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    March 26, 2015 The ultimate guide to surviving the first year of university

    Transitioning from high school to university can be tough – what with the new environment and all the unfamiliar faces. And what makes it even harder is the fact that the first year registration form does not come equipped with a survival manual, Bear Grylls style. So, after much deliberation, I’ve decided to bring to […]

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    March 23, 2015 From little things, big things grow

    Fifty years ago, a small group of students from the University of Sydney, led by Charlie Perkins, embarked upon what became known as the Freedom Rides. What followed became one of the most significant moments in the history of civil rights for Indigenous Australians. In celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the Rides, last Friday […]

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    March 17, 2015 You as Yogi – too much of a stretch?

    If the term ‘downward dog’ doesn’t conjure up an image of an extended Labrador, congratulations – you’re part of the majority of the Western World now familiar with the practice of Yoga. Yet while the idea of calmness, flexibility and strength are appealing, many tend to scoff at the mere thought of executing a Crow […]

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    Check it out: MCA Zine Fair 2015

    To our readers who are going to be in Sydney in late May and have an interest in art or publishing, listen up! The Museum of Contemporary Art is having a Zine Fair. If you’re not sure, “zine” is pronounced the same way as “magazine”, but the contents and means of production are very different. […]

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    Psychology for Dummies: Illusions

    It was a simple question that ignited the Internet: was this dress blue and black or white and gold? Simple as it was, it divided people, with some claiming that they saw one pair of colours and others claiming that they saw the other pair. The debate was eventually settled when it was revealed by […]