By Nicola Ray and John Seroukas
In an event where comedy meets commentary, the hugely popular comedic spectacular “Comedy v Racism” brings together an eclectic
By Caley Bawden
Warning: contains spoilers.
To say that I was excited for the release of S-Town is an understatement. Over the years, I have amassed
By Zara Khan and Jordan Daly
Photos by Ansel Wakamatsu
Performances by four local poets: Onur Karaozbek, (UNSW’s very own!) Albert Lin, Fayroze Lutta and Hasitha
By Eric Qian
Before the Rain brings together different artists to explore narratives of civil disobedience and unrest, and to observe the quest to attain
By Dylan Hopcroft
If all you want to do at uni is fall in love, or see some hot young couples having a pash, then
In celebration of International Women’s Day this week, Tharunka is publishing a series of stories written by women, about women.
By Emily Olorin
This year, for