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Rage Continued: A Review of Rebecca Traister’s, ‘Good and Mad, The Revolutionary Power of Women’s Anger’, by Georgia Rose Phillips

Rage Continued: A Review of Rebecca Traister’s, ‘Good and Mad, The Revolutionary Power of Women’s Anger’ by Georgia Rose Phillips   Anger, when observed in isolation, is often stigmatised or seen as an unpleasant or destructive force — especially when it comes from a woman. It is something many women …

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S.O.S to ASOS, by Justine Ching

S.O.S to ASOS By Justine Ching It’s 10am, slightly overcast with a brisk chill sweeping across campus. It’s still summer yet autumn is impatiently knocking. You shiver, take out your phone, open your browser, type in “aso-” to which your phone responds with an auto suggestion: www.asos.com.au. You scroll past …

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The Rivers of China, by Jack Zhou

The Rivers of China by Jack Zhou With China’s publication of its First National Census for Water in 2013, it became known that 28,000 rivers – a total basin area of almost 3 million square kilometres – appeared to have dried up and vanished. This remains an especially worrying figure …

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