Ben Clark2 December 2015
Ninety per cent of graduating Arts students “just didn’t think this far ahead, honestly”, new Australian Bureau of Statistics data shows.
She is preparing to go “full campaign mode”, after sharing Julia Gillard’s Misogyny Speech on Facebook for the seventh time.
On Melbourne’s Bourke Street, an elderly Japanese man in a two-piece tuxedo drips with sweat as he reaches the virtuosic crescendo of his violin concerto.
Students like myself are taught to keenly detect bullshit.
Online streaming services are evidently an inextricable part of tomorrow’s music scene but its impact on music revenue is clearly negative.
Who should we, in the time-honoured tradition of poorly performing students, lean across the desk and copy the answers from?
People increasingly form their own independent interpretations of scripture, picking and choosing what aspects of religion they agree with based on their social context and the prevailing cultural zeitgeist.
Leo brutalising innocent fauna may not just be emblematic of my emotional state but of the future of the film and television industries
The long-held tradition of rooting each other and suitable lifeless objects will continue for many years to come.
The rise of Bernie Sanders, the upsurge in youthful progressive energy… yet most of today’s musicians are leaving an awkward silence.
I suggest going out to the garden right now and chowing down on the nearest handful of creepy crawlies you find.
Advertising – the business of convincing people to buy things they don’t really need.
James Agathos and Ben Clark get some unpaid experience reporting on unpaid internships.
The future of books is a strange and scary place that most Arts students prefer not to think about.
2016 Education/Academic Affairs Reporter.
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