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Words || Erin Christie I’d be one of the first to say that sport, in some ways, can be pretty great. It was a...

A Weighty Problem: On Disempowered Groups in Science, Study and Research

Words || Ursula Huxtable Recently I was catching up on a psychology lecture which opened with some information on public health campaigns. Great, I thought, we’re...

Soy Boys, the Palmy Army, and Degenerates: On Australian Fascism’s Young New Wave

Words || Cameron Colwell Clive Palmer is often called a meme, and, like a meme, he is inherently changeable. His ‘Palmy Army’ Facebook group has...

Real Bodies: The ethics and controversies of bodies on display

Words || Rhiannon Williams The Byron Kennedy Hall in Moore Park currently contains the corpses of twenty people as part of the popular Real Bodies...

Ending Image-Based Abuse: An interview with MQ Graduate Noelle Martin

Words || Mariah Hanna Everyone who has access to the internet has Googled themselves at some point, whether you’ll admit to it or not. You...

ElsaGate: Why Youtube is completely and utterly fucked

Words || Max Lewis  Kids have been looking at crazy shit on the internet for years. We probably all remember the first time we saw...

From Little Things: Why we practice acknowledgment of country

Words || Angus Dalton A former president of the Macquarie University Liberal Club has come under fire after he parodied the Acknowledgement of Country statement...

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The Rise of China and WW3: An interview with Dr Adam Lockyer

Words || Isil Ozkartal The era in which we live in is often referred to in international relations as the ‘Post-9/11 period’. Terrorism and violence perpetuated...

Make Earth great again: Why you should have beef with eating meat

Words || Sarah Joseph Everyone cares about the environment, right? We judge people who litter, who buy water in plastic bottles and who admit to...

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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...