wrap! Curtains close on inaugural Vanguard Festival

Matthew Johnson- November 10, 2018

https://vimeo.com/299996835 For three consecutive nights The University of Queensland’s Geoffrey Rush Drama Studio played host to a sold out Vanguard Theatre Festival. It was a ... Read More

A New Brew

Jessica Miller- October 30, 2018

India and tea go hand and hand. And now a new variety has the country brewing with excitement. Olive tea - made from processed olive ... Read More

Robi’s Game

Jasmine Hines- October 29, 2018

Follow Robi as he recounts his life in a Bangladesh refugee camp after winning his semi-final soccer game in Brisbane, Australia. This is part three of ... Read More

Rohingya Education: Learning Jaipur

Jasmine Hines- October 29, 2018

A Rajasthani woman funds over fifty Rohingya children's education. An anthropologist considers refugee working conditions, while Jaipur's rubbish pickers work hard. One Rohingya man organises ... Read More

Rohingya Refugees in Jaipur

Jasmine Hines- October 29, 2018

A Rohingya refugee shares how his father helped him flee Myanmar when he was just a child. A Rajasthan Government representative and local Rajasthani weigh-in ... Read More

Why is it so hard to ‘eat local’ when it comes to seafood?

Kirsty Slemint- October 26, 2018

Next time you are browsing the seafood section of your local supermarket, take a minute to think about this: more than 70% of seafood consumed ... Read More

Red Bull Basement University – currently taking applications at UQ

Ciara Jones- October 17, 2018

Red Bull Basement University offers a collaborative platform for university students who want to use their technology skills and knowledge to solve problems at and ... Read More

University of Queensland Student Elections: A guide to each party

Matthew Johnson- October 7, 2018

Deciphering Student Politics With all the controversy surrounding the election for the Queensland University of Technology Guild, we thought it would be good to look ... Read More