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Students and staff say no to the Robert Menzies Institute

Students gathered on South Lawn yesterday to protest the opening gala of the Liberal-backed think-tank Robert Menzies Institute (RMI).

An open letter to all student politicians

As sleek Facebook frames are slowly being removed from the profile pictures of university students in their early twenties, and social media feeds are returning to normal from constant ‘vote for me’ c

"Please don’t ask if we’ve tried yoga”: Students fighting for disability support

Despite the University’s push to make learning accessible, through programs such as SEDS and Access Melbourne, there have yet to be endorsements from students that these programs are appropriate. Inst

Cinemas Buckle Under the Weight of the Netflix Empire

Will Hollywood blockbuster-type films continue to use Netflix as their outlet, or will they return to their rightful spot on the big screen?

Stop the Liberals, Join the Campaign against the Robert Menzies Institute!

The federal government, led by the Liberal Party, is bludgeoning universities. Since the onset of the pandemic, they have excluded thousands of university workers from JobKeeper, ramped up fees for se

 

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Review: Endless Summer Afternoon

The Long, Long Afternoon by Inga Vesper is both a razor-sharp crime novel and an incisive portrait of race and gender in late 1950s American suburbia.Read Article

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Where the Bloody Hell Are You?

With the economy still booming, our mounting obsession with NYC’s bright lights and Vietnam’s cheap phõ could jeopardise any one of the 118,000 workerRead Article

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Look Before You Leap

In 2012 Australia witnessed multiple efforts to eradicate the supposedly harmful trials and tribulations of childhood. A Victorian primary school tempRead Article

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Close to home

It shocked the world, but for Ishita Mattoo it was just around the corner. She reflects on women’s safety in India from the ground in Delhi. On 16th DRead Article

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Review: Endless Summer Afternoon

The Long, Long Afternoon by Inga Vesper is both a razor-sharp crime novel and an incisive portrait of race and gender inRead Article

Tue 12 Oct 2021
CultureReview

Where the Bloody Hell Are You?

With the economy still booming, our mounting obsession with NYC’s bright lights and Vietnam’s cheap phõ could jeopardiseRead Article

Tue 30 Apr 2013
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Look Before You Leap

In 2012 Australia witnessed multiple efforts to eradicate the supposedly harmful trials and tribulations of childhood. ARead Article

Wed 27 Feb 2013
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Close to home

It shocked the world, but for Ishita Mattoo it was just around the corner. She reflects on women’s safety in India from Read Article

Wed 27 Feb 2013
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A Few Dirty Jokes

I caught up with a fellow student the other day for coffee. I asked her how her part time job was going. Nonchalant, sheRead Article

Tue 30 Apr 2013
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Sidney Myer Music Bowl

Kevin Hawkins explores new ways to keep yourself entertained in a city you thought you’d exhausted. The Sidney Myer MusiRead Article

Wed 27 Feb 2013
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Cycling and the City

Alexander Sheko investigates bike safety in the CBD. There is no doubt cyclists are vulnerable road users. In 2011, one Read Article

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