Sam Langford reports on the call to boycott Queer Collaborations 2015.
A morning after rainbow-coloured hysteria swept newsfeeds everywhere, local Facebook user Nick Carroll has begun to worry about when it’s appropriate to change his rainbow display picture. “You definitely don’t want to be the first”, the openly heterosexual man said, “but if you leave it too long, people might think I’m… you know? It’s like…
Alexi Polden reports on the meeting that ended with cries of “bullshit!”
You may have seen posters along King St proudly stating, ‘Real Australians Say Welcome’. Katie Davern spoke to the man behind the message, Peter Drew, about his street art, targeted at long-overdue political and social change.
Tom Joyner on cultural appropriation at another college formal.
The censure motion placed against Vice President Bebe D’Souza by President Tara Waniganayaka was withdrawn, with only one recommendation passed.
UPDATE: The board has voted to pursue costs against Tom Raue. More information here. The following letters were received in response to two motions proposed for Friday’s Union Board meeting. One motion proposes to censure Vice President Bebe D’Souza, the other, to pursue former Vice President Tom Raue for $50,000 of legal fees. These letters have been included…
Kim Murphy exposes the evil behind Hillary Clinton.
Social media continues to play an enormous role in empowering minorities by giving them direct access to online communities, publicity and freedom of speech. On March 6 2015, #BlackOutDay was trending on Twitter after it was launched by creators T’von, Marissa and Nukirk. They started this social media campaign to encourage Black people to upload…
Alex Downie went to Canberra to find out what the budget will mean for you.