ACU in the media 12-18 January 2015

ACU in the media 12-18 January 2015

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

Students receiving offers to enrol at ACU for 2015, counselling services for students on campus, the Pope's upcoming climate change encyclical, and the fate of two Australians on death row in Indonesia are among the stories featuring ACU in the media in the last week. 

Poll-eve ad ban faces own blackout

The Australian

12.01.15

116,845

Million march in Paris with not a dog-whistle between them

The Conversation

13.01.15

n/a

45% of children are fussy eaters

GWN 7 Perth

13.01.15

58,000

Close twins finish HSC with similar results

Liverpool Leader

14.01.15

57,681

Our chance to cheat death

The Australian

14.01.15

116,854

Student number keeps growing

The Australian

14.01.15

116,854

Climate-change encyclical may lay ground for UN to make real progress

Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, Ballarat Courier, New York Times, L’Osservatore Romano, Kairos, ABC News 24

14.01.15

126,510 +

Creativity in schools sounds good – so what’s the hitch?

The Conversation

14.01.15

n/a

New degrees on offer in 2015

Sydney Morning Herald

15.01.15

853,380

Similar … but different

Sydney Morning Herald

15.01.15

126,510

Not on your lonesome

Sydney Morning Herald

15.01.15

126,510

Act ‘covers religious offence’

The Australian

15.01.15

309,040

Understanding Muhammad: we need a more informed approach

The Conversation, The Otago Daily Times

15.01.15

n/a

Embrace uncertainty

Sydney Morning Herald, The Age

17.01.15

466,194

More supply than demand

Campus Morning Mail

16.01.15

n/a

Study in Rome with ACU

Catholic Leader

18.01.15

13,000

Heeding the call for more care

Daily Liberal – Dubbo

15.01.15

3,626


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