Arts & Social Sciences

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A passion for community development has taken media student Jade Bae to Mumbai, where she will intern for a local NGO committed to providing quality education.

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With the rise of China delivering sweeping economic benefits, it’s time for Australia to come to grips with one of its most robust and potentially problematic relationships.

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An emotional exploration of Maori culture has secured dancer and choreographer Victoria Hunt a prestigious Helpmann Award nomination.

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A group of Australia’s most critically acclaimed dancers has performed a choreographed “thank you” to UNSW’s Creative Practice Lab.

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James Joyce’s modernist masterpiece, Ulysses, has been brought to life at Bondi as part of UNSW’s annual Bloomsday celebrations.

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Many of the 6 million children diagnosed with ADHD in the US have been prescribed amphetamines as a treatment, which can lead to addiction and overdose, warn Pieter Cohen and Nicolas Rasmussen.

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The salary gap between men and women in NSW is narrowing, according to the second annual report on the status of women released at UNSW today.

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The decision to dismantle the provision of ESL services in government schools could have permanent and irreparable damage, write Chris Davison and Michael Michell.

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While the Australian arts scene is healthy, there needs to be more cultural diversity and recognition for the arts in general, writes William Yang.

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The threat to national security posed by cyber espionage and hacking is real and growing. An essential first step to tackling the issue is greater public disclosure, argues Alan Dupont.