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My story

I saw this poster on one of the walls in the hallway. There must be a lot of international students who actually look at the walls in the hallway; everyone else seems to have their […]

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Poem

By Peter Palmato Thorn Goodbye darling, The rose I thought I knew Was a thorn In truth Goodbye lovely, Kisses on your cheek I brushed my lips Past brambles in disguise Goodbye bad bitch, You […]

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Ms Apollonian

By Simon Behenna She had obviously arrived. The band had not faltered in its rendition of Samba e Amor, the dancing had not stopped, and the clusters of bejewelled revelers were still animatedly conversing. Yet, […]

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An English lesson

Words and photo by Ebony Story The last thing I expected to find while studying overseas in the United Kingdom was the sheer amount of puns. Not just horrible attempts at puns found in newspapers (I’m […]

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Pride

By Anneliese Abela I’ve never really been sure how to react when people say they’re proud of me. Since my dad passed away last year everyone has said how proud they are of how well I’m doing, […]

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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 […]