By Oliver Brett In early November South Africa defeated England by 32 – 12 with a bruising and dominant performance that saw them deservedly become world champions for the third time. They produced their most complete performance in their most important fixture, physically and emotionally peaking at the optimum point of their four year cycle. […]
Video by Erin Hughes, Kerri Ellis, and Kat Vella Featured image: Alex E. Proimos/CC/Wikimedia Commons
By Erin Hughes It’s finally Scorpio season! The Scorpio is the sign of passion, intensity, independence and seduction, so use this season to reignite your sense of self and get ready to FEEL.
A sample of some of the songs and artists nominated in this year’s awards.
By Erin Hughes A report has come out of the George Institute for Global Health in Melbourne this week, stating that many meat alternative products are incredibly high in sodium, fats, and sugars, in order to make them taste better. Senior public health nutritionist Clare Farrand, who conducted the research, has stated that although […]
Daisy Jeffrey, 17, is one of the key school students driving the School Strike 4 Climate, which on September 20 mobilised more than 300,000 people across Australia to protest for government action on climate change. Daisy spoke with Kat Vella. Featured image: School Strike/CC/flickr
Off Campus reporter Peter Tzannes met war veteran Bill Ryan, who at 97 years old shows that the School Strikes for Climate are mobilising activists from all generations. Featured photo: Caz Adams
BY JEN DAVIDSON Last week’s alarming report by the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) warned that our consumption of meat is contributing significantly to a hotter planet. But can we be coerced into evicting meat from our diet? As one of the biggest per capita meat eaters in the world, Aussies are renowned […]
BY JEN DAVIDSON Narrabeen locals are preparing for up to eight weeks of swoops and swipes from the notorious ‘Woollies magpie’. Between September and October, the male of the nest, which is fiercely protective of its eggs and fledglings, springs upon unsuspecting victims between the lake walkway on Wellington Street and the village car park. […]
BY BEC FORD In February this year, after nearly 19 years of my life, I was given a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder Level 1. It was a shock to me. I had thought something was missing – I felt like the diagnosis I had didn’t quite cover everything – but never once did I […]