News Centre archive
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High School Mooting competition brings together best and brightest
The highly contested fifth annual Kirby Cup Western Sydney University High School Mooting competition has been won by Pymble Ladies’ College.
Education, trade and investment on the agenda as NSW Deputy Premier visits Western Sydney University’s Vietnam campus
NSW Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional New South Wales, Industry and Trade, John Barilaro, has visited Western Sydney University’s Vietnam campus.
Western Sydney University launches Panel Pledge
Western Sydney University is proud to announce the Western Panel Pledge - a new initiative to promote gender equality by ensuring equal gender balance at conferences and in other public forums.
Why is Japan’s Olympic marathon shifting cities to avoid the heat? A sports physiologist explains
The International Olympic Committee last week decided to shift next year’s Olympic marathon from Tokyo to Sapporo to protect athletes from the heat.
Flood resources to build resilient students in Hawkesbury-Nepean
Minister for Jobs, Investment, Tourism and Western Sydney Stuart Ayres joined Western Sydney University and NSW State Emergency Service to launch resources to build student understanding of flooding.
Cyclones, screens, lost souls: how the ghosts we believe in reflect our changing fears
The ghosts of Halloween decorations provide light entertainment, but our enduring fascination for and fear of them is far from child’s play.