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Communications at the UNSW School of the Arts & Media ranked in top 100 in world subject rankings Article - Posted on 7 August 2018

Communications at the UNSW School of the Arts & Media has maintained its position in the top 100 in the latest Shanghai Ranking's Global Ranking of Academic Subjects 2018.

Detainee Behrouz Boochani's book defies the confines of Manus Island Article - Posted on 6 August 2018

At the launch of his book at UNSW Sydney, Manus Island detainee Behrouz Boochani explained to the audience - via Whatsapp - that the creative process of writing empowered him to retain his humanity.

Meet Isabella Loong: Music and Education student with a passion for Electronic Music Article - Posted on 26 July 2018

Isabella Loong is the sonic composer and producer from sydneyandstreet.

Thomas Keneally hosts UNSW creative writing masterclass Article - Posted on 23 July 2018

Australian author Thomas Keneally hosts UNSW Creative Writing masterclass.

Indigenous students flock to the Nura Gili Winter School Article - Posted on 23 July 2018

The week-long residential program helps students prepare for enrolment in university.

Acting for the UNSW Aspire Program Article - Posted on 23 July 2018

The UNSW Aspire program is looking for some keen actors.

What Russians think of Australia and how cinema can help In The Media - Posted on 19 June 2018

UNSW School of Arts and Media Professor Greg Dolgopolov discusses the power of film between Australia and Russia via SBS News.

UNSW researchers awarded $4.3m in latest ARC funding round In The Media - Posted on 15 June 2018

UNSW Sydney researchers have secured more than $4.3 million for nine projects across various disciplines in the latest round of Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage Grant funding.

Sydney Film Festival: Around the world in 48 films Article - Posted on 14 June 2018

Review of the top film picks of 2018 Sydney Film Festival.

Shock horror: screens may not be ruining your children after all In The Media - Posted on 14 June 2018

If your children aren’t sleeping, or doing their homework, or getting enough exercise, the stories that dominate the media would have you believe it is because they are glued to a screen.