Student News
24 July 2017
 
Meet the new Quad squad
Last Friday, we were blessed twice over with the addition of two beautiful new trees to our Quad – Jacaranda 2.0 and an Illawarra flame tree. Check out their adorable birth announcement. [Artist's impression by bronwyn-litera.com]
Sex and consent: what you need to know
How to settle into student life
Welcome to all our new students! We look forward to meeting you at Orientation events over the next two weeks. If you’ve just moved to Sydney, be sure to read our tips on settling into student life and getting over that unavoidable homesickness.
Your guide to LinkedIn
Have you given much thought to LinkedIn? Just because you’re a student doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be on there. Find out how to create a premier profile, even if you don’t have heaps of industry connections or experience. While you’re at it, register for the Graduate Jobs and Internships Fair on 3 August.
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Study Hub
Enhance your skills, build your future
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Extracurricular

Life outside the classroom

  • See the Stanford Cardinals take on the Rice University Owls as the exhilarating all-American experience that is college football hits our shores on 27 August – with a massive 40% discount on tickets exclusively for Sydney Uni students. Claim yours now!

  • Want to learn how to screen print? Don’t miss a free workshop on 27 July at the Sydney College of the Arts. While you’re there, check out the dot, dot, dot […] exhibition, open until 29 July. You can also attend a curatorial tour of the exhibition on 26 July. 

  • Travel through 50 years in the life of our amazing International House, in an art and history exhibition that celebrates the college’s golden anniversary. Open until 28 July.

  • Forget Splendour – we’re hosting the Festival of Urbanism from 31 July to 12 August. We’re bringing in all the experts, with a packed program of talks, panels, films and exhibitions.
Dates for your diary
  • 26 July Sydney Ideas – Climate change in the city
  • 27 July Outside the Square – Are humans the only beings that matter?
  • 27 July Welcome to Sydney Party
  • 31 July Sydney Ideas – The films of Mohamed Al-Daradji
  • 31 July – ODay
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Research Hub
Academics making waves
  • If you ever had to endure orthodontic braces, you’ll want to read this.

  • Our researchers are developing a program to help bystanders intervene in instances of disability harassment. All students are invited to participate in a short interview, regardless of whether you live with a disability or have witnessed harassment. Send us an email to find out more.
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