Mary Ntalianis16 December 2015
Tastings, the biennial showcase of original works by University of Melbourne students, will be held 22–25 August in the Guild Theatre. With over a decade of history, Tastings is developed and run by the University of Melbourne Student Union’s (UMSU) creative arts department.
“Many people have found it confronting—in good and bad ways. Some have disengaged or even walked out. My response to those people is that I think they need to ask themselves why they couldn’t listen to the reality of this nation’s present and historical burdens.”
A motion to increase the University of Melbourne’s Student Union’s (UMSU’s) funding to the National Union of Students (NUS) has failed during today’s glacially paced, three-hour-long Students’ Council meeting.
Mary Ntalianis on flagging support for flagships.
Mary Ntalianis on metal’s barrier to entry.
A tale of sex toys that will leave you in hysterics.
A lament on the epidemic of sexual assault in universities.
Meet the new Indigenous Officer!
I do not like them Sam-I-am, I do not like this censorship and ban.
Mary explains why Wom*n’s should be Women’s.
Sad Grrrls Fest organiser Rachel Maria Cox talks to Farrago about her dream lineup, diversity and gender barriers to music.
Mary writes a piece on women in music today.
This one time at work…
Farrago breaks down the proposed flexible academic programming model.
The worst part about being a Stormtrooper is needing to pee. Going toe-to-toe with LukefuckingSkywalker would probably be easier.
The University of Melbourne has introduced a new gender identification option that will be made available to all students in 2016.
We discuss the band’s relationship with Triple J, their creative and recording process and the impact of piracy and streaming on the music industry.
Reading Kirsty Eager’s Summer Skin is like having a drunken conversation with another girl in the bathroom of a nightclub.
Let me paint you a picture. Fingers cramping from several hours of scrolling, the bottom right corner of the laptop screen reads 3.30 AM.
He can’t see you through the keyhole, because you don’t fit into a fucking keyhole
While the gay rights movement has been imperative in gaining visibility for gay and lesbian people, bisexual, transgender and asexual people are being left far behind in gaining both social and legal status. Mary Ntalianis discusses this issue in detail.
2017 co-editor of Farrago
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