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‘Pro-Birth’ – Unborn Foetuses more valued than real lives

Zoe Edgerley reflects on 20 years of undergraduate women at St Andrew’s College This past week the Republican controlled Supreme Court overturned Roe v Wade. This heartbreaking action reverses the decision in 1973 that made abortion legal and recognised a woman’s constitutional right to abortion under the fourteenth amendment, the right to privacy. In 1973…

REVIEW: All’s Fair in Love and Virtue

Jules Vahl reviews Diana Reid’s new campus novel, Love and Virtue. This review contains discussion of consent and sexual assault, which may trigger some readers.  According to my English lecturer last semester, it takes around sixty pages for a reader to fully immerse themselves in the world of a novel. It took only one page…

#Twinning!

Phoebe Lotz talks about growing up with a twin sister. The common reply I hear when I first meet someone and tell them about myself is “Oh my gosh, you have a twin? That must be so cool!” To which I respond “Yeah, I know right. She’s my best friend.” Which Sophie is, but at…

The Nick Kyrgios show: the tennis star who divides a nation

Clancy Aboud tackles the perennial Nick Kyrgios conundrum. Every sport has its villains. Look no further than the theatrical antics of UFC fighter Conor McGregor or the former NBA star Dennis Rodman. But that doesn’t mean that you don’t want these guys in your corner. They’re the characters that we love to hate, but more…

REVIEW: Jagged Little Pill: The Musical of the Year!

Kiran Gupta reviews Jagged Little Pill at Theatre Royal Sydney. It’s hard to imagine that a show would ever be so good that the crowd would send up to applaud in the middle of the second act. In fact, I have never seen a standing ovation at the theatre at any time other than the…

REVIEW: Once – haunting and breathtakingly beautiful

Kiran Gupta reviews Darlinghurst Theatre Company’s Once at Eternity Playhouse. Over the last two decades or so, there has been a marked increase in movie musicals as film producers scramble to adapt the latest (or classic) Broadway showstopper to the big screen. It is somewhat rarer to see a movie adapted into a musical. Once…