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Seeing is Believing: Why Representation Matters

As representation continues to be a hot-button issue across all mediums, it can be difficult to see the non-politicised side of the picture. While...

Lord Howe Island under threat of rising temperatures

In 2019 Lord Howe Island’s unique natural treasures were in peril from climate change. On election day three years on, the threat has grown...

Newsroom: Election 2022 special with James Booth and Michael Koziol

Washington-based campaign manager James Booth joined Michael Koziol, Sydney editor of The Sydney Morning Herald, in the Newsroom last week to answer student questions...

A third of LGBTI people surveyed say police are homophobic

One in three LGBTI people describe New South Wales and Queensland Police as homophobic or transphobic, according to recently published research. The survey of LGBTI...

We don’t have a voice, 200 years on’: Noel Pearson and...

Australian lawyer and Indigenous land rights activist Noel Pearson joined former Australian Prime Minister Paul Keating last month in a discussion on reconciliation and...

Newsroom: Mike Reilley shares tips on digital journalism

Mike Reilley is a lecturer in Communication at the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the University of Illinois Chicago, where he teaches...

Labor’s risky bet on Fowler

Labor has taken a gamble in its attempt to move Labor deputy leader of the Upper House Kristina Keneally to the House of Representatives...

Baby Bird: death, loss and the illusion of life

This project, Baby bird, began as a deep dive into taxidermy birds (cockatiels specifically) and into loss present in my own childhood. Having owned...

Newsroom: Ukraine Crisis

The Newsroom kicked off this year with two special guests giving their time to Department of Media and Communications and SLAM students to answer...

Podcast: Masters and Apprentices

A Japanese master of Aikido, a French master chef, an Australian master builder, a master of the Shakuhachi : Masters and teachers can take...

A Drive Down Apathy Lane: Voter Abstention in Democratic Nations

“Good morning, this is BBC news breakfast,” the voice declares with typical British deftness. “We are two weeks out from an historic general election.” Ever...