Holidays are over. How depressing. But uh, uni is back, and that’s also fun, right? While I’m sure everyone had a good break, it’s business time once again, so we’d like to offer a friendly welcome back to continuing students, and an even friendlier (but not too friendly, that would be weird) welcome to new students. Just as a heads up for anyone who’s reading our mag for the first time, WE NEED CONTENT! Take an interest in your student magazine! If you’re keen to write, email the Head Editor Catherine.Moore@unisa.edu.au, or check our website at www.unilifemagazine.com.au.
If you’ve got any questions about timetables,courses, or programs, head to Campus Central, and they’ll sort you out. Questions about student life? Life in general? Head to the UniLife office for enlightenment. Oh, also, it’s not too late to join a club! Check out unilife.edu.au/clubs for more info.
At the risk of sounding preachy, we’d like to offer you some advice. It’s the start of a new semester, so take your time, slow down, and ease yourself in. We all know that the first few weeks of a new study period are prettytame, but sadly the days of tranquility will be numbered. Use them to explore your campus and meet new people, we promise you’ll find something/someone interesting.
Due largely to holiday times, this issue is a bit of a mixed bag. Lack of uni meant lack of uni events, and also a lack of contributors (though we love the ones who did send us content). Therefore we decided to fill our pages with whatever was offered.
Now without further ado, between the covers of this issue you’ll be finding out about the Friend Zone from a guy’s and girl’s perspective, getting the low-down on polygamy, pondering the mystery of the Aussie bogan, and partaking in a semi-debate about the positives (lol what?) and negatives of South Australia’s transport system.
Also this issue, prepare your mind, body, soul, and wallet for a psychic experience, join the debate on religion, feel sick after reading about the Chocolate Crawl, and find how the KI trip went.
‘Til next time,
Cat, Tom, Sam and Sean
As always, many thanks to:
Writers, illustrators, photographer and our sub-editors.
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