Anwyn Elise20 February 2016
migrate from this tightening hole.
The University of Melbourne has announced a restoration project for the Old Quadrangle, as part of its ongoing ‘Growing Esteem’ campaign.
A banana is prone to bumps and bruises.
CONTENT WARNING: MENTIONS OF BLOOD/GORE
Step 1: Assume that this can happen anywhere, anytime. You don’t have to climb the Grand Canyon in the rain or trek a Cambodian jungle for your mother to cut the back of her leg. You can simply go to dinner in downtown Ho Chi Minh City and her Achilles tendon can be caught by the escalator. Even in your wildest imagination, you’d never thought the first meeting in years would result in severed muscles and artery. But life changing in the blink of an eye is a cliché you should not give into. Read on to see how you can manage the situation.
A soul dances.
The jigsaw puzzle of a city shunned me and yet beckoned me.
Picture this: A media ecosystem so rife with corruption that audiences cannot distinguish truth from bias.
A short story by Linus Tolliday.
Scarlette Do on why she’s always rushing to the loo.
This is a love letter from one girl to all the rest.
Art & Australia will relaunch in June 2016 with a focus on contemporary art and its relationship to broader theoretical, sociocultural and geopolitical contexts.
Ultimately the NUS is failing to live up to what it could be and is pissing away whatever mandate it has left.
Being a foreigner, especially one without the local language, is hard.
And as I stood there, I thought to myself, ‘Gee, wouldn’t it be nice if someone wrote about how to dispute a myki fine in Farrago?’.
Are current laws to prevent terrorists or rogue states getting hold of dangerous artificial intelligence technologies outdated? Professor Rain Liivoja (a senior lecturer at Melbourne Law School) believes so.
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