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Having a Panic Attack on a Plane

Panic Attack on a Plane

By Dominic Giannini, Online Sub-Editor CW: mental health, anxiety The tightening chest leaves you gasping. The pit in your stomach leaves you dry-retching. The intense and uncompromising fear  can’t be quelled. For anyone who suffers anxiety, or has ever had a panic attack, these symptoms are all too real. Far …

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To Pauline Hanson, From Someone With a Disability

To Pauline Hanson, From Someone With a Disability

By Alex Linker, Students with Disabilities Officer Special education. We use this term to refer to the specialist education we provide certain children with disability (generally cognitive and/or developmental). But what should it actually involve? Pauline Hanson thinks the education of children with disability should happen behind closed doors, away …

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Are Colleges Sexist or Safe?

By Abby Butler Twelve months ago, I decided I would never go to college. Whilst Hollywood had spent years assuring me that college life would be full of football games and acapella groups, the news was telling a vastly different story. Fast forward to this February, and something had changed. …

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A Review: Fleet Foxes, Sydney Opera House

By Eric Qian Don’t let the masses of 30-somethings politely head-bobbing throw you off – Fleet Foxes delivers a rousing set. It’s also one well suited to the Opera House, as the band have some tremendous songs that you can’t really dance to, but require the space and majesty the …

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