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Curtin Student Guild


FREE DONUTS... among other free things during O-Week and Curtin Student Guild O-Day 2018 next week

🍴 MONDAY: ...
Angazi Mini Milkshakes @ Atkinson Forum from 11am
Concept Cafe Juice @ Sculpture Garden from 10am

Concept Cafe Juice @ Sculpture Garden from 10am
Bookmark Donuts @ Upper Henderson (Pines) from 12pm

Bubble Lab Bubble Tea Giveaway @ Atkinson Forum from 11am
Concept Cafe Juice @ Sculpture Garden from 10am

Basement Cafe HSP Giveaway @ Jolley Gardens from 10am
Concept Cafe Juice @ Sculpture Garden from 10am

PLEASE NOTE - Giveaways available until ALL GONE so get down quick so you don't miss out! 🙅

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Camila Bottega
· March 15, 2016
Best place to study .. 6th floor! Quiet place with individual tables, chair and power to laptop and usb power.
Dc Green
· March 15, 2016
Hi, wonderful librarians!

Goblin Mafia Wars hits bookstores Australia-wide this April. Yay! The second book in my City of Monsters trilogy is published by Ford Street and distributed by Alliance. I’m... happy to do signings or send you free posters!

Here are a few glowing reviews for Book 1, Monster School (also still available):

‘A wild, wise-cracking ride. I loved it.’ – Ian Irvine.

‘I fell in love with the wonderful cast of monster characters. This is one book I wish I'd written … a classic.’ – Robyn Parnell, Goodreads.

‘A monster mash of hilariously epic proportions… Readers, young and old, will recognise many students/young people, with whom they have interacted and relish the humour and innate sense of justice expressed through the characters and their actions. This one will be a real winner with both boys and girls. The characters are endearing, despite their monstrous attributes and the reader becomes fully engaged with the whole adventure – and who can resist a fully grown dragon? Magnificent, dangerous and wise, Kalthazari completely dominates the climax. Highly recommended for capable readers from 10+.’ – Sue Warren, teacher-librarian.

‘Fast moving, exciting and drops information at just the right rate... Altogether, great fun, with the usual DCG mix of big-hearted weirdness.’ – Sally Odgers.

‘A mind blowing adventure with twists and turns of all kinds. Kids of all ages will enjoy this fantastic book.’ – Liam, aged 11.

‘It's a perfect choice for Hallowe'en or anytime you want a chapter book that not only grabs kids' interest with a cold, skeletal hand, but also holds promise of more books to come. With vampire mosquitos and man-eating birds, giant spiders named Bruce and an ancient dragon, Kalthazari, it's a wild, wild ride.’ – Susan Stephenson, thebookchook.

‘Jam-packed with action and adventure… From the first to the last page you'll be hooked in and barracking for PT and the Dead Gang.’ – Matt Porter, Goodreads.

‘DC Green has a truly frightening imagination… Wrapped up in grossness and humour, Monster School is a story about acceptance, tolerance and how the little people can make a difference. Hilarious and disgusting, middle-school readers will love it!’ – Claire Saxby, Aussie Reviews.

‘Set in a futuristic world where goblins rule, monsters of all kinds abound and humans are endangered, this series will be greatly enjoyed by readers from about 10 years (and their teachers and parents!). The story is fast paced, richly detailed, disgusting and funny in equal measure and there are some excellent messages about acceptance and tolerance carefully woven throughout. Enjoy! – Children’s Book Daily.

‘DC Green has created a wonderful (and a little grisly) fantasy world where humans are the endangered species. Monster School is humorous, full of twists and turns and overall the pace is slick. Importance of friendships and loyalty, acceptance and tolerance, and seeking justice, weaves its way through the action. I enjoyed Book 1 and am begging for more. Monster School won two pre-publication awards and is sure to be a winner especially with middle-school age children.’ – Helen Ross.

‘A rollicking read, filled with snappy dialogue and wonderfully witty characters that illustrator, Danny Willis, has captured to a ‘T’.’ – Jenny Mounfield, Amazon.

‘Monster School is a wildly imaginative story that is rippling with adventure, humour, blood and guts and the most barbaric line up of intriguing characters you’ll ever meet. DC Green has carved a fierce world that is sure to keep even the most reluctant reader engrossed. With interesting language, every monster you can imagine and some woven themes of friendship, trust and honour – Monster School is definitely gloriously grotesque.’ – Francine Sculli, Buzz Words.
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That feeling when you hand in your last group assignment for the semester 👌

Don't forget to visit us in Orientation Week!

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New to Curtin

Don’t wait until O-Week to start preparing for your first semester! Download our checklist now to find out what you need to do before O-Week.
Bentley students:
Online students:

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These February Bullet Journal ideas will bring out your romantic side! 🌹💘 (from Nifty)

Did you know you can loan laptops in Robertson Library and take them anywhere in the building? More info here:

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We can't wait to see new and returning students back in the Library! New to Curtin has some great tips if you're making a fresh start this year.

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New to Curtin

Is it your first time away from home, or are you a share house expert? Either way, Housing Services can help you find a place to stay:

Did you miss our live Q and A session about student life in Perth? Watch the video!

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What's studying at Curtin really like? Adam, Lian, Daniel and Morgan are here to answer your questions about moving to Perth and uni life. Add them to the comments below!

"From early childhood, we are taught that we must succeed at all costs... kindness is the engine that drives us to keep trying even after we fall flat on our face."

Research shows that kindness toward oneself, or self-compassion, could improve motivation.

It's AI Bootcamp day two in our Makerspace with Curtin University's Autism Academy and high school students. Read more about the Academy here:

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Curtin University

Are you moving to Perth to study at Curtin this year? Join our Facebook Live Q&A session on Wednesday 24 January at 5.30 pm AWST. You’ll get advice from students like Adam about making friends, getting involved in uni life and making the most of your time in Perth.

We will be closed on Australia Day. Check out this blog post for more details >>>

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Visit the Human Library™ marquee at Lower Henderson Court to
'loan a human book' for a 20-minute chat! The Human Library™ enables people, who would not normally meet, to join in respectful conversations about difference and diversity.

Feb 20 - Feb 23Explore CurtinBentley, WA, Australia
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We're back! Happy 2018! Just a reminder that we are operating on the reduced opening hours of 9am-5pm until Friday 5 January.

As part of FORM 2016, Robertson Library's walls were transformed into a canvas. Italian street artist Millo painted on the south side and Russian street artist Rustam Qbic painted on the north side. #curtin50years #throwbackthursday

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