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Winter Watches: ‘Barbenheimer’ & more

For those who haven’t jumped aboard the ‘Euro Summer’ bandwagon during the Australian winter, many things remain at home to keep us occupied and entertained over the cold months. My thoughts and prayers go out to all those dedicated students tackling winter break uni courses or completing placement hours whilst their better halves gallivant through…

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Oscars 2023 Review

The 95th Academy Awards ceremony, colloquially known as the Oscars, were held in Los Angeles on March 12th. After last year’s front page drama involving Will Smith’s infamous slap, the Academy was seeking a return to normality, focusing on the basics to hopefully survive the night scandal-free. There were some clear favourites in several categories…

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With all that has happened at college in the last two weeks, I think it was very clear that everyone needed their spirits lifted and a good laugh. Thankfully the amazing DRAMSOC cast provided for us, going above and beyond to get this play perfect, even though there were a few last-minute cast changes that…

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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…

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