Julia Bell

Articles by Julia Bell

July 10, 2022

Schoolyard Star Crossed Lovers

  14-year-old me could have never imagined that I would be playing Juliet in a production of ‘Romeo and Juliet’ by William Shakespeare. Okay,...
By Holly Bramble
December 14, 2022

My grandmother and her village

In 1939, my grandmother-to-be was taken to Hang Gee, a not-so-mountainous Hakka settlement of southern Guangdong. It was a world away from the bustle ...
By Long Yin KO
December 21, 2022

Australia’s largest sensory recreational facility enters Sydney’s West

Sydney’s West has recently opened activateCentral – Australia’s largest culturally responsive sensory and therapy-informed recreational faci...
By Julia Bell
February 13, 2024

Build communication skills with the help of the WSU Library

Read how adults can better build communication skills with the help of books in the WSU library! ...
By Julia Bell
March 25, 2024

You’re not always fine and that’s okay 

Being honest with your feelings will make you stronger, despite the struggle...
By Jasmine Kaur
March 28, 2024

Maths is getting harder, and families are struggling.

Frustration with maths is something that many people experience, but high schoolers are often left alone in their struggles. ...
By Julia Bell