Peter Davidson's childhood illness, life experiences, and living bequest.
James Curran, the lecturer who makes a difference.
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Sister joined brother to document an African permaculture project that turned a struggling village into a self-sufficient community.
Simon Greiner’s casual doodle of The New Yorker magazine’s mascot ended up on the cover of the iconic masthead.
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Meredith Owen graduated with a dentistry degree and a love of volunteering.
In the 1970s, the Footbridge Theatre’s Foyer Cafe was a hotbed of intellectual life the equal of any in Greenwich Village or Paris.
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Emergency humanitarian worker, Briony Stevens, is reluctant to swap her life for the ‘real world’.
The University has launched its third Disability Action Plan.
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Personal style blogs have started to influence fashion designers. Rosie Findlay is fascinated by them.
A selection of interesting articles which have appeared in other University publications.
As early as two years of age, one in five toddlers in Australia is already overweight or obese.
In recent years, the routes children have taken to travel to Australia have become increasingly dangerous.
There are several keys to keeping lost weight off, says Associate Professor Amanda Sainsbury-Salis.
Tee tree oil has likely been used for medicinal purposes for thousands of years, writes Matt Poll.
Find out what's happening on campus and beyond with more news and event updates.
The University has partnered with Sydney Festival to celebrate the culture and ideas that make our city so unique.
Flexible coursework programs from a graduate certificate or diploma to a master’s degree are now on offer.
Join us for free evening lectures, forums and debates, as part of the Sydney Ideas program.
The University events calendar includes Sydney Ideas lectures, exhibitions, student events and much more.
University historian Julia Horne discusses new evidence on who really designed the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
The Vice-Chancellor, Dr Michael Spence, has a special message for alumni, in Mandarin..
Alumnus David Stratton discusses his life in cinema at a Sydney Connections Breakfast..
A personal reflection by donor John Hooke, highlighting the very best of the University of Sydney community.
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