The time has come for every Australian man to take the issue of violence against women seriously, and to stand up against sexual violence in his community, writes Chloe Angyal.
UNSW student Andrew Blackie is heading to China to compete in the finals of an international language competition that will be broadcast to an audience of 20 million.
After the latest boat disaster, the coalition and the Greens must rethink their position, writes Clive Kessler.
The largest study ever undertaken in Australia to investigate the production and consumption of recycled water will be led by the Journalism and Media Research Centre.
Gina Rinehart will face a journalistic workforce with a history of pushing back against attempts to interfere with journalism, writes David McKnight.
The Prime Minister is selling the Schoolkids Bonus as extra help for families, but is it good policy, ask Peter Whiteford and Gerry Redmond.
The heart of Irish Sydney, Bondi Beach, will become the centre of annual Bloomsday celebrations for the first time this weekend at an event hosted by UNSW.
The ethics of the way the mainstream media deals with sex workers has undoubtedly helped papers sell a skewed perception of the Thomson affair, writes Catharine Lumby.
The media has neglected the impact of the Craig Thomson saga on the Abbott-led Opposition, writes Jo Coghlan.
Artist and PhD candidate, Baden Pailthorpe, has been awarded a national grant to curate a new media exhibition exploring military technologies.