By Anna Amelia
We’ve all been there right? Some guy thinks it’s his right to invade our personal space on public transport.
The other night as I was on my way home from a church gathering, I caught the bus down to the corner of Elizabeth and
By Shakira Danger
For about cumulatively five years of my life I have worked at McDonald's, and I still do now. I consider myself lucky to have my job, it allows me to pay my bills and save up a little bit, it has taught me
By Michaela Vaughan
Last night Prime Minister Tony Abbott was announced to be the latest brand Ambassador for Dove Comestics’ ‘Real Beauty’ campaign. The move, not without controversy, was claimed to be, “a progressive step forward for the empowerment of Australian women in 21st century,” according
I used to hate the colour pink, writes Emma Cohen.
I’m sure I’m not alone. Growing up, I was never much of a “girly girl,” whatever that ridiculous tautology is supposed to mean. I didn’t really wear skirts or understand how to operate liquid eyeliner. When
By Annastasia Robertson
Believe it or not it’s that time of year again. This time last year, the Abbott government announced their very first Federal Budget; which you might remember caused some outrage.
In typical fashion, some of tonight’s Budget details have been leaked, and apparently Australians
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he people you voted in…
Out of the blur of Facebook posts, posters, lecturer bashing, and announcements in your dining hall, (9% of) the people voted in Basser resident and Whitlam Club Treasurer Mitchell Wilson (Arts/Law II),