Quentin Dempster (left) and Kevin Rudd (right) during their zoom call on Thursday 10 June for The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre and ABC Friends SA/NT presentation on disinformation. Continue reading “Murdoch is a cancer on democracy” former PM Kevin Rudd discusses disinformation and print media in Hawke Centre conversation
UniSA’s unique cabaret course provides students with a performance opportunity to revel in the community aspect of cabaret. Continue reading Community a key component of cabaret applied in UniSA’s 2021 cabaret showcase
National Reconciliation Week is celebrated across Australia between May 27 and June 3 each year. OTR Contributor Tabitha Lean discusses why this year, she’s had enough. Continue reading Reconciliation Week: Insanity or Hope?
2020 was truly a year of unpredictability, but these journalism students prevailed, carrying hope and confidence into an unforeseen graduate landscape. Continue reading 2020’s graduate landscape: OTR’s hopeful uni-leavers
Live performance is a pivotal part of the creative industries and is taught as such at UniSA, with events such as their upcoming Creative Festival going ahead. Continue reading Forging our artistic future: UniSA Creative Festival
Whether it be the amount of business cards in your wallet or your number of connections on LinkedIn, here are five tips to help you expand your networks at university. Continue reading Why should I bother with networking at university?
nternships, travel, connections, and taking advantage of each opportunity can help students make the most of their university degrees. Continue reading Ps might get degrees, but you should still make the most of university
Exploring the effect COVID-19 has on individuals, Disruption Theatre’s ‘Mosaic’ is a celebration of strength in diversity despite isolation Continue reading Review: Disruption Theatre offers innovative live performance in ‘Mosaic’
UniSA is taking a forward-looking approach to offer an inclusive, safe, but challenging space to think about the roles culture plays in notions of femininity, masculinity, gender, sexuality, and identity. Continue reading UniSA students to study gender, sexuality and representation
UniSA has just launched its Ally Network, a step towards creating a culture that supports sexual and gender diversity within the university. Continue reading University of South Australia & the Rainbow Club announce Ally Network