Our journalists are students in the undergraduate and postgraduate media programs at the University of New South Wales, Sydney (Bachelor of Media; Master of Journalism and Communications). They study journalism, film making, arts reviewing, public relations and advertising. Their reports offer fresh insights into currently topical events, while also delving into some issues which have escaped the attention of other media outlets.
They come to their journalism from a wide diversity of backgrounds, both cultural and geographic, and bring this diversity to bear as they report, analyse and sometimes comment.
Mahnaz is a Journalism Masters student, part-time interpreter, refugee advocate and self-proclaimed comedian.
Abby, a second-year communications student, is a fan of local music and true crime documentaries.
Di is a postgraduate student in public relations and advertising, from Weifang, in Shandong province, China.
Reena is a UNSW Media/Laws student. She writes, draws, fences and is obsessed with crime fiction literature.
Sarah is a Media/Law student, who currently works for The Sydney Morning Herald and dreams of owning a corgi.
A 2nd year Media (Screen and Sound Production), Lachlan is focussed on developing as a filmmaker and story teller, while continuing to provide quality videos for outside clients.
Chantelle is studying Media (Communication and Journalism) and has done work experience at Big Splash Media.
Nazla, a Media (journalism) and Law student, is a fan of alternative entertainment, always looking for a good indie artist.
Despite no coordination, Nic is still hopeful of becoming a professional cricketer. He loves musical theatre on vinyl.
Janelle is studying International Relations, Communications & Journalism, speaks Arabic and is learning French.
Anna, from Moscow, is a part-time writer and cheese lover, studying a double Masters in PR & Advertising and Design.
Dylan is studying Media (Communications & Journalism). His interests include watching reality TV, tennis and baking.
Skye is a Science/Arts student and can most readily be found lying somewhere sunny, listening to music.
A postgraduate student in Public Relations and Advertising, Wei likes painting, traveling and listening to music.