2021 Sydney University Student Anthology

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Earth Cries Book Trailer

This year, the Sydney University Anthology project released Earth Cries, a thought provoking collection of stories and artwork tackling the topic of climate change. From peaceful conservation movements in India to protesting alongside Greta Thunberg in Stockholm, Sweden, Earth Cries images the future destruction of our world if we don't take measures to slow global warming, and describes in beautiful detail the struggles Australia has recently faced through floods, fires and covid.

Thinking About Networks

In this years’ student anthology project, we want you to flex your creativity in exploring the idea of networks and what they mean to you. Get thinking about some unique ways networks operate across the world on a global scale and on a smaller, more personal level. Here are some creative prompts to get you inspired about the different interpretations of networks.

Q&A with ‘All for a Promise’ author Vrishali Jain

Vrishali Jain is a talented writer who has written for the last two anthologies and for various radio channels in India. Originally from Kanpur, India, she now calls Sydney home, busily working as a producer at SBS Hindi. 'All for a promise' is an inspiring tale of a community-led tree conservation movement in New Delhi. Her story chronicles the courageous women who fought against the destruction of the forests. The Chipko movement became well known for the peaceful protest, of women creating physical barriers and hugging the trees.

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