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Vinagret

A Masters of Teaching student’s ode to his Department.

Ashes to ashes: aftermath of a bushfire

Ashes to ashes: aftermath of a bushfire

Drew Rooke reports from the frontline in the Blue Mountains

Breaking the cycle of victim blaming

Breaking the cycle of victim blaming

Anonymous tells a private tale of suffering at the hands of a culture that turns a blind eye

The fun police

The fun police

Daniel Swain asks whether order is being maintained, or defined

News in Revue – Week 12

Caitlin Still writes a poem about the exodus of Tony and the Burning Bush

Faces behind the rhetoric

Faces behind the rhetoric

Astha Rajvanshi had a poignant meeting with two refugees

The festival of fire

The festival of fire

Stella Ktenas falls down, down, down into the Burning Seed

The kindness of strangers

The kindness of strangers

Those two litttle words (or one if you spell it ‘thankyou’) aren’t that hard to say, writes Patrick Horton.

The first meet

The first meet

Anonymous met a lot of creepy people. And then joined them.

News in Revue: Faceless Bill’s Face

A review of this week’s news, in the form of a revue

An audience with the King

An audience with the King

Samantha Jonscher reflects on the amazing grace of Elvis Presley and his estate

I ran for Honi and I lost

I ran for Honi and I lost

Daniel Swain dreamed the dream of student journalism. Then woke up.

News in Revue: Zoe’s law, Palmer’s victory, Albo v Shorten, tragedy in Syria and Nairobi

News in Revue: Zoe’s law, Palmer’s victory, Albo v Shorten, tragedy in Syria and Nairobi

A sombre look at the week’s biggest stories

Going to North Korea for 15 minutes

Going to North Korea for 15 minutes

North Korea’s a pretty odd place, writes Nick Gowland

The more, the merrier

The more, the merrier

Anonymous slept with three other people. Simultaneously.

News in Revue: Vagina Soit

News in Revue: Vagina Soit

Olivia Fay visually interprets the week that was

Drunk driving and other civil liberties

Drunk driving and other civil liberties

Lucy Watson went gay clubbing in Texas and lived to tell the tale

The Kitchen Chronicles

The Kitchen Chronicles

Sebastian C. Forks wrote 15 haikus about food and utensils

News in Revue: The Suppository of Wisdom

News in Revue: The Suppository of Wisdom

Gila Segall riffs on the gaffes of the week

And all the king’s men

And all the king’s men

Xiaoran Shi paid a visit to Sydney University’s local brothel, King’s Court Massage.

Take a trip in South America

Take a trip in South America

Andre Fenby tried ayahuasca and wrote about it.

Fasting but not furious

Fasting but not furious

Ezreena Yahya attended SUMSA’s annual Ramadan iftar, and was inspired by the spirit of giving

Nice day for a Red wedding

Nice day for a Red wedding

Patrick Horton discovers a marriage of tradition and consumerism in modern China

A stranger ripping hair off my genitals

A stranger ripping hair off my genitals

Anonymous tells a story of vulnerability, sexuality, and hair removal

News in Revue: Catch 22

News in Revue: Catch 22

Claire Nashar writes about politics, with rhyme and reason

Ward 9, Bed 23

Ward 9, Bed 23

Lane Sainty on witnessing her grandmother’s radical haircut

Almost touching the void

Almost touching the void

Max Weber took the scenic route in Borneo

News in Revue: Three feared sisters

News in Revue: Three feared sisters

SCENE. A desert place. Enter three senior members of Cabinet. When shall the party keep its reign In plunder, fighting or in vain? When the Yom Kippur is done, When the cattle’s lost and won. That will be the betting of the sun. Where the place? Upon her wreath. There to meet with MacRudd. Don’t […]

The time I met Ali Jafari

The time I met Ali Jafari

Ali Jafari was granted asylum in Australia but returned to a detention after an incorrect security assessment. Before the assessment could be corrected, Jafari died in detention. Jeremy Elphick met the man whom Australia’s detention system failed.

News in Revue – Week 12

No feathers were too russelled this week Elections at uni went well, so to speak. In national news: Wyatt Roy joined the growing list of progressive MPs So rally on forth for gay matrimony   It’s back to court for Craig Thompson again Nineteen new charges= one hundred and seventy three total. I don’t even […]

Coming out as an atheist

Coming out as an atheist

Nathan Olivieri confessed his sins to his family

“Creepy leather gloves”

“Creepy leather gloves”

Edward McMahon describes his experience of police intimidation tactics

News in Revue: Week 11

News in Revue: Week 11

Patrick Madden dreamed a dream of this week’s news.

Natural election

Natural election

Mariana Podesta-Diverio bids farewell to the chalk and theatrics

NEWS IN REVUE: Week 10

NEWS IN REVUE: Week 10

Claire Nashar reflects on the week that was

GOVT2603 v 2UE

GOVT2603 v 2UE

Alisha Aitken-Radburn and Natalie Sareff, two students in Peter Chen’s GOVT2603 class, pranked 2UE.

FIRST PERSON: The time I met a Nazi sympathiser

FIRST PERSON: The time I met a Nazi sympathiser

Bryant Apolonio briefly interviewed a hideous man

NEWS IN REVUE: Week 8

NEWS IN REVUE: Week 8

Bryant Apolonio pens a comedy of errors

Scoping the landscape

This First Person creatively explores environments and surroundings.

News in Revue

News in Revue

Harry Stratton is well-versed in the news events of this summer

Fear of the smear

Fear of the smear

Clare Sullivan got one, and you should too.

Challenge Accepted: Naked On Stage

Challenge Accepted: Naked On Stage

It’s a man’s world. But it wouldn’t be nothing without a woman or a girl. Right? Nudity on stage, particularly the Seymour stages that play host to the University of Sydney revues, is definitely a man’s world. A whole lotta cock, not a lotta clunge. I’m here to change that. Challenge accepted. I joined the […]

Cartoon: Sydney Uni Ibis Protest

Cartoon: Sydney Uni Ibis Protest

Mars Rover

Mars Rover

Trip Report: Crystal Meth

Trip Report: Crystal Meth

George Evans does the meth so you never, ever have to

Challenge Accepted: Twitter lockout

Challenge Accepted: Twitter lockout

Lucy Watson discovers what it takes to get locked out of Twitter.

From the diary of Chris Brown

From the diary of Chris Brown

Chris Brown faces the dilemma of the century