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.
Human rights advocate Senthorun Raj (BA(Hons) ’10 LLB ’13), talks about the marriage equality debate and different ways to recognise relationships.
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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Take look at how the technology, equipment, learning and teaching facilities have evolved dramatically since the University began 165 years ago.
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