The telling of a young asylum seeker’s journey from Afghanistan at the launch of a justice book has poignantly illustrated the rationale for its publication.
An Avondale lecturer has received an award for service to African communities through the work of a charity operating the world’s largest civilian hospital ship.
The first published review of literature has seen The Wall Street Journal name an Avondale academic as the world’s “most-published authority” on the stitch.
Poems by Avondale creative writing students appear alongside those by professionals in a published anthology co-edited by one of Australia’s leading contemporary poets.
Three refugees shared stories of courage and hardship during a campaign by students at Avondale to protest the detention of children seeking asylum in Australia.
Students from Avondale College of Higher Education are launching a campaign this month to protest the government’s detainment of children seeking asylum in Australia.
Avondale College of Higher Education has affirmed its commitment to excellence by honouring its consistent achievers, several of who received multiple academic prizes this year.
A new agreement with an English language school will make it easier for international students to study at Avondale.
James Morrison and brother John will join a former collaborator and two Avondale ensembles in concert to perform songs they first played 30 years ago.
An Avondale touch football team has exceeded expectations to win gold at the Australian University Games for a second consecutive year.