Cheered on by the Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Vice-Chancellor Professor S. Bruce Dowton, more than 1000 students from around the Asia Pacific recently attended Australia’s largest student robotics competition to put their skills to the test.
A new online training video uses practical examples, and demonstrates key steps for responding to complaints.
A Vietnamese figure skating champion is among the first group of students to commence their degree study after graduating from the Macquarie University International College.
Ever get a craving for something a little bit different for lunch? Food Truck Thursdays are sure to satisfy this session.
On World Hearing Day last week, Professor David McAlpine, kicked off an initiative to start a campaign for hearing health.
The noisy demolition works in and around E7A are soon to come to an end, just in time for a tower crane to move in.
Cymbals will crash at the next Cinema In The Park screening of the film Whiplash this Friday 26 February.
Former Prime Minister The Hon. John Howard OM, AC launched the Department of Security Studies and Criminology last week.
In the first of our staff-submitted story series, Jennifer Gili highlights the significance of the National Apology to Indigenous Australians.
The Vice-Chancellor welcomes you back for 2016 and outlines his vision for the University in the coming year.
Guinness World Record attempts, robots, black holes and Olympians feature in the first instalment of ‘Snapped on’ for the year.
Law student Karina Marlow has been offered a part time role with SBS at NITV