University of Melbourne Magazine

Can Ronny Chieng and a new generation of comedians rekindle a University tradition that began with Barry Humphries?

Issue 2, 2014

Audette Exel has deployed her skill in global finance to help the poor in the world’s remotest areas.

Issue 2, 2014

Meet alumna Rebecca Hossack, owner of the Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery in London.

Issue 2, 2014

The freedom, creativity, autonomy, excitement and fulfilment of street and public art capture alumna Kaff-eine’s attention, and her heart.

Issue 2, 2014

From Pompeii and Herculaneum to the Melbourne Now exhibition, here are five key moments in street art history.

Issue 2, 2014

University of Melbourne researcher Professor Alison Young discusses why street art is so popular in Melbourne.

Issue 2, 2014

The University Athletics Club is about to mark 125 years of success, all the way to Olympic glory.

Issue 2, 2014

The University has a long and proud involvement with the Olympic movement. Students, alumni, staff and club members have represented Australia at the Games on some 140 occasions.

Issue 2, 2014

Professor Peter Bossaerts freely admits that he is considered something of an oddball in the world of finance and economics, but his radical ideas could help solve some of the world’s biggest financial issues. Val McFarlane meets him.

Issue 2, 2014

One student is determined to be on Sydney Harbour to experience a fierce contest.

Issue 2, 2014
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