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7 tips to sharpen your mind for exams

Clever tactics to eliminate stress while you study University of Sydney alumnus and mental health advocate Dr Benjamin Veness shares his tips on how to avoid stress and practice mindfulness.The pursuit of mindfulness can be an individual practice or act…

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Vice-Chancellor awarded CASE Asia-Pacific Leadership Award

Recognition of outstanding support for education and advancement The Vice-Chancellor has been recognised with a leadership award from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education. The Council for Advancement and Support of Education has announced Dr Michael Spence AC, Vice-Chancellor and…

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TalkCampus

Student life can sometimes be tough, lonely and overwhelming. If you’d like to talk to someone, you can access the TalkCampus app, an online peer to peer mental health and wellbeing support network. What is TalkCampus? The TalkCampus app provides…

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Sydney’s newest museum opens

The Chau Chak Wing Museum at the University of Sydney opens to the public on 18 November. The museum has free entry and brings together the University of Sydney’s collections of antiquities, natural history, historic photographs, cultural artefacts and art….

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Bronze Age travel routes revealed using pioneering research method

Ancient land use on the Prehistoric Silk Road Using satellite imagery and ethnographic research, University of Sydney archaeologists have reconstructed the ancient seasonal migration routes of Bronze Age herders in Xinjiang, north-western China. Archaeologists from the University of Sydney have…

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