Private school graduates, trained in the skill of arguing, make up a community struggling with diversity and inclusion.
Realising the disconnect between themselves and the broader public, young people with Dissociative Identity Disorder and other multiplicity conditions have taken to YouTube to tell their stories.
Travelling alone is a daunting prospect as a woman, but the number of independent female travellers has soared with the support networks available through social media.
More than half a century after hippies popularised LSD, scientists are expressing their own excitement for these mysterious substances and their potential as a revolutionary cure
All Kate Wilson wants is for automatic doors to do their damn job.
One body, thirty personalities, sat in front of a camera, with a lot to show. Through YouTube, individuals are dismantling misconceptions of Dissociative Identity Disorder and deepening the community’s understanding of the disorder.
Virtual influencers have taken over fashion online, now they’re getting political.
A Fabry’s patient discusses her struggles of living with a rare disease – and how unpredictable symptoms could mean life or death.
UNSW students design, manufacture and race a car every year, coping with the dangers of mirroring the processes of Formula One.
Good intentions, money, and the desire to help are the essential elements for the tourism industry. But in reality, it creates more harm than good.
Posing as activist for campaigns such as Black Lives Matter, these new age ‘influencers’ are causing mayhem over social media.
A Paralympian University student gives insight on dwarfism discrimination, staying positive, the Rio Olympics, and living in the moment.
A snippet of UNSW Redback, the student team that consists of motorsports engineers and race car drivers in the making.