>>HELLO EVERYONE. WELCOME TO “ON THE ISSUES.” I’M MIKE GOUSHA. THE ACADEMY AWARD WINNING FILM, “12 YEARS A SLAVE,” FOCUSED ON SLAVERY, MUCH OF THE FILM WAS SET IN THE
[00:00:00] >>[APPLAUSE]>>Good evening, and thank you so much for joining us. If you go back to 1919, 100 years ago, the presence of African Americans in higher education was negligible.
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[Applause]>>RICHARD GARRETT: Good afternoon everyone. Very pleased to be here and thanks to TEQSA for inviting me. I work for two different organisations. I’m a really employable graduate. In the
so the staff here is incredibly accommodating they seriously want us to just completely focus on school they want us to completely focus on class not work or anything so
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The President: On Friday, I traveled to Ft. Stewart in Georgia to meet with soldiers from the Third Infantry Division. These men and women have fought with bravery and honor
I’m Megan Owens and I’m studying Forensic Science and I’m on my second year. I was a full-time student at college, I was doing philosophy and law and English literature,