News Centre archive
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It’s never the end: student defies the odds to turn his life around
Jose Unilongo – a graduate of the Bachelor of Housing and Bachelor of Construction programs – defied the odds to turn his life around.
NAPLAN only tells part of the story of student achievement
The National Assessment Program – Literacy And Numeracy (NAPLAN) had its 10th birthday this year, but few well-wishers came to the party.
After postal vote, we will never think of western Sydney the same way again
Who will defend the rights of pastry chefs who "conscientiously object" to baking a cake for a gay wedding? With the results in, some parliamentarians will no doubt choose to contend with that very question.
Researcher joins international effort using science to bridge the East-West divide
A Western Sydney University researcher has joined the ranks of an international non-profit organisation that will use science to mediate tensions and encourage peace between Western and Middle-Eastern nations.
Sisters of Charity scholarships foster student success
A group of five students from Western Sydney University who have lived in foster or kinship care have been awarded scholarships from the Sisters of Charity Foundation.
High School students experience Math IT fun at Western Sydney University
The annual Math IT day at Western Sydney University brought together high school students for a fun filled day focused on Mathematics and Information Technology.