Deadly Challenge

Join us in watching our talented Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and staff as they celebrate their cultures, talents, and voices through a variety of deadly performances.

After receiving an overwhelming number of votes, we would like to congratulate our winners:

  • 1st Prize, Leanne Markovic a proud Darug woman and staff member at Western Sydney University.
  • 2nd Prize, Matilda Harry a proud Wiradjuri woman, staff member and student at Western Sydney University studying her PhD in Indigenous Education.
  • 3rd Prize, Luke Hodge a proud Dunghutti man and student at Western Sydney University studying a Bachelor of Communication, majoring in Journalism and Media Arts Production.

Congratulations again to all who participated. Please watch all video submissions below:

Leanne Markovic is a proud Darug woman and staff member at Western Sydney University.

Kayden Edwards is a proud Darug man, staff member and student at Western Sydney University studying a Bachelor of Arts (Pathway to Primary Teaching).

Luke Hodge is a proud Dunghutti man and student at Western Sydney University studying a Bachelor of Communication, majoring in Journalism and Media Arts Production.

Nicholas Howie is proud Darug man and student at Western Sydney University studying a Bachelor of Science (Pathway to Secondary Teaching) with Applied Physics.

Matilda Harry is a proud Wiradjuri woman, staff member and student at Western Sydney University studying her PhD in Indigenous Education.