ACU in the media 11-17 May 2015

Find out the top stories that featured ACU in the news in the last week. 

What Johnny Depp's dogs say about us as humans, understanding homelessness, a new book about Thea Astley, and the acknowledgement of indigenous heritage are among the stories featuring ACU in the media in the last week. 

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DATE

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Johnny Depp’s dogs show evolving ideas of animal ‘citizenship’

The Conversation

19.05.15

n/a

A cynical fix that won’t last

The Canberra Times

11.05.15

24,765

Hands on chance for nursing students

Manly Daily

12.05.15

90,673

Artist aims to highlight a big issue

Caulfield Glen Eira Leader

12.05.15

37,797

Teen joins global volunteer network

Bayside Star, Brisbane

 

13.05.15

37,145

Visual approach to lingo learning

Hawkesbury Gazette

 

13.05.15

5,002

Interview with author Karen Lamb

RN, Books and Arts

13.05.15

51,000

Questions of society

Catholic Weekly/Catholic Leader

17.05.15

n/a

Golden Key for inspiring author

Albert & Logan News

 

14.05.15

73,536

Should commercial surrogacy be legal in Australia?

Sydney Morning Herald/ Brisbane Times

14.05.15

220,794

Labor uni plan: back to the future

The Australian

15.05.15

104,774

Why taking a gap year is a big waste of time

The New Daily

15.05.15

n/a

Interview with Dr Kevin Donnelly

Tom Elliott, 3AW Drive

15.05.15

 

Acknowledging indigenous heritage a good beginning

The Weekend Australian

16.05.15

227,486

Portrait of a Private Lady

The Courier Mal

16.05.15

197,963

Jim Bright: Leaders found on fringe

SMH/The Age Careers

15.05.15

451,144

Acceptance Speech, Honorary Doctorate Conferral ACU

Pontifical council for social communications

12.05.15

n/a

The real Melbourne downpour

Catholic Archdiocese Melbourne

14.05.15

n/a

Beware secular fundamentalism

The Conversation/Jakarta Globe

14.05.15

n/a

Boston bomber sentence shows

death penalty is always political

Eureka Street

18.05.15

n/a

ACU poetry prize

Lit Bits; The Canberra Times, Namoi Valley Independent, WA Today

16.05.15

138,184

 

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To contact MER about an upcoming media story of public interest, please contact Jen Rosenberg, ext 2513, 0407 845 634, jen.rosenberg@acu.edu.au. 
 

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