Anthony Segaert

Student Journalist

Location icon Australia

I'm an 18-year-old aspiring journalist with a passion for #auspol, education, Economics, History and French. Studying a BA/Advanced Studies (International and Global Studies) at USyd.

Portfolio

Writing - Analysis

The Sydney Morning Herald
04/03/2016
Why we need laptops in classrooms

The outgoing head of the prestigious Sydney Grammar School, John Vallance, has said laptops aren't necessary in the classroom. As a year 11 student that uses my laptop for learning and work everyday, I am dumb-founded by the move.

The Sydney Morning Herald
04/24/2015
'Some day we will understand': Moment of clarity at Gallipoli for NSW students

A NSW student on the schools tour of Gallipoli kneels in front a grave stone at Shrapnel Valley Cemetery. Photo: Carsten Koall As we arrive at the top the Nek on the Gallipoli Peninsula, it is hard to miss the incredibly vast natural beauty surrounding us - the clear blue sea leading to Lemnos, to the colourful trees in the ridges.

The Sydney Morning Herald
04/18/2015
Lessons to be learnt from the Anzac legend

Year 10 student Anthony Segaert has mixed feelings about the lessons Anzac Cove might offer. Photo: Alamy It is an understatement to say that I'm looking forward to travelling to Gallipoli, tracking the footsteps of the Australian and New Zealander soldiers who landed there to fight 100 years ago.

The Global Panorama
04/27/2014
New Caledonia Restricts Democratic Voting to Long-Term Residents

There's fierce debate in New Caledonia over who should be allowed to vote in upcoming provincial elections, all due to an old agreement. NEW CALEDONIA - A United Nations (UN) convoy has been deployed to the Pacific Island of New Caledonia following strong debate over who should be allowed to vote in the nation's upcoming...

Writing - Breaking News

The Global Panorama
03/24/2015
Germanwings flight 4U9525 crashes in French Alps, 150 feared dead, rescue operations underway

Germanwings flight 4U9525 with 150 people on board, has crashed in the French Alps DIGNE, FRANCE - A Germanwings airplane has crashed in the Southern Alps of France, with 144 people on board, including six crew members. French President Francois Hollande has given a media conference, saying the "conditions of the accident are not yet clear but...

The Global Panorama
01/07/2015
BREAKING: Fatal shooting in Paris magazine headquaters

Ten people have been fatally shot in a satirical news website's headquarters in Paris. Live updates below. PARIS - At least 12 people have been killed and five people critically injured by masked gunmen in the Paris headquarters of a French satirical magazine publication.

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