Natalie Sekulovska

Walama Muru Trip to Palm Island

By Erica Longhurst Each year, Arc runs an Indigenous cultural immersion and volunteering project known as Walama Muru. Walama Muru is an opportunity for university students of all faculties to get a better grasp on what Indigenous communities are really like, and in doing so, contribute to the process of …

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Ushering in the Jacobs Era

By Harry Holbrook When Ian Jacobs took on the role of Vice Chancellor in 2015, students and staff were prepared to give him a year to assess and respond to the changes facing the UNSW community initiated by his predecessor, Fred Hilmer. 2016, however, was to be the year that …

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BANTER CULTURE: SERIOUSLY OUTDATED

By Alicia D’Arcy In April of this year, a video was leaked from a Baxter College party bus showing a group of boys singing a chant, that can be best described as glorifying rape. It was shocking footage and appropriately, there was immediate condemnation from media outlets, students and the …

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The news that shaped 2016

By Cassie Bell JANUARY Fact: Mosquitos are the number one cause of death for human beings. No, seriously; the menacing mozzies beat cancer, earthquakes, even other humans… killing almost a million people every year. In January, the World Health Organisation declared an official outbreak of the mosquito-borne Zika virus. Luckily, …

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