By Oliver Brett Oliver asks people what they think of gaming – who plays, negative connotations, whether gaming has links to violence, and how genuine online friendships are. Listen here:
By Emily Vescio Disney+ has been out for a week now, and I’m yet to watch any of the new shows. From what I found out through the very extensive research I’ve done (literally just asking a couple of my friends), neither has anyone else. Hitting play on High School Musical: The Musical: The Series […]
By Emily Vescio Nasty Cherry are an innovative all-female alternative band. The girls were brought together and mentored by Charli XCX. Gabi, Chloe, Debbie and Georgia were hand selected by the popstar and flown to LA to live in the Nasty Cherry House and work on their music, as well as trying to get to […]
By Kat Vella I can hardly believe where I am some days. Sitting at my computer tapping away at my next article as a student journalist. I think one of the reasons I have had such a hard time deciding where to take my career change, is because I have been fighting against my own […]
By Kat Vella My father worked for what is now called Border Force but what was formerly known as Customs up until five years ago. The various crimes and shady individuals he encountered throughout his career influenced him to raise me and my sisters to be reserved with new acquaintances and to be unapologetically suspicious […]
By Peter Tzannes Exploring the beauty of the TAFE Ultimo and UTS campuses through an immersive gallery, highlighting techniques including colour, silhouette, shadows, reflections, unique angle, simplicity, and shapes.
By Erin Hughes Recently I’ve found my music taste to consist solely of female artists, I would probably describe my current taste as ‘sad Triple J lesbians.’ I obviously started this niche addiction when I first heard Courtney Barnetts ‘Elevator Operator’ in 2016. Having already grown up with and felt the cool-ness of Lorde’s ‘Pure […]
By Emily Vescio Trying to be objective on a song I’ve been anticipating for months and have now had on repeat for 12 hours is going to be one of the biggest challenges I’ve ever had to face, but I’m going to try my best. The track in question is “Mean It” off Lauv’s album […]
By Bailey Riley Kanye West has been rapping and producing for most of his life and since the release of ‘The College Dropout’ in 2004 up until 2016, he was known for being at the forefront of hip-hop and its ever developing sound and popularity. But since 2016’s ‘The Life Of Pablo’, Kanye has seemingly […]
Jess De ponders the philosophical question of which traits we’re born with, and which are a result of life experiences.