Reimena Yee

21 February 2016

The Deluge

Gilblin Eunson Library

There are forty pot plants in the Giblin Eunson Library. They are placed on the shelves, and above the study desks.

The Parkville Push-bike

There is a Push-Bike that’s not owned by anybody. It looks like the other push-bikes people pedal around campus, but it’s different.

The Arts West Animal

Sweat Stains

A short story by Sarah Peters on the similarities between a person and a sweat shirt.

Sixth Date

Do Our Brains Create Consciousness?

Thiashya is back answering another big question in science. This time, she explains whether our brains create consciousness.

The Best of Both Worlds

I resonated with Hannah Montana because I too was balancing two conflicting polar identities. Miley would always say “I’m Hannah Montana” and in this article, I’m saying “I’m gay and Asian”.

Why Are Some People Ticklish?

Thiashya Jayasekera presents a column about the big questions in science. This edition is all about why some people are ticklish.

Why Do We Get Deja-Vu?

Why do we get Deja-Vu? Are we really seeing the future? Science (Thiashya Jayasekera) finally explains.

The ‘Other’ Vampire

Ella Shi interviews Farrago artist Reimena Yee.

Why Do We Get Sick In Winter?

But how much truth is there to this old wives’ tale? Can you catch a cold from being cold?

Why Do We Sleep?

Whether you see it as a necessary evil or dream of living the burrito life, the question remains: why is it necessary?

King of the Jungle

On human superiority in The Jungle Book.

Why are some people left handed?

It’s hard being a left-hander in a right-handed world.

Do We Have A Sixth Sense?

Have you ever sensed that something bad was about to happen? Have you ever had a dream come true?

Try a Little Tinderness

one photo says it all, so swipe that finger, I promise you two will have a ball.

Why Do We Yawn?

The yawn remains a brain­ boggling phenomenon, know that you are revelling in one of life’s most enduring mysteries.

The Future of Food: it’s not what it used to be

New developments in food production (hello, steak grown in a petri dish!) have the potential to alleviate many environmental and social justice issues in the most delicious of ways. Ghill de Rozario discusses her thoughts on the change in food production.

The ‘Other’ Vampire

Ella Shi interviews Farrago artist Reimena Yee.

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