Movement

Recurrence

Illustrated and written by Aditya Patil Imagine doing Medical Science when you could be doing literally any other degree. Unfortunately for Aditya, this is reality. He is a self-proclaimed movie critic/enthusiast and the only things that can pull him out of his self- deprecating bubble are good movie castings, along …

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Editorial Address: Movement

Henry Chen, Editor-in-Chief Hey there – and welcome to the first issue of Tharunka in 2020!  In Movement, we reflect on what makes the world change. With Donald Trump newly vindicated in his impeachment trial, Harvey Weinstein jailed over sexual assault, Scott Morrison lambasted for his Hawaii trip during the …

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SRC President’s Report: Movement Issue

By Manu Risoldi Hey UNSW, Since this is the first issue of Tharunka for 2020 I wanted to give a massive welcome to our newest students who have joined us for T1 and to the broader community who have started uni again for the year. This year is set to …

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Reflections on Activism Fatigue

By Emma Tindale It’s a remarkable thing, social movement.  The opportunity to reflect beyond yourself, to want more for society, for people you’ve never met and never will.  Yet the strenuous battle of progression can take its toll on us as individuals as we seek to make changes in the …

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How the Red Rooster Line is Moving

By Jordan Daly There used to be a tyre factory down the road, workers’ tenements next door and a coal-fired power station across the water. Before that the land belonged to the Wangal people. Now it’s shopping centres and apartments. Fair enough really – life keeps moving. These changes of …

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