Play Time’s Over

Elise Cullen takes a trip back to child playground, and realises not much changed. Being a part time nanny to two seven year olds, in...

Meet The Editors: The ‘Daddy’ Issue

To celebrate the release of the 'Daddy' issue, Grapeshot thought we'd kick off the university year with a bang by having the team answer...

Change For Change

Where are your charity donations going? WORDS Hannah McNicholas There’s loose change in your pocket. It’s not enough for a train ticket or a pre-tute coffee,...

The Cost of Student Living

WORDS Michelle Zirkzee The clichés of broke students are abundant: Images of ramshackle housing and instant noodles for dinner are just the first to spring...

Rupert’s Game

WORDS Anna Glen Rupert Murdoch is a colourful character. His Twitter page is often outlandish, the Melbourne Theatre Company has just opened a play with...

How I Met Oliver Mol

HOW I MET OLIVER MOL, RIPPED OFF MY FACE, AND LEARNT SOME THINGS I WANT TO SHARE WITH YOU WORDS || Jack Cameron Stanton Oliver Mol’s...

The Blue House: A bookshop with a story

WORDS || Yehuda Aharon The Blue House: sounds like a beachside resort, right? Well it isn’t, not when Simon has you up at seven a.m....

Homophobic bullying towards young men in Australia: when does it come to an end?

Words || Daisy Trethowan When James Adonis, a journalist for the Sydney Morning Herald, wrote an article about how to confront homophobia at work, he drew...

Monday Night Q&A: Free speech

After Milo Yiannopoulos sent abusive tweets to Ghostbuster's actress Leslie Jones and later posted fake tweets that made out as if Jones had called him a...

A Drug Dealing Charity Worker

WORDS | Jack Camero Stanton Jay lives out of home, and has for some time. He has a long-term girlfriend, has travelled rather extensively for...

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Phantastic Ferniture - Phantastic Ferniture The name might make you roll your eyes, but Sydney alt-rock trio Phantastic Ferniture’ debut is far and away...

Review: When things fall apart by Pema Chödrön

Words || James Booth “I just really want to learn more about Buddhism”. I am sitting on the bed of my partner, and he gleefully...

Review: Oceans from here

Words || Ellie Sindel Located on Sydney’s famous Oxford Street, surrounded by cafés and various storefronts proudly displaying the Pride flag, stands the Australian Centre for...