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As UNSW’s longest running student publication, Tharunka is the political, social and cultural journal for all students on campus.

Founded in 1953, this student newspaper calls a spade a spade, shoots from the hip, and isn’t afraid to make enemies in its quest for honesty, honour and humour.

If you have an interest in journalism then pick up this paper playmate published monthly during semester, or, if you’ve got an issue that you want to speak up about, send in an article and use Tharunka to spread the word.

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