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Imag[in]e: Aidan Varnas

Visual Arts student Aidan Varnas is an ever-changing chameleon. Adopting the identities of glamorous vixens through the power of makeup, his alter egos come alive through singing, songwriting and drag performance. Tell us about your beginnings […]

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Bitter Band Chat: Dead Ties

These troubled young metalheads who call themselves Dead Ties approached this meeting more like a therapy session than an interview. Unsurprisingly, gloomy backgrounds were revealed, including a lack of decent fathers and pole dancing endeavours. […]

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Moments

Fall in love with yourself the way you fall in love with other people. I see it in your eyes. You take everything in. You fall in love with people when they merely exist. You […]

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Please Explain?

The 2nd of July was a sad day for Australia. Not because of the uncertainty that followed election day but because Pauline Hanson and her One Nation party potentially gained enough votes to land at […]

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Trump’s Wall

George Vlassis shares his thoughts on Donald Trump’s bid for presidency. A new wall may be emerging. It’s not The Wall from TV drama Game of Thrones. Nor is it another Pink Floyd album title. This […]

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Imag[in]e: Hannah Vorrath-Pajak

Hannah Vorrath-Pajak challenges the perception of brown as a visually unpleasant colour. Currently studying a Bachelor of Visual Arts, her paintings feature refreshing takes on both the natural and constructed worlds.  Where do you draw […]

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Alphabet Soup

UniSA’s Rainbow Club communications director Daniel Zander discusses the issues surrounding the acronym LGBT. The current LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) acronym commonly used to refer to the queer community is growing out-dated and isn’t […]