Felicity Nelson doesn’t want to die, she wants to #YOLO like a jellyfish – forever
In my darkest of moments, when I can smell the impending doom of climate change, outer space is there as a saving grace. But space should not be the final reserve of the human race, but an extension of our inquisitiveness. There is no bliss in being forced to go somewhere, as asylum seekers can attest to.
Jeremy Elphick is lying in the gutter, looking at the stars.
Thomas O’Brien reflects on death in a digital age.
Nina Hallas looks back at the war that should never have been
TRIGGER WARNING: THIS ARTICLE DISCUSSES CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE. Ben Brooks examines the discourse of paedophilia and child abuse, and why we need to break the taboo of discussing child sexuality.
“Education Matters” was the proposed name of a speech to be given by the Dalai Lama on the importance of learning to Sydney University students on campus this June. The irony is that in light of recent events, critics are now saying the University administration is more interested in business matters than education matters. A…
Felix Donovan explains how Obama’s social media campaign has inspired Julia Gillard
ADHD was once thought to only afflict children, but the illness is increasingly being diagnosed in adults. Caitlin Still explores the issue.
Avani Dias writes about her experience of Mormonism in Utah