By Harry Holbrook
Growing up, I was a fairly inquisitive child. I was always the first to question what I was being told, and the last to be satisfied with the answer I was given. Not only did I want to know why things were the
By Alicia D’Arcy, Features Sub-Editor
Arc has refused to pass a motion to allow Tharunka to effectively report on the upcoming SRC elections, to take place in Week 12.
The Tharunka Charter, which is currently under review, governs Tharunka’s reporting on Arc Board and SRC elections.
By Lara Robertson
After working his way through all the rites of passage for stand-up comedians – performances on Conan O’Brien and Jimmy Kimmel, a Netflix special, Mating Season (2013), two comedy albums, Jokes to Make My Parents Proud (2010) and My Big Break (2015), and
By Sarah Hort
CW: suicide, mental health
You know you’re in for a seriously good time when the stage is empty except for a white, leather, Oprah-style couch, a simple table, a single glass and an entire bottle of bubbly awaiting Rosie Waterland’s arrival.
As my friend and
By Shivika Gupta
Photos by Iain Salvador
“I’m not adding anything new to the conversation” is an existential fear entertained by Tilly Lawless, but also most self-aware and driven people. How can we possibly expect to be #original and #agile and #innovative when we have such a
By Harriet Sim
In a world obsessed with celebrity, what would you do if you happened to look like one of your heroes? Chris Savill, a quietly spoken family man, describes a twist of genetic fate that lead him into the world of a celebrity lookalike.