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Not gourmet, but smarter

By Maddie Ramsey Maddie Ramsey talks to Chuck Wagon Head Chef Ryan Stanton about the rise of the burger in Adelaide, Martha Stewart and stupid-good sandwiches. ‘We’re very happy with what we do, what we […]

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A night in Barcelona

By Laura Antoniazzi Barcelona is a diverse city in Spain, with plenty of activities available to amuse people of all ages. From those who wish to party at the biggest clubs in the world, to those […]

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Imag[in]e

Eloise Holoubek is a Univeristy of South Australia student studying Communication (Media and Culture). Shooting mostly candid portraits she wants viewers to feel something drawn from genuine human experience. Her photographs are inspired by an […]

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Reviews: Wrath and Greed edition

Film: Snowpiercer Directed by Bong Joon-ho, Snowpiercer inhabits a post- apocalyptic, ice-lavished world where humanity is violently reduced by a failed global warming experiment and is made to live on a bullet train of continuous […]

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Magill @ Twilight

By Chloe Svaikauskas UniSA’s Magill campus played host to hundreds of high school students on Wednesday the 27th of August for the annual ‘Magill @ Twilight’ event. Year 11 and 12 students from all over […]

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The socially anxious student

By Danae Gordon The concept of university has always frightened me. Coming out of high school, I felt perpetually afraid of what was to come. My mind was constantly brimming with worries and doubts. In […]