federal jobs plan another blow to full-time students

federal jobs plan another blow to full-time students

Author: Sam Roberts On Thursday, the Morrison Government’s Job-Ready Graduate Package passed the senate with the support of One Nation and Centre Alliance. This new university funding model provides places for an additional 30,000 students by cutting government...

out for australia: 30 under 30

out for australia: 30 under 30

Author: Billie Buxton Out for Australia is the largest LGBTQIA+ organisation for students and young professionals in the country, providing you with visible role models and career mentors to help you thrive in your chosen industry. We are also here to support you...

a sensation of him

a sensation of him

Author: Rory Sorenson * Teach me your secret so I can see the way you listen to your world. Can I give you something broken? Would you fix it or remake it or just let me be? * We spoke once in a dream you had I forgot what you said when I asked you to give me a truth....

a love like you and me

a love like you and me

Author: Daniela Abriola I really shouldn’t have let my best friend set me up on a blind date. They never work out well. Not even in movies. If it can’t even work for fictional characters, why would it work for me? I don’t mind that I’m single, but my friends do. Just...

letters from emily

letters from emily

Author: Eli Thomas “I wish I could play the ukulele...” There was no explanation, no greeting. The letter, which had been tucked away in a box of childhood toys in a blank, unmarked envelope, didn’t start with a “hello, my name is…”. Nor did it need to.  I recognised...

top 10 modern anthems for female empowerment

top 10 modern anthems for female empowerment

Author: Molly Davidson I’m sure many of you, like me, are not immune to belting out feminist classics like Helen Reddy’s I Am Woman. Fists clenched; eyes clamped shut as we hit all the high notes with (what we believe to be) precision. When these songs were originally...

COVID-19 Series: #7

COVID-19 Series: #7

Author: Tina Tsironis 2020, for lack of a better metaphor, is an onion. A ridiculously frustrating and repetitive onion, with craploads of layers. Yes – I kind of stole this metaphor from Shrek. Sue me. (Please don’t sue me). Honestly, though – the first few layers,...

COVID-19 Series: #6

COVID-19 Series: #6

Author: Andrew Dopper “I’m not insane!” screams the hysterical man, hair plastered to his head with sweat. A psychiatrist sits him down. Momentarily calmed, the man begins talking, recounting his return to California. “At first glance, everything looked the same,” he...

how to manage your student income during a pandemic

how to manage your student income during a pandemic

Author: Alex Harvey, Money Coach Money can either make you miserable or help support the realisation of your deepest dreams. - Bari Tessler If managing a student income wasn’t hard enough, meet Rona. Rona’s here to shake up what you thought you knew and give you a...

COVID-19 Series: #5

COVID-19 Series: #5

Author: Jananie Pathiraja Content Warning: This article references eating disorders and homophobia.  In the event of a great disaster, humans go through five stages of grief. With denial comes the ignorance of the ongoing global change - until it is shoved right under...