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Fulltime sexual assault counsellor for ANU

Fellatio and rape euphemisms formed the basis of chants at Australian National University's John XXIII College in March 2017. Though four male students were suspended over the incident and compulsory online consent training was introduced, ANU is proving it takes ...

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Birdy McBirdface unfurled as CQU’s new mascot

CQUniversity's new sporting mascot has been christened Birdy McBirdface, perhaps leaving the university's VC slightly red-faced. The mascot, an intense-looking pale-headed rosella, was given his cheeky name – a reference to the infamous Boaty McBoatface – following a crowd-sourced naming competition. Birdy was ...

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Battle of the brands: which uni has the best marketing?

Campus Review news editor Patrick Avenell was dismayed to see his local bus displaying an advertisement for his alma mater, Australian National University, the top-ranked university in Australia. He thought the ad, and its placement on a humble people-carrier, cheapened the university's ...

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USYD alumni help young women launch their careers

You probably wouldn't follow your careers advisor on Snapchat, but you might friend ENID Network. Sydney University graduates Nina Khoury (commerce and law) and Adriana Stefanatos (commerce) created the network: an all-female careers advice and networking platform for high school ...

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UTS goes logo-loco

UTS wanted its look to match its "authentic, creative, energetic, open and entrepreneurial" lean. The result? A new, unboxed logo: UTS is emblazoned in bold font on a background of red, blue, black, white and grey bubbles. Its previous logo was, ...

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Students turn backs on Mike Pence

On Twitter, United States vice-president Mike Pence proclaimed he was “proud” to address the University of Notre Dame’s 2017 graduating class. But his pride may have evaporated when an estimated 100 students left as he commenced his speech at the prominent ...

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