Discover 76 years of history through the eyes of students
RMIT’s flagship student-led publication, Catalyst, has been a source of campus news since 1944. Now most issues are available to read online.
Student campaign to lead The Jakarta Post writer’s festival
Advertising students have worked with Asia’s leading English language daily newspaper, The Jakarta Post, pitching innovative digital campaigns for the paper’s annual literary festival.
Can robots write? Machine learning produces dazzling results, but some assembly is still required
Text generators like GPT-3 can produce remarkably convincing writing, but they can't do away with human supervision just yet.
The Capitol and RMIT put on a long weekend for fashion victims and film fetishes
This weekend, The Capitol and RMIT will be hosting a triple-billed event including an exclusive screening of the film ‘In Fabric’, a Q&A with the director, and a fashion masterclass.
Brett McLeod works with journalism students on homelessness week project
Channel Nine reporter and Adjunct Professor Brett McLeod partnered with third year journalism students on a homelessness project, with their stories being published on 9 News.
How diaries are evolving from personal logs to a social activity
Diary-keeping is having a resurgence, as people find it can help them during troubled times. But it can also help others. Here’s how.
Measuring COVID’s impact on Victoria’s music industry
RMIT researchers are discovering the true effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on Victoria’s hard-hit music industry by listening to workers’ experiences and ideas on how to best rebuild.
Australia’s media has been too white for too long. This is how to bring more diversity to newsrooms
The past month has shown just how much diversity in media matters. But there is no quick fix – sustained, multi-pronged initiatives are required to bring more diverse journalists into the industry.