Welcome to the last issue of Tharunka for 2014.
In more ways than one, it’s the end of an era for UNSW, as we bid farewell to outgoing Vice-Chancellor, Professor Fred Hilmer, who will retire in early 2015 after spending nine years in the top job
Even as a Test cricketer, Phillip Hughes’ dream never changed.
A working class, country kid in the mould of McGrath and Bradman before him, Hughes long harboured the humble goal of running an Angus stud cattle farm after the conclusion of his professional cricketing career.
By Tina Giannoulis
No matter how far feminism has taken us, Broad City is a game changer for women in the media. Lead by comedic writer-performers Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer, the show runs like a version of Fight Club that replaces violent masculinity with casual,
Thom Mitchell investigates the double standard by which the University has been operating when it comes to defending the safety and privacy of their students.
In May last year, Alexander Wright – a student, employee and resident at the University of Sydney – took a naked
By Rebekah Hatfield
The Indigenous Law Centre (ILC) is the only centre of its type in Australia, yet the current government has decided to cuts all of its funding.
The ILC, which was established in 1981, has played a crucial part in Indigenous legal academia, and soon,
Indigenous editor's note:
This year hasn’t been a great year for Indigenous Affairs, with over $500 million worth of cuts to its budget.
That’s why, in a year like this one, it is especially important for the voices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to be