Feast day of St Marcellin Champagnat: Patron Saint of Students, Learning and Teaching 6 June

Saturday, June 4th, 2016

St Marcellin Champagnat is the ACU patron saint of the Students, Learning and Teaching Portfolio, and the feast day is celebrated on 6 June. Who was Marcellin Champagnat? Marcellin Champagnat was born on May 20, 1789, the year of the French Revolution, and died on June 6, 1840. He was a priest ...

Technology student works on display at Strathfield Library

Monday, December 1st, 2014

On October 23, 2014 an exhibition showcasing end of year projects created by students enrolled in TECH307: Design and Technology Internship was launched at the Strathfield Campus Library. A variety of food, resistant materials and textiles works were on display on Level 3. Technology teaching staff joined parents to congratulate students ...

Good luck with your exams!

Monday, November 3rd, 2014

We wish you Good luck with your exams! Don't forget to relax and take some time during study sessions. Have a practice with a past exam.         Image credit: ACU LIbrary www.acu.edu.au ^RF

Stamp out Stress day

Friday, October 24th, 2014

      It was Stamp out Stress day on the Melbourne Campus on Tuesday 21 October. There were lots of activities on Campus to help student de-stress as the end of semester and as exams approach including a mini pet party, cooking demonstrations by Nutrition Australia, spontaneous clay sculpting, canine cuddles, massage, ...

Recognise this @ Melbourne

Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014

On Friday October 17th in St. Mary of the Cross Square on the Melbourne Campus, a large street art project was launched. 20 ACU and RMIT students have posters of their faces up on a wall as part of Recognise This’s Paste Up, to show their support for constitutional recognition ...

You asked for more fiction: response to your survey comments

Tuesday, October 21st, 2014

In our recent survey you asked us for more fiction books - "More fiction and new release books", "Some fictional books for leisure reading", "More recreational e-reading books please." Did you know that most campus libraries have some print novels located around 820 in the shelves. They often have small “book ...

Noise and food in our libraries: response to your survey comments

Friday, October 17th, 2014

This video might make you laugh but noise and food in the Library isn’t always funny. In our recent survey lots of people told us our libraries are too noisy and we should consider banning food because of the mess it makes?! We love that you come to the Library to relax and ...

2014 ACU National Photography Competition winners

Tuesday, October 7th, 2014

Congratulations to all winners! This year's National Photography Competition theme was "the Destination or the Journey" and included a winner's gallery and a People's Choice Award. The winners for the colour category were 1st prize – Chanelle Linane from Ballarat, 2nd prize – Paul David Gibbs from North Sydney and 3rd prize ...

2014 ACU National Debating competition winners

Thursday, October 2nd, 2014

Congratulations to the Strathfield debating team who took the honors in the 2014 inaugural Strathfield National Debating competition. The National Debating competition finalists covered the controversial question "Should University Education be Free?" Christopher Duncan, Matthew O'Shea and Leo Boudib from Strathfield campus won the event, arguing that university education should not be ...

True to type

Monday, August 18th, 2014

ACU Strathfield Campus Library recently hosted an exhibition of paintings inspired by the acquisition of The Saint John’s Bible. Now visitors are being treated to a display of graphic posters designed by ARTS111 students. An exploration of typography, the students researched the influence of Modernist art movements such as Cubism, ...