Who am I? The struggle for diasporic groups in finding their identity
by Simran Borges They say home is where the heart is. For those whose identities and sense of self fit into neat categories and distinctions, this seems to be the perfect sentiment. For those with identities that span across borders and time zones however, it is slightly harder to attach meaning to this phrase. They […]
Are You Still Watching? The Age of Reboots, Remakes and Spinoffs – How Hollywood is Leeching Off Nostalgia
With every remake, reboot and spinoff of a classic, Hollywood edges closer to tarnishing their empire and replacing it with sheer mediocrity.
The Beatles: Do They Have a Shelf Life?
Taking on the challenge of deconstructing the Beatles’ iconic musical creations and trying to understand (if we ever can) why we still love them.
Simone Biles’ shock exit sparks discourse on mental health
Star gymnast and GOAT, Simone Biles, pulled out of the Women’s gymnastics final in Tokyo due to mental health concerns after baulking her first attempt on the vault on Tuesday
Migration Stories: My Grandparents’ Lives from Greece to Australia
My grandparents migrated to Australia from Greece in the 1950s and 60s. Each of them journeyed at a young age from different villages and towns to work in Australia and provide for their family back home. I’m writing this to share their migration stories.
Sometimes, coming out isn’t the hardest thing you’ll do – Part 2
by Jeremy Ellis Part one centred on the challenges you may face as a queer person after coming out – that of romantic and sexual validation, an issue not sufficiently present in social discourse. Alternatively, Part Two addresses other potentially unperceived difficulties in the workplace and social life. Coming out can be followed by unimaginable […]