‘Breaking Boundaries’: the “most scary and enlightening” documentary on climate change
Breaking Boundaries is the latest hard-hitting David Attenborough documentary that you will not regret adding to the Netflix list.
Defamation, Discord & Delusion: Christian Porter v The ABC
How Christian Porter’s ‘trial of the century’ devolved into ‘a humiliating backdown’.
From UNSW Med student to Masterchef 2021 contestant: in conversation with Eric Mao
Eric Mao, UNSW med student turned Masterchef top-24 contestant, eloquently discusses eastern Chinese cuisine, his experience auditioning and filming on Masterchef, and his favourite places to eat on campus.
MapleTA Story – Maths Final Exams Crash: thousands of students left feeling panicked and frustrated
by Kat Wong One hour into the exam, the website that hosts two of UNSW’s biggest finals crashed. Chaos ensued. Editor’s note: the article has been updated to include comment from the School of Mathematics and Statistics. This morning, thousands of students taking Mathematics 1A (MATH1131) and Higher Mathematics 1A (MATH1141) logged into MapleTA expecting […]
Trauma: A Family Heirloom
by Shajara Khan An exploration of the way the grief brought about by trauma is being discussed in the current cultural landscape and how creative outlets can provide a first step in processing that grief. Since I began my master’s degree last February, I have found myself fixated on Riz Ahmed’s latest album, The Long […]
Violence on Oxford Street: can you heal with the people who hurt you?
by Chantel Henwood Sydney’s Mardi Gras festival has a violent history and this violence remains entangled within the lives of LGBTIQ+ people to this day. Police brutality, political injustice and Violence. These things are not often associated with the festival that sprinkles biodegradable glitter through Sydney’s streets each year. However, Sydney’s Mardi Gras festival has […]