While Giles has since moved away from his university roots of music and journalism and on towards law and union representation, he still remembers his time at Curtin and the experiences that would shape his career and his life.
Troy Fuller reflects on his enjoyable time at Curtin, writing and editing for Grok, the work that the Guild did for students, topical issues during the period, and how his experiences on campus contributed to his perspective and career development.
Natalie Barr—a journalist, and one of the most recognisable faces on Australian breakfast television—reminisces about her formative years in Bunbury, travelling from the country to Perth to study journalism at Curtin (formerly WAIT), what the campus environment was like in the mid-80s, her memories of the Student Guild, and how her experiences shaper her career and who she is as a person today.
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Finlay is a current student at Curtin with a fair bit on her plate. She’s not only studying Secondary Education with a Major in English and Minor in History, but she’s also the Guild President—more precisely, she is the 50th student and fourth female to be elected in this role.
A *Four Corners Report* aired on Monday has uncovered that a Curtin University researcher provided advice on Artificial Intelligence technology being used to identify specific racial groups including Uyghurs and other minority Muslim groups.
Former WAIT student and Grok contributor, discusses her time on campus, reviewing music records, visiting the Tav, and reflects on how she was impacted by her experiences as a part of our documentation of the Guild’s history.