Tag: GenY

Creating a social media savvy India

Sophie Wright- October 18, 2016

By Sophie Wright Every second in India, three people experience the Internet for the first time, according to data from Google. To people in developed ... Read More

The changing face of higher education

Alex Livingstone- November 8, 2012

With increased competition from online and international universities, Australia’s tertiary education system may be in need of change. Read More

Proposed security laws spark backlash

Proposed security laws spark backlash

Ben Lynskey- November 7, 2012

The past and present of Australian national security legislation. Read More

Decision on national security nears

Decision on national security nears

Ben Lynskey- October 22, 2012

The implications of the National Security Inquiry from a governmental, public, academic, and journalistic perspective. Read More

No time like now for love

turneb- October 9, 2012

The reaction to young marriage has developed over the last few decades, from simple acceptance and normality to a raised eyebrow. One young couple believes ... Read More

Online security: protection from who?

Ben Lynskey- October 5, 2012

IN the digital age online security is paramount, but are the proposed privacy laws protecting us or putting us at more risk? The government's proposed ... Read More

SOOT designer proves age is no barrier

Alexandra Codd- September 19, 2011

At just 19, Edwina Sinclair has accomplished that which only established and experienced designers usually achieve. Read More

Brushy beginnings for Brisbane mag

Kristoffer Reynoso- September 19, 2011

Brisbane's most fashion forward and daring graced a magazine launch celebrating the bubbling cultural life the city has to offer. Read More