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Jordyn Beazley —

Jordyn Beazley

Jordyn Beazley is a student journalist with the Centre for Advancing Journalism at the University of Melbourne. She has written for The Citizen, ABC Melbourne, and The New Daily. Jordyn currently works for an aid and development organisation dedicated to helping children.

Splendour in the Grass, 2019. (Image: AAP/Regi Varghese)

Millennials to ScoMo: the future is ours, so it'd be good to have a say in it

As Australia looks to a post-coronavirus future, a young Australian asks: can we have a say in what's next for the country?

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'Life is shapeless and bland — and I'm still not sure about the app'

A young Australian struggles with life under lockdown and reckons with the future of a world in pandemic.

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'Why does our government listen to experts about the virus, but not climate?'

A young journalism student writes about what has changed during the time of coronavirus, and what it means for her future.

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'Three of my four housemates have lost their jobs.' Waiting for the Great Snap Back

Young people are feeling the pinch of the coronavirus lockdown, with casual jobs lost and career opportunities put on hold. But could there be some positives to come out of this crisis?