The Make Poverty History (MPH) campaign is back! In this election year, join the campaign to increase Australia’s overseas aid to 0.7% of our Gross National Income (GNI), or just 70c in every $100 that Australia earns. You too can feel like Bono! […]
If you’re thinking of travelling to Europe, it might be beneficial to read the words of wisdom from Joel Howland. Check out his tips for surviving places like Italy and Barcelona on a VERY small budget and his hilarious stories involving a gay mardis gras and …shoes. […]
Have you been left wondering when the next edition of your favourite student magazine will come out? Maybe you’re just sick of seeing the same cover over and over again whilst waiting for your morning coffee?
Wait no longer! Issue 3 of UniLife Magazine is out now and while it may have been a little while, it’s back and better than ever! With a whole new look inside, it’s now easier to navigate.
Graduation comes around faster than anyone is ever prepared for, and those at the Mount Gambier campus celebrated their graduation last Saturday. With awards and prizes, this graduation was full of achievements! […]
Hands up who enjoys a bit of live musical entertainment? Ok, put your hand down, people are staring and you look foolish. But we can all agree on one thing – we like to be kept in the know about who’s visiting the City of Churches. Thanks to UniLifeMag.com, now you can!
Need to know when your favourite artist is coming to town? Can’t remember where they’re playing? Or just need to get your hands on some tickets as fast as is humanly possible? Check out our new Gig Guide, filled with all the upcoming tours big and small!
Live music? UniLifeMag loves it. […]
Are you bored with your ordinary pen? Do you find post-it notes to be too big and distracting? Perhaps you wish you could just combine the two and make studying that much easier? UniLife Magazine may just be able to help. […]
Do you fancy a little art? UniSA’s Samstag Museum is the place for you. It’s South Australia’s second biggest gallery for visual arts. They’ve also got scholarship opportunities, and a partnership with the International Studio and Curatorial Program in New York. Check it out! […]
“The show starts at a frenetic pace, with Meg White’s bass drum beating faster than Jagerbomb induced heart palpitations.” This is Angus Randall’s assessment of the new live album from the illustrious White Stripes. Agree or disagree? […]