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When journalism students return to University after the mid-semester break, someone important will not. Program Director of Journalism, Kathryn Bowd, is leaving her role after 15 years at the University of South Australia. JOHN HUNT reports.
Waxing appointments, buying feminine hygiene products and having to ask the clothing store assistant for a bigger size while in the change rooms are just a few of the awkward or uncomfortable situations females face on a daily basis. EMILY BRAND reports.
Preaching a safe drinking message to students is about as popular as an 8am lecture, but a UniSA-led initiative has found just the right mix. The 99 Bottles campaign, launched on March 17, aims to get UniSA students thinking about their drinking behaviour, reports TOM ANGLEY.
Adelaide defender Luke Thompson believes AFL footballers are now more aware of the danger repeated concussions can have.
Thompson says the Adelaide Crows have included far more education on the matter during their pre-season in recent years, due to former Adelaide players Scott Stevens and Kurt Tippett being severely affected from repeated concussions. JOE ELLIOTT reports.
The future of education might be in interactive games, according to the founder of educational software developer EdAlive. DAVID THORNHILL reports.
A lack of new internship positions could be stopping South Australian medical graduates from easing a doctors’ shortage. MATTEO GAGLIARDI reports.
Owner and members at Enjoy Fitness gym in Magill have come together to raise over $1300 for the “Do It In A Dress” campaign, which aims to educate young women in Sierra Leone, writes NADIA BOSCAINI.
Across Australia, schools are increasingly “going digital” – introducing new technologies to the curriculum to prepare students for living and working in the modern world. AMELIA PINNA looks at a school that has computers, laptops, iPads and interactive whiteboards and speaks with the teachers about how they feel about it.
Where are your kids going to learn, what is the best possible scenario for your children? Questions like this are becoming far more complex, now that early learning centres are rapidly growing in number. MATTHEW DORAN explains the implications…
112 full-time jobs will be cut from the Education Department, potentially affecting support services for students and teachers around South Australia. By LAUREN WALDHUTER