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Monty’s COVID-19 Reading List

Monty Hannaford provides some suggestions for books to read in isolation. We are all in very different situations to what we could have envisioned at the start of the decade. However, I think a silver lining amongst the chaos is that as our pace of life has slowed, we have been presented with a unique…

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The ANZAC Spirit in 2020

Kiran Gupta reflects upon the Anzac Day Address as well as discussing what ANZAC Day means in a contemporary Australian context. In this year’s ANZAC address, the Rev opened with a quote describing the “double duty of ANZAC Day [as honouring] the dead and inspir[ing] the living.” In the context of Australia’s history and commemoration…

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Structures of Deviance and “The Other”

Kiran Gupta discusses “moral blindness in an age of increasingly self-indulgent progressivism,” both in an attitudinal context and with regard to present day events such as the COVID-19 Pandemic. Society has arguably come a long way in the last century and even in the last few decades. From the removal of homosexuality of the WHO’s…

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Crisis: Where Can Australia Turn Now?

Emily Tyrrell reflects on our current predicament and questions whether, as a nation, we can truly turn to our leadership at the moment. Summer in Sydney regularly feels like a dream. The feeling of driving through your suburb, singing to songs everyone knows the words to, cackling to in jokes and the taste of a…

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We Are Strong, Together As One!

Nina Fan talks about the impact of COVID-19 on our Drew’s community and emphasises the importance of us all sticking together. On New Year’s Eve, 2019, the World Health Organization (WHO) was informed by China of a flu-like disease spreading within Wuhan, a capital province with a population of 11 million.  As the clock struck…

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