Publications

ABS InfoLink


ABS InfoLink is the newsletter of Avondale Business School. It connects the school to the business community. It includes links to news about the school and links to articles about trends in business and about leadership. The school publishes the newsletter each fortnight. ABS InfoLink is distributed via email. Most content is also available on the Avondale Business School blog. Email abs@avondale.edu.au to subscribe.





Connections


Connections is the newsletter of Avondale College of Higher Education. It has been publishing announcements, news and features since 1987. Avondale’s Advancement Office publishes 28 issues of Connections during the academic year. Most content is available on Avondale’s News blog.





Jacaranda


Jacaranda is the yearbook of Avondale College of Higher Education. It welcomes contributions from students with abilities and interests in creative writing, journalism, marketing and photography. An editorial team appointed by Avondale’s Student Services Office publishes Jacaranda. Jacaranda is available only in print. Contact Student Services to order.

Orana


Orana is the photo book of Avondale College of Higher Education. The Jacaranda editorial team publishes Orana twice a year—as a booklet in first semester and as an insert in second semester. Orana is available only in print. Contact Student Services to order.

Reflections


Reflections is the alumni and advancement magazine of Avondale College of Higher Education. Avondale’s Advancement Office publishes two issues of Reflections each year. Reflections is available only in print. Selected articles are available on Avondale’s Reflections blog.





The Voice


The Voice is the student magazine of Avondale College of Higher Education. It welcomes contributions from students with abilities and interests in creative writing, journalism, marketing and photography. An editorial team appointed by Avondale’s Student Services Office publishes seven issues of The Voice during the academic year. The Voice is available only in print. Follow The Voice on Facebook.

Last Updated:10th June 2015
Updated By: Brenton Stacey