Using the law for social transformation

Khatija Thomas’ family moved to Adelaide from Port Augusta when she was seven, to seek better work and education opportunities. The smaller community would always remain […]

Leading the law

On the wall in the office of Luke Cornelius APM (LLB ’99) is a picture showing a dog and a cat sheltering under an umbrella while […]

An advocate for the arts

Peter Goers OAM (BA(Hons) ’78) is an actor, director, reviewer, former academic and host of the ABC’s Local Radio program, The Evening Show, which broadcasts throughout […]

Life beyond the ward

When Jessie Yang returned to China in 1997 after training for two years in the Singapore health system, she was brimming with passion to improve Chinese […]

Cultural champion

Intercultural understanding is in Jonathan Tan’s blood, but it is his appreciation of the fundamental needs of people regardless of race that has set his career […]

Reclaiming Life

Frightened and sometimes shamed by the open wounds and misery of people with advanced stages of cancer and other diseases, rural village people of northern India […]

Igniting imaginations

If “a book is a device to ignite the imagination” then Flinders University alumna Zainah Rahmiati has set alight an inferno by establishing a successful community […]

Life behind the silver screen

At the age of 16 Dr Scott Hicks enrolled in a Bachelor of Arts at Flinders University, where he discovered the doorway to what became his […]

The scene setter

A three-year lead time gave emerging playwright Phillip Kavanagh plenty of time to speculate about the response to his newest work, Deluge. While his previous form […]