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The World Is At Your Fingertips

“It’s so integral to have a thorough understanding of the world in such a globalised society as our own”, explains Chloe Dicks, a second year student at the University of Wollongong. 260 more words


Friend Zone

I just watched this video and it is incredibly PERFECT.

To be honest this just reminded me of this one guy I was talking to for a bit and when I asked if we could just be friends first, right away he aid “no” which threw me back a bit. 283 more words


Sun-Times Publisher Jim Kirk: "How long will there be a printed paper? Don't really know that."

Jim Kirk, publisher and editor-in-chief of the Chicago Sun-Times, joins Justin at the Big Table to talk about his career in journalism, the changing landscape in media, the future of the newspaper and the challenges to be both be innovative and profitable. 9 more words

The Download

Are we swimming in the shallow end?

Lots of competition and lack of jobs, Journalism seems to have become a shallow pool for the hope driven. University of Wollongong Journalism students share with me their concerns of what’s affecting Travel Journalism today. 489 more words


Only Half the Picture - The Baltimore Riots

On the 12th of April 2015, Freddie Gray was arrested for allegedly having possession of a switchblade. A week later he was dead. His death was attributed to a spinal cord injury sustained whilst in police custody. 370 more words


What is Software Worth?

When is the value of something not its true value? When you’re adding up Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of course. That may sound ridiculous, given that the rise and occasional fall of GDP is the yardstick by which we measure how we’re doin’ as an economy. 941 more words


Journalism: Nick Gleeson

Name: Nick Gleeson

University: Swinburne University of Technology

Course: Bachelor of Arts (Journalism)

What made you decide on picking your particular course? Did you have any particular aspirations prior to VCE that helped you decide? 585 more words