This year I’ve undertaken a few journalism subjects, in which I have had to find and create stories for the UOWTV page. These stories have had to include filming and photographing certain areas and events, which lead me to my questions on whether or not I was actually allowed to film and photograph these strangers. […]

The cinema, for me, is a place I go to pass some time. Whether it be taking my little cousins, or going on a date with my boyfriend, or just out with some friends to see the latest flick. My favourite thing about the movies is probably the popcorn, but a close second would definitely […]

For a while now, I’ve been meaning to eat better and live healthier, and MARK320 gave me the nudge to do so. What better way to start? Upon researching why living healthier is beneficial to society, and myself, it is clear that the only reason to do so isn’t just ‘weight loss’. According to Charlotte […]

In approaching my mother about her wondrous journey of the internet, she laughed. “Shouldn’t you be talking to your father about that?” (At this time my father was on the internet in the same room, so his input was also valued). Upon asking my parents if they remembered what it was like when the internet […]

“Give me a word, any word, and I show you that the root of that word is Greek.” *Gus Portokalos voice* “Ethnography comes from the Greek word enthos which means ‘folk people, nation’ and grapho which means ‘I write’.” The word Ethnography can be described as ‘virtually any qualitative research project where the intent is […]

The Television was introduced to homes in Australia in 1956. Since then, a lot has changed. TVs began as black and white boxes that took up a quarter of the living room – now they’ve evolved into curved flat-screens that take up the entire living room wall. The Television isn’t as much of a privilege […]

Introduction If you’ve been here before – and it’s more than likely most of you have, then you’ll know almost all there is to know about me. I’m Lauren, and I’m a second year Communications and Media/Journalism student. I’m majoring in Marketing – and if you’ve ever thought of doing the same, then don’t. If […]

Brain Tumours, and brain cancer is something that I’m sure we’re all aware about, but it’s something that not everyone would have a full grasp on. Many people are still oblivious to the fact that brain cancer is one of the most lethal yet understudied of all cancers. Brain cancer is the leading cancer killer […]

I haven’t been working in retail for too long, but I have been working in customer service jobs for most of my teenage life, and let me tell you this: It isn’t easy. I remember the first time someone screamed at me, I was only 15 at the time, and it was because her child […]

Oliver Ivaneza was diagnosed with a Grade 2 Brain Tumour in 2007. Since that date, he has had the tumour grow back seven consecutive times, worsening each time. He has undergone eight surgeries, and is set to begin Chemotherapy again in June. He currently attains a Grade Four tumour in his brain stem. He was […]

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