I knew my parents had kept them on our old family computer, but I had completely forgotten about them until recently when I was given a hard drive with a copy of all the files.
Playground Politics is new Glass series about political groups on QUT campuses,…
One of the many awards the university gives out each year is the QUT Budding Entrepreneur Scholarship, which is specifically awarded to budding student entrepreneurs who have shown a drive and passion for the pursuit of entrepreneurial success.
“It’s scary because it’s someone real and it’s not an assessment scenario”: An Interview with Vermilion Records
If you endure the blistering wind tunnels of Musk Avenue and climb to the highest bloody level of the tallest bloody Z9 tower, what will you find? Some groovy cool cats who are working hard to make the wishes of music artists in the QUT community come true.
I recently had the chance to meet some of the members of the newly formed Queensland branch of Students Against Placement Poverty. We talked about the issues students face when forced to undertake mandatory, unpaid placements and what we can do to change the system.
Troy-AnthonyBaylis is an Adelaide-based artist whose work intertwines themes like music, pop culture, queerness, indigeneity, sexuality, and art history.
“There’s the classic ‘revolutionary’ that doesn’t actually mean revolutionary”: An Interview with Dublin Rose
Dublin Rose is an emerging Aussie indie music artist with pop and folk flavours spicing up her music.
Briana is a Brisbane-based country singer-songwriter, and the lead singer of the Briana Dinsdale Band. She is blazing a trail for young Australian country music artists.
QUT is home to over a hundred clubs and societies that create fun events for entertainment and networking purposes all year round. And the QUT Film Club is one of them.
Describing themselves as “an exciting, young duo cooking music in Brisbane's crowded apartments”, Day Off are releasing vibrant, genre-meshed tracks that are the perfects sounds to get lost in.