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.
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.
Launch appeals to fans and friends.
An art exhibition illustrates the practical nature of the communication project unit in the Bachelor of Arts.