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  • Body Horror

    Body Horror

    by Juliet Manolias You extend your pinkie fingers first. A herculean task, but you manage it fine, and decide to toy with the idea of freeing the rest in succession. They were clenched into fists for so long that your joints are stiff, and each movement makes you far too aware of the sensation of…

  • Locked Down, Locked Out, What Now?

    Locked Down, Locked Out, What Now?

    by Isobel Knight An independent muso’s take on where Sydney’s music scene is heading after the pandemic. When I tell people I’m a musician, the general response is laconic, sympathetic sarcasm; “You must have had a fun 2020.” According to data from the Australia Council for the Arts1 81% of arts workers are gig-based. By…

  • Stories of sexual assault and harassment at UNSW: in the victims’ own words

    Stories of sexual assault and harassment at UNSW: in the victims’ own words

    What lies underneath the statistics of sexual assault and harassment at UNSW? Tharunka asked the UNSW community for their accounts. Here, we present the responses in full.

  • So long, partner: UNSW’s farewell to the Whitehouse

    So long, partner: UNSW’s farewell to the Whitehouse

    by Simran Borges UNSW students reflect on their experiences at the iconic Whitehouse as it prepares to close its doors next week. “The Roundhouse feels like that 18 -year-old cousin who thinks that cigarettes are cool, Tame Impala is indie, and often retells stories of him drinking illegally. Whitehouse feels like that mid-20s cool cousin,…

  • Med Revue 2021: somewhere between Shrek and Marriage Story (with a sprinkle of stereotypes)

    Med Revue 2021: somewhere between Shrek and Marriage Story (with a sprinkle of stereotypes)

    by Richard Xu-Austen and Kat Wong Richard and Kat watched the opening night of Med Revue: Breaking Bones and came out with a lot of thoughts. It was dazzling, energetic, and… somewhat offensive. Editor’s note: we have removed a section of this article in reference to a joke which we previously and erroneously labelled as…

  • Vulnerability Through My Less Lived Years

    Vulnerability Through My Less Lived Years

    By Aadrika Gupta I came to Australia in February 2020, as an international student. Back then, I was told that I needed to be strong. And for the month and a half the university was operating, I was. But the weekend UNSW stopped, it felt as if everything had come to a halt. Like many…