Student coverage of major events

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 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

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

Puppies Descend on UQ’s Natural Amphitheatre

Matthew Johnson- September 2, 2018

On Wednesday the 22nd of August the University of Queensland played host to the 2018, Puppies & Pancakes event. The event which was organised by ... Read More

New Liberal party leadership fails to resonate with the public

Ciara Jones- August 28, 2018

A week of leadership turmoil within the Liberal party has left voters dissatisfied, with the latest Newspoll showing Labor ahead 56% to 44%. This is ... Read More

What is Tet to you?

Hannah Twiggs- March 17, 2015

The Tet holiday in Vietnam is meant to be a joyous celebration to welcome the lunar new year and springtime with big family reunions and ... Read More

Children become the focus of marriage equality

Michelle Connell- October 20, 2012

Rainbow Families of Queensland Association has launched their first ever art exhibition to help raise awareness for kids with GLBTIQ parents Read More

Developers prepare for game-making challenge

Matthew Dawe- September 23, 2012

Ashley Nilad-Rowe and Rocco Loria of Team Rockin' Moses This month Australian game developers will go head-to-head in the annual 48 Hour Game Making Challenge ... Read More

What makes you UniQue?

CarmelRooney- May 14, 2012

Post-graduate communication students from the School of Journalism and Communication are on a quest to find out more about the UQ community as part of ... Read More

Is the festival party over?

Chris Smith- September 8, 2011

Music festivals have become staple of the Australian summer. But with a tough economy is 2011 going to be a bummer summer for festival promoters? Read More

Eagle Farm market brings the community together

Jane Farrugia- September 3, 2011

Ascot's Eagle Farm markets have become an increasingly popular destination for north side residents on a Sunday morning. This weekly market extravaganza takes place in ... Read More

Rain delays 21st Jamboree

Brandon Livesay- September 2, 2011

Heavy rain caused the 21st anniversary of the Willowbank Jamboree to be postponed until October. Read More