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When was the last time you asked someone ‘R U OK?’

August 28, 2017


Words by: Georgina Bell, Mental Health and Wellbeing Student Ambassador “Are you ok?” This simple question can help make a difference to someone’s life. Image...


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LGBT Exclusivity – Privilege in Binary?

March 30, 2017


Maxwelle-Jane Dwyer Photo: Michael Wright Within the last 10 years, major strides in the queer equality movement have led to the increased decriminalisation of homosexuality...


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January 26: An Interview with Lynette Brown

January 25, 2017


Australia Day, Invasion Day, Survival Day, or change the day? January 26 is a day which carries very different meanings for all Australians.  Be it...


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6 Reasons #nustnatcon is an Alternate Reality

December 22, 2016


(and the NUS probably isn’t) By Nicole Gismondo: They eat paper In what is probably the most secretly coveted tradition of the National Union of...


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Advance Australia Fair? Ask the International students…

December 21, 2016


By Richa Mistry: Since becoming our national anthem in 1984, we have sung “Advance Australia Fair” countless times. Is it fair to everyone? Let’s discuss....


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Gaming is the future of learning

October 18, 2016


By Erielle Sudario: The use of games and technology to teach and engage the new learners is the way of the future, says Phil Spencer,...


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Let’s not forget about mental health, let’s keep the conversation going

September 19, 2016


By Michael Sabater: Like a solid Snapstreak, let’s keep the conversation going and encourage positive mental health. R U OK? Day is over and the...


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Why we’re affiliating with NUS

September 13, 2016


By Michael Wright: The National Union of Students (NUS) has come under criticism in recent years. In NSW, voters remain sceptical of unions, and student...


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