Outstanding students celebrated at seventh annual UNSW Indigenous Awards Night.
UNSW Professor Jeremy Moss explains the significance of the global environmental movement, and the importance it holds on climate change.
Can we describe music in more ways than words? Can music evoke particular colours, shapes and senses?
It is the first time a UNSW student ensemble has represented Australia in the Bucharest International Jazz Competition.
Historians attribute the Coalition's election victory in 1949 to issues like bank nationalisation and the Communist Party. But the decisive issue was petrol rationing.
A new book destigmatises some of our distinctions around the use of pharmaceutical painkillers.
How do indigenous Australians embody sovereignty? UNSW PhD candidate Jessica Russ-Smith explains her research into the language of her own Wiradjuri people, and the opportunities and support afforded by the UNSW Scientia Scholarship.
The man known as the most popular professor in the world had some challenges for UNSW audiences.