A richer student experience, but for who? The discriminatory effects of abandoning dual delivery.

With the days of strict lockdowns and cautious safety measures seemingly behind us, the University of Melbourne has implemented a return to full on-campus learning for all undergraduate and most postg

The American private equity giant buying up our local pubs

Have you noticed that something hasn’t quite been the same about your favourite pubs since the pandemic? Perhaps the pints are costlier, the menu has changed, the staff’s smiles appear forced and ther

Normalisation of Unpaid Trials: How Melbourne’s Casual Job Market Exploits International Students

Shivani, 21, moved from India six months ago. In April, she was called in for her first casual job at a kebab joint on Flinders Street. The marketing graduate was asked by the owner to do 12 hours

On Dreading Netflix's Upcoming Depp v. Heard Documentary

A few weeks ago, Netflix announced its new documentary, Depp vs. Heard, set to premiere later this month. The promises made were lofty: to re-examine the trial, to analyze the mass hysteria it provoke

Equitable Contraceptive Responsibility: Pioneering Gender-Neutral Contraceptive Solutions

If it takes two to tango, why does only one have to suffer? There should be more safe and effective methods available for men so that we can all equitably share the contraceptive responsibility.



One-Sentence Nightmares

I peeled off my mask and my face came with it, layer upon layer until nothing was left but an empty void.

Black and blue buildings with windows lit, a cat in one. A shadow-monster emerges from a grate.

PSA: Myki officers outside stop 1. —Nalini Jacob Roussety
Concession card please. —Nalini Jacob Roussety
Why haven’t you touched on today, young mam. —Nalini Jacob Roussety
I dreamt that I was dreaming, and then I woke, but it was still the dream, and then I woke, but I didn't know how to tell the difference. —Zoe Keeghan
I peeled off my mask and my face came with it, layer upon layer until nothing was left but an empty void. —Zoe Keeghan

She woke up sweating, a sigh of relief that she had escaped her nightmare, but it was at that moment she realised she never did. —Laura Quintero

Farrago's magazine cover - Edition Two 2023


What would you find if you walked through the looking glass into another time? Why are all the plastic googly eyes you spilt over your bedroom floor following your every move? The entire universe and beyond is your disco ball of scintillating possibility.

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