News Centre archive
Collated on this page is an archive of the University's News Centre stories.
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Western Sydney University paramedicine student, Sophie Wills, is leading a community effort to increase the survival rate for residents who suffer a cardiac arrest in isolated Wisemans Ferry.
A Western Sydney University academic, and a work published through the University-supported Giramondo Publishing have won prestigious Prime Minister’s Literary Awards.
Young Australians become News Champions at national forum
Western Sydney University is pleased to announce a new partnership with South West Sydney Academy of Sport.
Western Sydney University’s Research Week (Oct 21 to 25) offers a compelling showcase of current research and scientific endeavor underway across the University.
Great question, Olivia! The short answer is that most gum you swallow ends up in your poo. But if you swallow a lot of chewing gum, it can get stuck and cause problems.