I’ve been preparing all my life to discuss this topic — the changing of the guard — with FedPress transitioning to a new team and me transitioning to being a student again as a middle-aged woman in 2017.
While we humans think that we rule nature and claim power over it, in reality we are being held captive in our own prison which is slowly shaping itself in a different pattern in each life.
My name is Mohammad Sami Baadarani; I am an international student, studying my Master of Technology (Software Engineering). I was born in Beirut, Lebanon, where I attended a French language school, and a French language university for my bachelor degree.
People, people everywhere and more on their way.
Once again we simultaneously save and condemn you and everyone you love, depending on which year you were born.
Two education students from Federation University are preparing to make the trek to Geelong to participate in the Southern University Games, commencing 2 July.
On Friday 28 April 2017, 22 Berwick, Churchill, and Mt Helen FedUni students travelled to one location to display their strengths and help each other work through questions regarding leadership.
The motto of Rainbow Collective is to provide a voice and presence, as well as empowerment, for many LGBT+ people and young people who may struggle with finding acceptance, even in today’s society.
Early on a chilly Friday morning, a small band of hardy IT students from FedUni Gippsland met at the Churchill campus, eager to embark on a journey of epic proportions.
I have been in and out of universities for a long time, and there are a few stereotypes that have not changed, specifically the outspoken (often mature-age) student in discussion groups.