Students at Avondale are giving up one Sunday a month to organise a family fun day as a free service to their local community.
Endless sunburnt dunes pass by as a bus speeds through the outback. Cramp creeps up a crouched leg on a boat in the Mekong River. And children play saxophones slightly off tempo in a cringeworthy performance on a crowded train in Berlin. These scenes from Avondale’s Ytravel blog give us a sense of adventure and the students who write it the fundamentals of freelancing.
The student response to Avondale’s biannual Festival of Faith is unlike any other, says a former military honour guard at the White House.
Free hot drinks during study week in Avondale Libraries, and Academic Office information about enrolment, equity and examinations. Updated: Wednesday, April 27, 2016.
Sharing and shaping ideas: that’s the purpose of TK, a new online magazine of news, reviews and perspectives, produced by Avondale College of Higher Education, Signs Publishing and Manifest.