During Science Week 2016 Diploma student Catherine Turner spoke with the Indigenous Education Officer, Renee Cawthorne, about introducing school kids to the museum’s Indigenous Science gallery.
For Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, the impact of Australia’s colonial history has transcended amongst generations. The trauma of land dispossession, violence, and racism towards Indigenous Australians has been detrimental for cultural identity and spirituality. The last half century has seen steps towards sizeable action for justice for Indigenous communities. The vision of reconciliation relies […]
BY EDOARDO MESITI This year marks two milestones for the late actress and radio personality Hattie McDaniel (1895-1952). Firstly, were she still alive, June 10 would have been her 100th birthday. Secondly, it has been 75 years since she became the first African-American to win an Oscar. She earned the prize for her performance as Mammy, a housemaid, in the […]
BY JUSTIS JOHNSON @kid_bunni Gamescom 2015 began today in Germany and there was a lot going on. There were reveals for highly anticipated games by 2K, WB Studios and EA, with awesome story trailers and awesome explode-y gameplay. It kicked off with a pretty exciting reveal trailer for the third instalment in the Mafia series. 2K […]