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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.

 

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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 pinRead Article

Wed 27 Sep 2023
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On Barbie's Journey to The Real World—And Mine

Tue 12 Sep 2023
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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 mRead Article

Tue 29 Aug 2023
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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 foRead Article

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Palatable Queerdom: 'Red, White & Royal Blue'

Sat 26 Aug 2023
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Budgeting Bootcamp: A Student’s Guide to Mindful Spending

What justifies inadequate dedication of thought to important commitments? Must you stand atop a mountain of communicableRead Article

Sat 26 Aug 2023
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FRANCES HA 10 years later: perhaps there is much more to adulthood.

As the Barbie (2023) wave swept over Australia, ACMI’s tribute to its director Greta Gerwig’s remarkable career from herRead Article

Sat 19 Aug 2023
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Beauty Myth-Busting in MONUMENT at Red Stitch

Developed through the INK playwright program and now in its world premiere season at Red Stitch Actors’ Theatre in St KiRead Article

Sat 19 Aug 2023
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The Coquette: Reclamation or Self-Fetishisation?

Lolita, light of my life, fire of my loins. My sin, my soul. Lo-lee-ta: the tip of the tongue taking a trip of three steRead Article

Tue 08 Aug 2023
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LADY BIRD at ACMI: There's Just Something About Greta Gerwig

Gerwig’s solo directorial debut Lady Bird has become more or less a staple for contemporary indie cinema. It's a comedy-Read Article

Sat 29 Jul 2023
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THE COLLECTED REGRETS OF CLOVER: : A heartwarming read perfect for cooler weather

The Collected Regrets of Clover follows Clover Brooks, a death doula, as she lives in her late grandfather’s apartment iRead Article

Wed 26 Jul 2023
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Unveiling the Layers of Batman's Hill and Melbourne's Urban History

While doing the Melbourne Urban History subject this February, one site, Batman’s Hill, caught my attention. It is a sitRead Article

Wed 26 Jul 2023
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The Cavities of Climate Activism

Tue 18 Jul 2023
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On Seeing Lorde At The Sidney Myer Music Bowl

Tue 18 Jul 2023
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Tinder: A Left Swipe on True Love

Tue 18 Jul 2023
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Navigating “chronic dissatisfaction”: Anna Smyrk on her new EP ‘Cortisol and Blue Light'

Tue 18 Jul 2023
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Chey Jordan Talks Gigs, Growth and His New Single 'narcissist'

Radio Fodder's Olivia Ryan catches up with indie artist Chey Jordan in support of their first Melbourne gig & new singleRead Article

Mon 17 Jul 2023
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A Compelling New Production of Michael Gow’s AWAY at Theatre Works

Away at Theatre Works is both moving and, at times, muddled. The play’s fractured final sequence moves rapidly from holiRead Article

Thu 13 Jul 2023
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Live, Love, Laufey: A Fun Night of Jazz Serenade

With tickets selling out minutes after going on sale, it’s safe to say there were more than a few excited guests for sinRead Article

Wed 05 Jul 2023
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HEAR MY EYES take GOOD TIME to another level at RISING

The Safdie Brothers’ bank heist-gone-wrong film Good Time, the latest edition to the HEAR MY EYES performance series andRead Article

Fri 23 Jun 2023
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"I am merely a disciple of her gospel": Weyes Blood at RISING

“Last time I was here, it was March 2020” says Weyes Blood (Natalie Laura Melling) to the crowd that Thursday night. A cRead Article

Fri 23 Jun 2023
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