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The Swanston Rundown

by The Swanston Gazette

A weekly news podcast from The Swanston Gazette, RMIT University's entirely student-led publication. Each week we bring you the biggest news headlines and deep-dive into a few issues that need a bit more unpacking. Our April edition will be hosted by Ruby Littler, Elisha Walker and Isabella Chambers - bringing their special interests of news, student life and fashion to this month's podcast. Produced by Adam Miller.

We change our hosts up every two months so that all our contributors can be involved. If you'd like the chance to present on The Swanston Rundown, send us an email!

Available on Spotify.

Meet our hosts for
April & May

Each episode, our hosts are tasked with researching, writing scripts and presenting. They strive to make the latest news and headlines accessible to our predominantly young, student audience.


Ruby Littler

News Editor

Ruby is our podcast's political expert. Bringing you the latest news headlines, Ruby leads us into the week's main feature story.


Elisha Walker

Student Life Editor

Filling us in on campus and education news, Elisha keeps us well informed about local culture and events that get us by as Melbourne students.


Isabella Chambers

Fashion Editor

It's all things fashion with Isabella. Spicing up our weekly podcast with the latest in fashion, Isabella discusses news, culture and the politics of style.


Meet our Producer

Adam Miller

Sport Editor

Each episode, Adam helps out our presenters by securing a recording space and equipment. As well as piecing it all together and doing the final edit.

Want to be one of our presenters or our producer for June & July?

We change-up these roles every two months to give everyone the chance to have a go! Get in touch if you would like to be part of The Swanston Rundown.

Thanks for submitting!




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The Swanston Gazette acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land we work, learn and live on, the Wurundjeri and Boon Wurrung Peoples of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respect to elders past, present and emerging. 

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