The scarcity of jobs, the parental disappointment, science, literature, Masters, PhDs, being Asian-Australian, money and the great Australian dream. Yen-Rong Wong invites us peek through a window into her life.
Hammers thud under a spring sky, as students strike clay and rock from the walls of Dinmore quarry. Each swing is calculated, and each clump of clay, dirt or mud searched thoroughly. They’re searching for dinosaur food: fossilised flora from the Triassic Age
During his first year in Australia, after fleeing from his home in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Mokwa faced many challenges: cultural differences, language issues, and adapting to a whole new environment. Sparked from his experience of life in a refugee camp, Mokwa had developed a keen interest in health and population health.
Earlier this year the social media world was beset with the story of Brock Turner – a swimming scholarship student of Stanford University in the US who was convicted of three counts of felony sexual assault against an intoxicated and unconscious female student.
When baby Piper arrived, Emma Howe was acing her Masters of Physiotherapy studies with near-perfect scores. Thanks to the support she received at UQ, she juggled her academic momentum with motherhood to graduate as valedictorian with a GPA of 6.59 . . .
University of Queensland marketing specialist Danielle Koopman has decided to stray from the usual mid-life crisis coping mechanisms of buying a car or travelling to Tuscany, and instead is taking on a health science degree.
G’day! Here in Brizzy we are on the verge of winter, the sun is shining, the locals are complaining that it’s cold and the shops are full of winter clothes… last time I checked it was 26 degrees. If this is an Australian, sorry ‘stralyan, winter, I could definitely get used to it.