• Brooks on books

    Studying at Sydney was transformative for acclaimed novelist Geraldine Brooks. ‘I found my tribe,’ she says. Now she has a Pulitzer Prize and her fifth novel has just been published.

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    Human rights advocate Senthorun Raj (BA(Hons) ’10 LLB ’13), talks about the marriage equality debate and different ways to recognise relationships.

  • Bright futures

    Our alumni are leading social enterprises that are changing lives worldwide, like Pollinate Energy, which improves the lives of India’s urban poor by illuminating the slums.

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