The terrorist attack in Paris, Queensland election politics, getting children to eat their vegetables, and historical accuracy in film-making are among the stories that featured ACU in the news last week.
Eat my vegies? You and whose army?
Herald Sun, 7 News, Prime 7 News, 10 News
Interview with Kevin Donnelly about teaching and education standards
Students tap into better rates
Islam, blasphemy and free speech: a surprisingly modern conflict
The Conversation, Newsday, the Idaho Statesman, Waterloo Record, The Oakland Press
Interview with Lazar Stankov
ABC Radio AM
Standing up for liberty in Paris as French eschew politics of fear
Interview with Jim Bright about voicemail
ABC Melbourne Webcast
Interview with Prof. John Nethercote about Qld election
612 ABC Brisbane Drive
Should we see fixed four-year terms for Qld?
Expect LNP to survive swing
Good and bad news for LNP
Evolution the jewel in God’s crown
Sydney Morning Herald letters
Ridley Scott battles with the essence of the Exodus
ACU to open overseas study centre in Rome
Rise of the Great Reformer: Austen Ivereigh and the Making of Pope Francis