Student-designed mural features at Commonwealth Games’ Main Press Centre

RYAN BEDFORD A colourful shipping container mural aptly named ‘Coastlines’ will greet media as they enter and exit the Commonwealth Games Main Press Centre (MPC) at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre. Designed by Griffith student … [Read more...]

The nature of truth, hate speech and free speech

BY SAMANTHA BALDRY Professor Rae Langton, a professor in Philosophy at Cambridge University, spoke at the Integrity 20 conference today about free speech, hate speech and the nature of truth. After delivering a keynote presentation defining hate … [Read more...]

Brisbane Uni first to tackle coffee cup wastage

MARNIE CRUICKSHANK Griffith University’s Centre for Sustainable Enterprise is taking action to fight local pollution and climate change. Griffith is the first university in Australia to partner on the Simply Cups project, which aims to … [Read more...]

Integrity 20 Summit: Sarah Chayes

CASSANDRA PALMER-FIELD The annual Integrity 20 Summit is set to commence at Griffith University's Conservatorium on the 25th October. The Summit lasts for three days and involves guest speakers from around the globe examining world-wide issues … [Read more...]

Pauline Hanson: “Way Out of Touch”

JODIE DEAN A Gold Coast Islamic Society president has condemned former One Nation leader Pauline Hanson over her recent comments regarding Muslims. Ms Hanson said on this morning’s Sunrise segment that 16-25 per cent of all Muslims were … [Read more...]

Griffith leading the way in G20 involvement

BRENT ROW Griffith University will lead the way among Brisbane's tertiary institutions in its engagement with this week's G20 Leaders' Summit. Central to Griffith's G20 involvement is the University's School of Humanities Media Centre, a … [Read more...]

Freeloaders take a holiday

TESS HAHINING Each year, hundreds of millions of dollars are invested into government homes inhabited by those less fortunate. Thanks to the taxpayer’s dollar, some of society’s most vulnerable are granted this chance. But while Queenslanders … [Read more...]