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Reporters, or robots in disguise?
Reporters, or robots in disguise?
University of Melbourne, Petra Stock • June 29, 2022
Are journalists even human? The answer might surprise you.
College American football team the Clemson Tigers. Photo: @ClemsonFB
US student athletes compensated after rule change
La Trobe University, Liam Jensen • June 23, 2022
Since the inception of college sports in 1906, student competitors fell under rules governing amateur sport.
Video games are often blamed for acts of violence. Photo: ianvanderlinde on Pixabay (CC BY-SA)
No link between violent games and real-world violence
La Trobe University, Brandon Patane • June 22, 2022
When it comes to situations where a child or teenager disobeys the law, video games often come under fire.
Reporters, or robots in disguise?
Reporters, or robots in disguise?
Are journalists even human? The answer might surprise you.
Delicious food
Society's perfect eating disorder
It started with a desire for health and self-improvement. It ended with a societally reinforced god complex, dangerous coping mechanisms, and a convoluted sense of identity tied to a ‘mortal fear of death’.
Period products are just as much a part of sporting uniforms as cleats. Photo: Jarrah Smith-Taylor (CC BY NC ND).
Periods in the press
Lydia Ko’s refreshing post-round interview earlier this month marks another step towards smashing the stigma around periods and sport.
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Allegra Spender celebrating on election night. Photo: Adriana Wainstok
Spender takes 'blue ribbon' seat of Wentworth
University of Sydney, Adriana Wainstok • June 15, 2022

Independent candidate Allegra Spender is the fourth independent in history to win the electorate of Wentworth....

Crowds return to a Western Region Football League match. Photo: Kristen Alebakis
Western Region Football League rebounds after lockdown
La Trobe University, Charlie Roberts • June 8, 2022
Charlie Roberts looks at how sport - at a range of levels - is re-building after the pandemic.
Dai Les election night party rocked all night. Photo: Daniel Holmes
Dai Le wins battle for Fowler
University of Sydney, Nalin Mastou • June 6, 2022

Independent candidate Dai Le made news when she defeated former NSW Premier Kristina Keneally in their...

June Podcast: Chisholms Choice
June Podcast: Chisholm's Choice
University of Melbourne May 30, 2022
In this episode from the University of Melbourne, we hear from the reporters who covered the seat of Chisholm in the election campaign. They analyse the issues that mattered to voters, and how Labor took the seat from the Liberal Party.
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