By Rose Cox
Control is important to me. I have it in every area of my life: at work, at uni, the clothes I wear … it’s all measured, all considered. My skin does not allow me the same control. It’s angry, passionate and erratic.
By Sharon Wong, Creative Sub-Editor
‘(1) A court may make a protection order against a person (the respondent) for the benefit of another person (the aggrieved) if the court is satisfied that–
(a) a relevant relationship exists between the aggrieved and the respondent; and
By Isabella Olsson
How do you tell the truth?
When those words, heard out loud,
Are enough to bring back the pain,
To live it over and over again,
And the unending refrain is already stuck in your head,
But to speak it would be to make it
The Weighted Average Mark discourages students from taking risks, and is inaccurate at worst. So why do we still give it so much faith?
By Toby Walmsley
We have all been assessed on our educational ability. Over the last 15 years, the marks I've achieved on tests
By Stella Ladikos
What words come to mind when you think of mental health?
Depression? Anxiety? Stress? Bipolar?
Whilst I didn’t ask you to list mental health disorders, it is totally reasonable that you may have thought of those words.
In fact, after I surveyed a handful of students
By Brittney Rigby, Managing Editor
Amongst young adults, mortifying stories are considered especially secret. At UNSW, the dedicated detectives who investigate these juicy stories are members of an elite squad known as Tharunka and an anonymous Google Doc form. These are their stories. *dun dun*