News Centre archive - 2016
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories in 2016.
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With renewed interest in the origins and health of food, the UniSchools Steer Challenge has kick started the educational process for high school students from across Sydney by giving them the chance to raise their own steer.
It was quite a reality check. With one phrase, Portuguese journalist Joaquim Vieira created a major controversy with his denigration of the Paralympic Games.
Afifa Fahez is the epitome of hard work. After falling short of achieving an ATAR high enough to directly enter a degree at University, she did things the hard way to finish in the top two per cent of her degree.
There is much debate about which groups of people have played the greatest role in creating the increasingly unaffordable housing markets in Australian cities, with Baby Boomers and foreign investors popular targets.
Thousands of students will mark the formal completion of their studies when Western Sydney University hosts September graduation.
A study has found that across much of inland Australia plants are near a tipping point in their ability to cope with rising high-temperature extremes.