Residents of The Women’s College within the University of Queensland enjoy academic advantages, a sense of sisterhood and a wide variety of extracurricular activities.
For motorsport athlete Madison Dunston, being a SuperUte competitor in a cut-throat race is the ultimate day at work.
Madison O’Shea is a Cosplay enthusiast, or, as is known among her community, a Cosplayer. It’s a performance art that is about dressing in costume, using your creativity, and having fun.
Being diagnosed with breast cancer is a tough knock, but there’s a silver lining in the form of the love shown by family and friends determined to ease the blow.
A fundraiser not just for the young and young at heart, but all businesses, schools, community groups and individuals are encouraged to purchase a set of Bandi Bear ears, host a morning tea or arrange a free dress day in order to raise funds that will remain 100% local.
“How did your time in Townsville set you up for success? I had plenty of practice doing Emergency Broadcasting with cyclones and flooding in Townsville and North Queensland!”
“My motto is live for today as you never know what tomorrow will bring.”
” Studying Journalism and Marketing also helped set up our fashion label for success — Nikki and I don’t have to hire anyone for this as we both studied Marketing. As well as designing together, we do all of our own media releases, campaigns and influencer programs.”