By Bella Olsson
Sitting outside of Studio 1, waiting to go inside to see Lauren Bonner’s self-written play “Infidelity and Enlightenment”, I was struck by two things. Firstly, millennial pink was an excellent colour choice for their publicity. Very striking. Secondly, I felt apprehensive. A new
By Sophie Hodge
The final years of school are supposed to be the best times of your life. That wasn’t true for me – I was in a world of pain. I woke up every morning to legs unable to hold my own body, persistent aches
By Brittney Rigby, Managing Editor
Goodbyes are the strangest thing. Five years ago, I said goodbye to my hometown to move to Sydney. Fast forward, and here I am saying goodbye to my final year here at UNSW, and goodbye to my editorship of Tharunka. I
By Bella Olsson
I’ll be honest with you – when I first heard that an enormous, foreign owned, emissions-spewing, water-contaminating coal mine was being proposed for central Queensland, my initial reaction was, “This sounds like a truly awful idea that will drive the Great Barrier Reef
Can unconditional welfare payments finally provide the solution to working poverty in Australia?
By Christopher Valencic
Universal basic income (UBI) has been heralded as the future of welfare and a way to finally bring equality to societies with more than enough money to go around. Anyone who
By Carrie Lee
In recognition of Anti-Poverty Week, we bring you this piece in collaboration with UNSW's Social Justice Project.
Four months before I made my final HSC rite of passage, my mum caught a plane to Papua New Guinea and trekked through the jungle, vaccinating communities