No·men·cla·ture is an online magazine showcasing the work of new and emerging writers enrolled in the Online Journalism program at the University of Technology, Sydney. Stay a while. Browse the category archives to the right to read our stories.
Or perhaps start here, with Chris Paver’s Prize-winning investigation into the culture of the NSW Police Force and how it impacts on officer’s mental health. Sandra Fonseca finds out exactly what a weekend living on the street is really like.
Marea Martlew and Shireen Baguley each take the temperature of our environment in stories exploring the future of E-Waste management and the untapped powers of carbon, respectively. Lisa O’Brien finds that quarter-life crises are nowhere near abating in the current economic climate, though perhaps getting career advise from the television isn’t quite so weird as it sounds, as Melanie Macfarlane discovers.
What about peeking into the bedroom’s of Sydney musicians, or enjoying the vinyl record revival? Ozlem Eskicioglu and Andrew Brown take you there. The web is awash with Olivia McDowell’s grammar Nazis and and Tim Lorkovic’s Anonomous lobbyists. And that is only the beginning. Chart 1000 hours of daylight, meet with a champion deaf basketballer, and be moved by a heart-rending rumination on loss. And still that isn’t everything.
So come on in and enjoy what some of the best new writers at UTS have been working on.
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