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Greatest Hits From The Greatest Decade

Greatest Hits From The Greatest Decade

The 90’s were a decade of wondrous gifts to the world, including (but not limited to) the world wide web, Jerry Springer, Monica Lewinsky, and yours truly. On top of that the 90’s gave us an overload of amazing musical creations, from grungy rock songs to euro house, to teeny …

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Review: Vera Blue

Review: Vera Blue

It’s Thursday night, I’m heading to a new theater to see a performer that I’ve seen a few times and I’m excited. The Factory Theater is the home of many incredible acts, and I’m immediately swept away upon entering the venue. If I was blown away by the venue, my …

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Review: The Fate Of The Furious

The Fate of the Furious expects us to suspend disbelief and satisfaction in return for action and banter. The eighth installment of the Fast and the Furious franchise is not a good movie by normal standards, but also a disappointing entry into the 17-year long series. It’s definitely worth your money, but …

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Words Of The Internet: Extra

EXTRA – The use of it, is to be it. You may have heard it, seen it, meme-ed it, used it ironically, or even used it ironically so many times that for better or for worse, it has now embedded itself into your daily vocabulary. Either way, the word ‘extra’ …

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What's On: S1 W9

What’s On: S1 W9

All Week Artsweek Submissions Open  Clothes for a Cause / Arc Reception + UNSW Main Library / Donate Your Clothes Get Tickets to Phil’ Charity Concert Monday Arc Board Elections / Voting OPEN Trivia / 5:30-6:30pm / Greenhouse Tuesday Arc Board Elections / Voting OPEN BIG Trivia: Music / 6-9pm / …

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Psyched: Are you vain because you are proud of yourself?

Are You Vain Because You’re Proud Of Yourself?

Do you know what I find odd? The fact that being proud is often considered a ‘bad’ thing. I’ve seen countless people remark that someone is really proud of themselves with an expression of annoyance, and dare I say, borderline disgust. Pride is an emotion and so is, being proud. …

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Local Music: Demonatrix

Local Music: Demonatrix

Among the local music scene rises the Sydney-sider band Demonatrix. Music teachers by day, rockers by night; meet Demonatrix, the new up and coming five-piece metal band. Throwing back to the days of KISS and the more recent Black Veil Brides, Demonatrix brings a visual aspect to the stage with “warpaint” …

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How To: Get Your Crush To Like You

Crushes can be tricky. In year six, I gave mine love poems and roses before asking her out. She said no. I cried while listening to James Blunts’ “Goodbye My Lover” on repeat. These days, I’m marginally better at attracting the opposite sex. Here are some tips I’ve picked up …

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Interview: Allday

We sat down with Allday, aka Tom Gaynor, before his Sydney listening party, to talk favourite memes, moving to LA, and his new album, Speeding. Check out the interview below. SPEEDING IS OUT NOW. Catch Allday on his Speeding tour on the 8th July at Sydney’s Big Top, Luna Park.

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Real Housewives of Sydney Episode 9 Recap

Previously on the Real Housewives of Sydney: BAPTISM WITH A VIEW Nicole, Krissy and Athena enjoy a chill morning swim to wash off the bevies splattered all over them last night. Nicole was none too happy with her “champagne showers”, most likely preferring golden ones. Nicole is equally upset that whilst …

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Andrina Manon is both living the dream and turning it into art

Andrina Manon: Designing And Living The Dream

Sydney based artist and illustrator, Andrina Manon is living the art student’s dream. While completing her degree at UNSW Art and Design, she has already begun to establish an impressive career as an illustrator and designer with commissions from well known clients such as Princess Highway, Caboodle Magazine, Dahlia Fashion, Casetify, …

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What's On: S1 W8

What’s On: S1 W8

All Week Register for FREE TICKETS to Blitz Presents: Media Industry Panel Get Tickets to Phil’ Charity Concert  Monday Trivia / 5:30-6:30pm / Greenhouse Tuesday Anzac Day Public Holiday Wednesday She Can – Underwater Rugby / 1-2pm / Uni Pool / FREE – REGISTER She Can – Fitness Class / 2:30-3:30pm / Uni Gym …

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Review: The Play that Goes Wrong

The Play that Goes Wrong, currently touring Australia, has hit Sydney with a bang. Meta-theatre in its truest form, the show begins with an introduction by the director of a fictitious amateur theatre company, the Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society, that has been plagued with a string of theatrical failures due …

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Five New TV Shows to Watch During Your Break

TV Shows To Watch During Mid-Sem Break

Midsem break is here. You’re ready to catch up on all those missed lectures and future assignments. Right? Of course not. The break simply means more time for us to procrastinate. As a certified TV show addict, I’ve got you covered. Here are some new-ish shows to get you through the tough …

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Psyched: Winding Down

Psyched: Winding Down

At last, the long awaited mid-sem break has knocked on our doors. Although it has named itself a “break”, it has come bearing gifts of assignments, which are due sometime soon after the elusive mid-sem break comes to an end. The purpose of the mid-sem break however is to give …

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Light Painting With PhotoClub

Light Painting With PhotoClub

Light does some pretty amazing things. PhotoClub visited Baranagaroo and captured some incredible photos, check them out! Check out more from PhotoClub on their website, or social media!

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Album Review: Drunk - Thundercat

Album Review: Drunk, Thundercat

In his most polished release yet, Californian multi-instrumentalist Stephen Bruner (Thundercat) delves into how we survive in the modern age. “Where would we be,” Bruner poses on ‘Bus in These Streets’, “if we couldn’t tweet our thoughts?” Your smart ass might say “on Facebook,” but such a response just vindicates …

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Australian Primary Schools Introduces History of Sporting Sledges to Curriculum

Australian Primary Schools Introduce History Of Sporting Sledges To Curriculum

The NSW Department of Education has announced that primary schools across the state will introduce Australia’s rich history of sporting sledges to the mandatory curriculum, in 2018. This proposed addition to what has been widely considered an “unexciting” national history learning outcome, has received an applaud from parents. “It’s perfect, just perfect,” says …

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