The covid-19 pandemic has completely flipped the once-vibrant student culture of universities on its head, impacting students’ social lives and identities in various ways. (more…)
Completing a bachelor of laws (LLB) is only the first of several lengthy, expensive steps towards qualifying as a lawyer.
A hall usually full of sweaty athletes will now be filled instead by students and staff with sleeves rolled up, ready for their jabs.
Relieve your financial woes by working online from home.
Wits Journalism takes its next big stride in African journalistic research and innovation.
As part of an initiative to raise funds for rural Eastern Cape schools, a Wits University graduate is walking from Braamfontein to Dutywa over 20 days.
Two Wits University music students are releasing a new EP that is exclusively written, recorded and produced by themselves in their home studio.
Playing electric guitar and writing music are my outlets for helping me cope with bouts of self-doubt and anxiety. (more…)
Digital arts honours student is making a name for himself in the South African cosplay community and has dreams of competing internationally.
The students are learning how to incorporate African-themed visual storytelling into the creation of comics.
2021 marks a first in Wits history, as first-years start the academic year without physically being on campus.