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Casey D’Souza

Casey D’Souza

Casey (pronounced Cas-see) likes many things but mainly words, the oxford comma, and long romantic late night walks to her fridge. When she’s not instagramming her food or dreaming of her next globe trotting adventure, she can be found untangling the web of words inside her head, and making it seem like she is going places.

Exchange Diaries: Canada

Exchange Diaries: Canada

Blitz caught up with Sarah Park to chat about picturesque scenery, hostel disasters, and more while she was at Queens University in Canada on exchange. Why did you decide on Canada for exchange? I decided to go on exchange because I wanted to experience something new, and exchange was the …

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Interview: Pablo Quintero, FishGig

Ever wonder whether driving for UberEats will earn you more than riding for Deliveroo or Foodora? Will that change in a few hours? Or tomorrow? With FishGig, a new UNSW-born startup, you can now compare and select which on-demand platform pays you more at any given time. Blitz chatted to …

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Exchange Diaries: Seoul, South Korea

Exchange Diaries: Seoul, South Korea

Blitz chatted to James Huo about his adventures in South Korea while on exchange. Why did you decide on South Korea for exchange? It started a few years back when I stumbled upon a Korean show and I just happened to get hooked. From there I visited South Korea for …

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Review: Break The Code Escape Room

Review: Break The Code Escape Room

Six people. Sixty minutes. No phones. Locked in a room, with one task: to ESCAPE! The Blitz Team were challenged by Break The Code, to escape from their Indiana Jones escape room. We’re all really competitive and so accepting the challenge was a no-brainer. The first challenge we faced was actually …

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Exchange Diaries: Birmingham, England

Exchange Diaries: Birmingham, England

Blitz chatted to Albert Lin, who recently got back from exchange in the land of, Big Ben, big Shakespeare plays, and big cities. What university did you attend? I went to the University of Birmingham, in England. What’s your favourite thing about England? The weather, honestly. I mean, as much as …

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Interview: JaySounds

Interview: JaySounds

Ahead of his set at the O-Week Party: Go-Wild, JaySounds chatted to Blitz about DJing with a girl twice his size on his shoulders, being thrown around during a set by a club owner, and the evolution of his sound style. First off, can you tell us a bit about …

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10 Years of Arc

10 Years of Arc

To celebrate Arc turning double digits, Blitz gathered together the top 10 highlights and facts from the past 10 years: Over the course of 10 years Arc has had over 160 000 members! That’s over 160 000 membership packs, and 320 000 hands flipping through Arc diaries. When founded in …

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Review: TEDx Sydney Youth 2016

Spooning with thousands of strangers to break a world record was most certainly not something I expected to be doing on a Wednesday, or any other day of the week. Converging Technology, Entertainment and Design, TEDx is a worldwide movement with the goal of sparking conversations, connections and community. Featuring …

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The Review: Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro

As tempted, as I was to try and balance the Lenovo Yoga Pro 3 on my knee and use it while in various yoga positions, as Ashton Kutcher does, I refrained in fear of breaking both the device and my body. The Lenovo Yoga Pro 3 lives up to its …

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