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Annie Zhai

Annie Zhai

Annie is a Commerce/ Media (PR & Advertising) student. She tries to survive uni without suffering an existential crisis.

Tunes For Finals

Tunes For Finals

Final exams begin this week which means every single UNSW student will (at some point) be internally screaming. But don’t worry! These relatable tunes will give you the motivation to stop your procrastination and make you dance your way through your finals. ‘I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles)’- The Proclaimers ‘Just …

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Snacks All Aussie Kids Love(d)

Favourite Snacks that All Aussie Kids Loved

Growing up in Australia leaves a few things etched firmly into your memories. Speaking from personal experience much of this revolves around food (did someone say barbeque?!) Sunnyboys These triangle shaped bad boys gave all Aussie kids life during summer. Everyone mourned the loss of Sunnyboys when they were discontinued …

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Just UNSW Problems

Just UNSW Problems

We are all incredibly fortunate to attend one of Australia’s top universities. And, ranked in the top 50 universities in the world, UNSW provides its students with excellent facilities, teachers, and opportunities. However, students here will encounter problems that only UNSW students will understand. The 891 Buses You know how …

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Top Sydney Walks

Top 5 Sydney Walks

Even though Midsem break is over, spring is not. It’s never too late to get some friends together and enjoy some of the beautiful scenery Sydney has to offer. So without further ado, here are our top five suggestions. UNSW to Coogee  If you ever feel like you need to …

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Fuel For Students

5 Types of Fuel for Students

With the end of the semester approaching, we are all facing the impending doom of major assignments and final exams. Here are five types of fuel to help you gain the strength to survive the semester. Good Tunes Whenever you start studying, do you always feel like your eyes start …

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Review: My Cousin Rachel

Movie Review: My Cousin Rachel

Are you a fan of the Regency period? Do you believe somebody is out to kill you and take all of your money? If you answered yes,  My Cousin Rachel is the film for you. The film is set in the 1800’s, on the cusp of women’s rising independence. The story …

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Expectations vs Reality: Growing Up

Expectations vs Reality: Growing Up

When we were little, we could not wait to grow up. We were told that our wildest dreams could come true if we worked hard enough and that the sky is the limit. But here we are as uni students and our childhood expectations haven’t exactly matched our reality. Money …

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Exclusive Insight Into Student’s Healthy Lifestyle

UNSW student gives an exclusive on his ‘healthy’ lifestyle.

Once you start uni, life consists of readings, work, debt and repeat. Many students ask themselves whether it is actually possible to be a healthy uni student. The answer? Yes. Bobby* a typical second-year commerce student let us follow him around for the day for an insight into what makes …

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Thoughts on the Game of Thrones’ Season 7 Finale

Thoughts on the Game of Thrones' Season 7 Finale

** SPOILERS ALERT** The season seven finale of Game of Thrones aired yesterday and it left all of us with a lot of thoughts. 1. Grey Worm is mastering the art of smoulders. 2. That wide shot of the Unsullied and the Dothraki is spectacular. Looks like we are diving …

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Ways to Prep for Spring

Ways to Prep for Spring

Soon winter will be over and we will be able to jump with joy. We can say goodbye to those freezing mornings and say hello to that bright shining sun. This year’s winter has brought one of the coldest days in twenty years. But now that spring is upon us there …

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Review: New Venusians

The unique tunes of New Venusians captures their listeners with their passion and raw talent. The seven-piece band first rose to fame with their breakout track Keep Running and were signed by the American label Fresh Selects. As a part of their album launch tour, the New Venusians recently performed …

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Album Review: Oh Wonder, Oh Wonder

Album Review: Oh Wonder, Oh Wonder

Over the past few years the British alternative pop duo, Oh Wonder, has quickly risen to fame. They released their first song Body Gold in 2014 and released one song per month until 2015. The songs released within this period of time culminated into their self-titled debut album: Oh Wonder. …

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Life’s Little Happy Moments

Life's Happiest Moments

In life, there is a tempestuous storm called university. Everyone is swept up by the gusty winds of assessments, dodging the pellets of rain called debt and drowning in caffeine (or something stronger) – but sometimes it’s important to remember the little things that happen that make us happy. Nothing is …

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