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March 2017

At the Living Library, people are the ‘books’ and share their experiences as part of the University’s diverse community. It’s an opportunity for individuals to ‘borrow’ the chance to chat with a ‘book’ about their lived experiences and challenge their own assumptions.

Nerine Corbett, a Bachelor of Arts student, is one of these ‘books’. She talks about what it’s like to live and study with a chronic illness, and why she signed up for the Living Library.



Over the past few months, I’ve been working in a team with Laurie Yutuc (Bachelor of Commerce), Vishal Uppal (Bachelor of Commerce / Science) and Megh Mankad (Bachelor of Science / Law) as part of the Hult Prize. We were challenged to create a social enterprise that could “restore the rights and dignities of 10 million refugees by 2022.”

By Anthony Makragelidis (Bachelor of Commerce/Law)



This month, Sydney Ideas presented a keynote talk by American theoretical biologist and complex systems scientist Professor Stuart Kauffman, entitled ‘Beyond physics: the emergence and evolution of life’.

Professor Kauffman is best known for his research on the origin of life, arguing that natural
selection is not the only mechanism underlying the emergence of biological systems, and that
self-organisation, a process where some global order spontaneously arises from local interactions
among components of a system, plays an essential role as well.

By Emanuele Crosato



This summer I exchanged 40 degree heat, days at the beach and a long university break with five weeks of study in Umeå, where it averaged -10 degrees, getting dressed in the morning involved rugging up in a minimum of 5 layers and where I had one of the most valuable experiences of my life. Together with 13 other Sydney education students, we travelled for over 26 hours to reach in Umeå, Northern Sweden’s largest city. On arrival we were met with knee deep snow and some of the most gorgeous scenery I’ve ever seen.

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