For three hectic weeks – around 40 Griffith University students had an opportunity that many reporters would envy – having access to and reporting on the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast.
In what’s thought to be an Australian first, a new school on the Gold Coast has been built exclusively for children with autism, with attention to every minor detail - including the architecture, furniture, positioning of the land, colours and even the movement of fans.
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Creativity, problem solving, and thinking outside the box has landed a third year Bachelor of Games and Interactive Design student a once in a lifetime project in the See Change Sand Tracks project, which is part of Festival 2018 and the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018).
Unlike most of her fellow nursing students Kareena Barraclough knows exactly what she was doing on November 11 in 2011; she was jumping for joy at the Broadwater Parklands because the Gold Coast had just been awarded the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
A record number of Bond University students are representing Australia in the pool at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, with five to wear the green and gold after being named in the 70-strong national squad.