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Letters #1

Dear Editors,  Martin Sharp died at the age of 71, 1st December 2013. He was one of Australia’s most famous pop artists and graphic designers. His psychedelic works of the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Bob  Dylan and Cream (just to name a few) came to symbolise the 1960s and his …

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Three Issues and an Affiliation Later As a concerned student, I wonder how LifeChoice UNSW gets its funding, and why lunatics like this are funded in the first place. I am aware that they are anti-abortion, which is fine, everyone is entitled to their opinion, but they have posted articles …

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Lockouts Should Be Considered in the Cross Osman Faruqi’s column “Alcohol & Violence” (Vol. 58, No. 10) makes some good points about Kings Cross and alcohol-related violence, especially in regard to drinking culture, venues and the availability of late-night transport. However it appears Faruqi has misinterpreted a study into venue …

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I found your recent article “New Bar May Cost Roundhouse, Whitehouse” (No. 9 Vol. 58) a little crass. As I understand it, Tharunka is published by Arc@UNSW, the same people who own the Roundhouse and the Whitehouse. I am no student of journalism, but I appreciate the value of a …

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I was interested to read Renee Griffin’s article about shark finning. Every night I sleep with a stuffed plush shark named Huckleberry. I also sometimes draw cartoon sharks in my spare time. As you can probably tell, I am fonder of sharks than the average person. As a child I …

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The decision reached by our student organisation and the university about the essential sell off of all Arc stores isn’t very good news for students. Before this happened I had been under the impression that Arc was a not-for-profit organisation here for the benefit of students. The way I see …

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