The new magazines have arrived, and are available all across Uni! Pick up the 5th edition of Globe to read about globalisation in all its forms, and its effect on groups and individuals in places the world over!
Hey everyone! Hope exams will treat y'all well! This is a correction notice for the Henry Swartz article 'Healthcare Incorporated: Dreams of
Public Healthcare in a Land Where There's None', p. 23. Due to an editorial error, the first line reads 'in a world where borders becoming meaningless'. This should actually read 'in a globalised world where borders are becoming meaningless'. The Globe editorial team apologises for this error.
What better way to greet the second half of the semester than sink your teeth into a scrumptious home baked brownie?
Globe is having a bake sale to welcome you back from mid semester break.
We will be selling cupcakes, brownies and cookies on Eastern Avenue on Wednesday 3 October....
Don’t forget to invite your friends!
Eleanor Harrison-Dengate questions the effectiveness of the Northern Territory Emergency Response (NTER) scheme in her article 'A Cause for Hope or Despair?'
Have a read on the Vibewire website.
The British government’s decision to bar the London Metropolitan University from admitting students from outside the EU will have severe repercussions.
But more importantly, it raises questions about what international students mean to universities. How do international students impact on student life and the on campus experience?
This Guardian Blog post provides excellent insight...
The SMH reports that the number of Indigenous students in higher education has increased by 40% over the past five years, but Indigenous people were still less likely to take part in higher education than their non-indigenous peers.
Do you think the 'Closing the Gap Campaign' is working?
What do you think can be done to ensure more Indigenous Australians take up tertiary education?
Article deadlines for Issue 5 are fast approaching!
So get those word documents open and write!
Globe Magazine is calling for submissions for its fifth edition! This will be the last issue this year, so don't miss this opportunity to contribute your work! Have your voice heard, and about the things that matter to you! Send your articles to
The topic for this upcoming issue is globalisation, which means a broad range of areas to look at! BUT feel free to write on other topics if you like!...
Some suggestions you can choose to write about:
-The rise of transnational cultures in the current age, and what this means for local cultures
- Neoliberalism, its place in the world, and whether it really works?
- The role of the nation-state in times of blurring borders and Globalised market imperatives
- Whether Nationalism can survive when individual and groups identities are becoming increasingly flexible and fluid?
Other topics of global concern we're interested in include:
- Hollywood vs Bollywood, what similarities and differences are there between the two?
- Human trafficking, and are global communities doing anything to stop it?
- International crime, terrorism and other transgressive behaviours on the world stage
- travelogues; tales of the global citizen
But please don't restrict yourself to these areas!, free feel to submit articles on other aspects of global significance, important to you!
Do you have a special knack for designing kick arse magazine layouts? Want some hands on experience using an industry standard design program?
If you answered yes then you’ve come to the right place! Globe is currently taking applications for layout designers!
Hit us up at email@example.com
An interesting and informative talk by Senator Carr. Do you think that China and the US can share power in the Asian region, bringing peace and security to middle-countries like Australia? Or will the region become even further polarised by competing national interests?
What's your opinion??
We've got some exciting news! We have just launched a content partnership with Vibewire, a not-for-profit-organisation committed to ensuring young Australians have access to conversations that matter.
This means you can now read some of Globe's best articles ONLINE, anytime, anywhere.
Check out this piece by Nathan McDonnell!
Globe calls on all students with creative potential and excellent organisation! Are you interested in promotion, marketing and events management? Then volunteer for Globe! Get practical experience with an up and coming student magazine, join a student community, participate, make an impact!
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