She wasn’t in it for the money but the media vilified her... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pCkL9UlmCOE&t=15s The New York Times’ effort to explain the story also revealed a deeper issue with Journalism and the modern advances in social media; Journalism’s Chinese whispers. If you’ve ever played Chinese whispers with a group of friends you’ll know it never ends … Continue reading Chinese Whispers in Journalism
Between the busy tourists and the congested roundabout sit a small Café espresso. Very few people know that, that man who owns the café also owns the ‘I Draw Childhood Cancer’ Facebook page. Not only is Angus Olsen talented in making what many say are the best coffees in Katoomba, he has also gathered … Continue reading I Draw Childhood Cancer | Angus Olsen
JRNL102: Emotional History Emotion: Happiness and a little Relief The beautiful game played all over the world and supported by millions. 16 year old George a crucial part of Sydney United's success Recounts his favourite game out of the 9 years he's been playing. In: 'After the match, in the change rooms...' Out: '...relief and … Continue reading The Beautiful Game
UniLife held a Stress Less Week where every day different activities where hosted around the UOW campus form May 28th to June 1st to de-stress many students undergoing their exam period. The highlight activities during the week included; Badminton on the Lawn, a Macramé Workshop, a Silent Disco, The Handball Competition and on Friday concluded … Continue reading Stress or No Stress, UniLife’s Stress Less Week was a great experience for all UOW First-years.
The State MP for Keira, Ryan Park was put into submission by the Illawarra community. Many residents gathered for a public meeting on Monday 28th of May at the Wollongong Tennis Club to address the poorly run South Coast Rail Lines As a result of the public meeting, within the next 12 months the Illawarra … Continue reading State MP strong armed by the Illawarra community to make new improvements along the South Coast Line.