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A Powerful Voice for Change in a Desperate World

Helplessly waiting for a small pocket of life to pull you from the brim of death is a feeling felt all too well by thousands in the world today.

The incredible feeling of endearment surges as the prosperity of saving the life of another fuels the need to donate blood. Continue reading A Powerful Voice for Change in a Desperate World


Exploring the world with new eyes

Kissed by the hidden gems of the world, travel journalists are filled with euphoric endorphin’s to share their experience with the world.

However, aspiring travel journalists at the University of Wollongong have a different outlook as to where travel journalism will take them in the midst of a revolutionized technological landscape. Continue reading Exploring the world with new eyes


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Fifty shades of what?

Fifty Shades of Grey was all the craze, first the book and then the movie. Not many people can say that they haven’t heard of it–if so, they live under a rock!

E.L James created a provocative world in print, then transformed into script. Now buildings, busses and billboards are plastered with advertising for the phenomenon.

Georgia Stjelja and I were driven to find out the opinion of UOW students on this growing phenomenon. Was it too commercialised? Too provocative? Unrealistic?

Special thanks to:

Mia, 18 (BCM)

Bob, 50 (Buisness)

Emma, 18 (BCM)

Ethan, 18 (IT)

Natasha, 18 (BCM/JRNL)

Harry, 18(BCM/JRNL)

Daniel, 18(BCM/JRNL)

Song: Elastic Heart- Sia (Instrumental/Backup song) –INTRO

           Microchip- Jason Farnham

“You blocked me on facebook”- Does that mean we are broken up?


‘Add Friend.’


This is now the new way relationships are formed, on the basis of a click of a button.

With the involvement of social media such as Facebook, Snapchat and Tinder, relationships are in danger.

Girfriends have admitted to cyber-stalking their boyfriend and their friends or even ex-boyfriends. Couples have also surrendered and given their passwords to each other–eliminating any sort of privacy.

How does this impact relationships?

Georgia Stjelja and I roamed the campus of Wollongong to stir an opinion from not only students but too leaders at the campus.

Special thanks to:

Joe, 50 (ECU Christian Club)

Paige, 18 (BCM)

Eliza, 18(BCM)

Jordan,19 (Journalism)

Luke, 19 (BCM/Law)

Declan, 19 (Journalism)

Song: Internet Friends- Knife Party (intro)
Heaven- Lensko