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ABOUT US

About Farrago

Farrago is the student publication of the University of Melbourne. First published on 3 April 1925, it is Australia’s oldest student publication. Farrago began its life first as a weekly newspaper before transitioning into a magazine publication. Farrago now prints six editions per year as well as its annual creative writing and art anthology Above Water, and the UMSU Election Guide.

Farrago’s name, a Latin term meaning ‘mixed cattle fodder’, is drawn from the motto Quidquid agunt homines nostri farrago libelli est—“Whatever men do forms the motley subject of our page”. Today, the same rings true for Farrago: whatever students do forms the motley subject of our pages.

We publish all sorts of student work: news, poetry, prose, essays, opinion pieces, art, photography. While submissions for the editions occur throughout the year, we are always open for submissions and pitches for the online website. Please send your pitches, enquiries, and everything in between to editors@farragomagazine.com.

 

About Radio Fodder

Radio Fodder is the University of Melbourne's student radio and is part of the UMSU Media Department. Fodder has been playing on the airwaves throughout the semester since 2005, and allows students the opportunity to create podcasts, listening shows, or musical entertainment. You can listen to Fodder live on this website.

Fodder also has a blog where students can write arts and culture reviews, listicles, and anything and all groovy.

Send your enquiries about Fodder to editors@farragomagazine.com.

 

Editorial Team

Phone Number— +03 8344 6957
Email—editors@farragomagazine.com

Nishtha Banavalikar—Non-fiction Editor
nishtha@farragomagazine.com

Charlotte Waters—Creative Editor
charlotte@farragomagazine.com

Joanna Guelas—News Editor
joanna@farragomagazine.com

Jasmine Pierce—Design Editor
jasmine@farragomagazine.com

 

Managers

Radio Fodder Station Manager—Emma Xerri
managers@radiofodder.com

Radio Fodder Executive Producer—Jordan Di Natale
managers@radiofodder.com

Radio Fodder Blog Managers—Carmen Jada Chin & Christina Savopoulus

Photography Team Managers—Akash Anil Nair & Ben Levy
photography@farragomagazine.com

Video Team Manager—Pavani Athukorala
video@farragomagazine.com

Satire Team Manager—Bayley Horne
satire@farragomagazine.com

Social Media Coordinators—Thi Quynh Trang Dau & Samantha Shing
socials@farragomagazine.com

 

Office

Farrago/Radio Fodder
Fourth Floor
Union House
University of Melbourne
Parkville VIC 3010

 

Publishing Information

Published by:
UMSU Inc.
Union House, Tin Alley
University of Melbourne
Parkville, VIC 3010

 

Printed by:
Kosdown Printing
10 Rocklea Drive,
Port Melbourne, VIC 3207

 

Acknowledgement of Country

UMSU and the Media Office are located in the city of Melbourne, on the land of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nations. We pay our respects to their elders—past, present and emerging—and acknowledge that the land we are on was stolen and sovereignty was never ceded. It always was, and always will be, Aboriginal land.

Farrago's magazine cover - Edition Three 2021

EDITION TWO 2022 AVAILABLE NOW!

Read our newest folklore edition! She's filled to the brim with tantalising folk-tales, day-dreamy illustrations and spell-binding hot-takes on everything from Indian mythology to the Sad-Girl music era!

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