By Jack McNally
It’s Tuesday. I’ve just finished nine hours of class, and want nothing more than to crawl into bed. Instead, I wait in the line for an 891 for 45 minutes in the rain – the line extends up the footpath from Gate 3,
By Dominic Giannini, Online Sub-Editor
Starting tonight, there will be major changes to UNSW bus routes as Light Rail construction sees High Street closed to some traffic from 10pm.
With a work zone being established between Wansey Road and Avoca Street, there will be changes to the
By Isobel Knight
People come to university for all sorts of reasons. In the grand scheme of things, a very small percentage of people get the opportunity, and I’m well aware that it’s a sign of my privilege that I know a lot of people who
By Jean Kearney
The Japanese island of Naoshima is peculiar. It’s an art island, better known to tourists than it is to locals. Capturing the imaginations of our small group of artists and art students, the island was an essential detour on our exploration of Japan.
By Olivia Inwood
On Australia Day this year, Adelaide-based artist Peter Drew released the third iteration of his street art poster series “Real Australians Seek Welcome”. This series features 250 designs, one for each Indigenous language group.
Drew is currently plastering his posters across Australia and
By Zara Khan and Jordan Daly
Photos by Ansel Wakamatsu
Performances by four local poets: Onur Karaozbek, (UNSW’s very own!) Albert Lin, Fayroze Lutta and Hasitha Adhikariarachchi.
Three words to set the scene: politics, culture and identity.
Three minutes for each performance.
A language other than English