Cooking with The Smiling Chef

WORDS | Brendon D'Souza Orecchiete Pasta with English Spinach, Mushrooms and Eggs Serves 4 Continuing with the pasta trend, I put together this number the other day for...

No Mo’ Hair raises over $10,000 [NSFW]

A group of nine Macquarie University students have banded together to raise money for The World's Greatest Shave. Together the students have managed to break...

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Film Review: Thor: The Dark World

REVIEW Avery Phillips “Some believe that before the universe, there was nothing. They're wrong. There was darkness... and it has survived.” After the record breaking success...

Feel like Coming to the Best Halloween Party on Campus?

WORDS Bel Bailey Come One, Come All! To the greatest Halloween Party you’ll ever experience!  This year the powers of FilmSoc, DocSoc, Bronies, Adventure Time and...

Cheese of the Week: Tasmanian Heritage Triple Cream Brie

WORDS Stephanie Lewis So, my mum does this thing where she can’t actually cook dinner without snacking on something at the same time. This snack...

Abuse, Sexual Exploration and Curiosity: A Look At ‘Spring Awakening’

INTERVIEW Ben Nour We spoke to director Jo Finnis about Macquarie Musical Society’s latest theatre production, the Tony Award winning musical ‘Spring Awakening’. Jo talks...

The Smiling Chef: First Tomatoes of the Season

WORDS Brendon D'Souza The other day we were lucky to find our first tomatoes ripening away on their bush. Over winter we had planted a...

Join Macquarie University Singers! (MUS)

Macquarie University Singers (MUS) are inviting budding singers to become members and sing at the 2013 'New Year's Eve Concert Series'! If joining a...

Everyone’s a Winner at the Student Group Awards Night

It’s time again for Macquarie University’s Student Group awards night, where the uni’s best and brightest are set to celebrate. Are you part of...

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