News Centre archive
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Opinion: COVID-19 death toll estimated to reach 3,900 by next Friday, according to AI modelling
The coronavirus disease COVID-19 has so far caused about 3,380 deaths, infected about 98,300 people, and is significantly impacting the economy in many countries.
International act to strike a chord at Art of Sound
Western Sydney University will welcome the acclaimed Turner Brown Band to its Penrith campus as part of the Art of Sound 2020: World Creative Music Public Performance on 12 March.
How access to land plus a participation income could change the world
We’ve spent enough time criticising our broken system characterised by overconsumption and inequality so here’s a solution that should appeal to both sides of the political divide.
New study links swipe-based dating apps to poor mental health
Research by Western Sydney University and the University of Sydney has found people using swipe-based dating apps (SBDAs) experience especially higher rates of psychological distress than non-users.
Western Sydney University named employer of choice for gender equality
Western Sydney University has once again been recognised as an Employer of Choice for Gender Equality (EOCGE) by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) for the 15th consecutive year.
We All Matter: Western Sydney University celebrates Mardi Gras
For the sixth consecutive year, Western Sydney University participated in the annual Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras parade on Saturday, 29 February.