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The Whyalla Series

Whyalla. It’s a country town about five hours out of Adelaide. They’ve got a UniSA campus, and a lot of dust. But why should you care about it?

Issue #3 of UniLifeMag wrote an article entitled Whyalla: A Failure of Expectation. We thought it was innocent enough, until we received a number of emails from concerned Whyalla residents who believed the article was inaccurate and incorrect.

So to get a proper view of the place, we sent two of our journalists off on a weekend visit. What resulted was another side to the small town and an article appearing in the latest issue of UniLifeMag. […]

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UniLife Magazine Issue #4!

Yes indeed ladies and gentlemen, the fourth issue of UniLifeMag is out and about on campus now! So why should you pick this one up? Easy:

1. We’ve got heaps of music coverage. We spoke to Rob Nassif from Gyroscope and Kav Temperley of both Eskimo Joe and Basement Birds fame.

2. If you like Tame Impala and really want to head to their show at The Gov…we suggest you pick up a copy. You might be thanking us later.

Plus…the cover’s pretty cool. Student artwork? Yes please! […]

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UniLife Magazine Issue 3 OUT NOW!

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.

Check out our report on the changes to youth allowance, plus see the new UniSA Deputy Vice Chancellor. Don’t know who she is? Neither did we. […]

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Fancy Some Live Music?

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. […]

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Check out our NEW Events Page!

Are you bored? Sick of going to the same old places with the same old people? Feel like you might be missing out on all the awesome events that UniLife organise?

Fear no more! UniLifeMag.com has come to your rescue with our new Events Page, making sure you never miss anything decent again!

Like this Thursday’s Macro for Micro fundraiser, organised by the lovely people over at the Sohbet Society for Human Rights.

Head along and donate to their raffle – you could win a Blackberry! Check it here!
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UniLife Magazine Issue 2 OUT NOW!

You’ve just finished a lecture/tutorial/skipping one of the above, and are waiting for your food/coffee/friends to arrive. You don’t want to be that awkward person, so what do you do? You pick up the latest edition of UniLife Magazine!

Filled to the brim with plenty of stuff on the latest campus events plus the wrap up from Mad March. We’ve even gone a bit high-brow, with coverage on the state election. Rann vs Redmond? Let the battle commence!

So next time you’re waiting around and don’t want to feel awkward, pick up the second issue of UniLife Magazine. We’re here to help. […]

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UniLife Magazine Issue 1 OUT NOW!

Yes, that’s right ladies and gentlemen, the very first issue of UniLife Magazine is out now!

Featuring all the information you could possibly need for starting out at university. Look out for the A – Z of university; everything you might need in bite-sized chunks.

If you’re not new and are returning to campus somewhat jaded, this issue brings in a new era of UniLife Magazine. One without so much pretentious wanking. Just read the editorial.

So look for it on your UniSA campus now! […]