Hear ye! Hear ye! Yak TV used some kind of new-fangled witchcraft called a camera to check out the College of St Crispin, UON’s own medieval recreation society, and their annual St Crispin’s Day event. There’s combat, food, crafts, and the possible death of a Yak presenter. Check it out!
Getting to the pointy end of semester can be pretty stressful. Thankfully UON hosts Stress Less week (or month?) to help us catch some respite.
The Williamtown cover-up, Australia’s gun ownership laws, and the Hunter having the best beaches in NSW are the topics for this week’s Yak Rewind. Credits: Director – Oliver Camera – Rebecca Audio – Daniel Presenter […]
Yak goes to a blood donation centre and learns about what happens when you donate and help save lives. Credits: Director: Isabelle Jones Camera: Daniel Armstrong Audio: Nick Smit Editors: Mitchell Catt, Daniel Evers
UON Pride Week celebrates the LGBTIQ+ community on campus with fun activities and informative talks and workshops. We spoke to some of the Queer Collective and students to understand the LGBTIQ+ experience at UON.
Episode four of Yak Rewind coming at ya! Giving a voice for UON students to comment on the hottest trending news, every fortnight. For more information on the stories presented today, check out the links below!
With the world in the middle of an energy crisis we are constantly looking for new ways of harvesting renewable energy. Well, Professor Paul Dastoor and his team at the University of Newcastle have developed a solar paint, and we talked to him to find out more!
This week, Yak talks with Andie and Siobhan to gain some insight into the experience of studying with a disability at UON.
Lauren covers the Asylum Seeker Welfare Cuts and the Newcastle Light Rail getting the green light.
To celebrate the diversity of the students, staff, and community members of UON, Yak had a chat with Leah Armstrong – Director of the Wollotuka Institute – to learn more about the experiences of Indigenous students at university.