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Blitz Book Club: Books That Will Make You Think

Cheryl takes us through three books that will make you think about the world in a different way.

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How to Dress for Video Interviews

Now that job interviews have been moved online, Nina gives us some tips on how to style for the camera.

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More Celebrities Who Have Caught Coronavirus

Thaveesha investigates more celebrities who have caught coronavirus.

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‘After Hours’ is a Satisfying Reinvention of The Weeknd’s Nocturnal Lifestyle for Both New and Old Fans

Aaron takes us through The Weeknd's first big album since hitting superstardom, After Hours.

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Blitz Book Club: 4 Books to Read Now That You Have Extra Time

Nina introduces us to 4 great books to read during quarantine.

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Tips on Starting a New Hobby

Cheryl introduces us to some tips as we all pick up new quarantine hobbies!

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’3.15.20’: A Culmination of What has Come Before, Is Donald Glover’s Magnum Opus.

Oliver explores Childish Gambino's much long-awaited album, '3.15.20'

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A Review of 'Sibyl'

Sibyl is a movie that genre-mixer of a movie, being a thriller, comedy, drama all in one; even a romance.

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2020 Content

Feeling Nostalgic with the Mates of The Sunday Estate

Meet ‘The Sunday Estate’, the indie-rock band that will make you feel things with their crunchy instrumentals, hearty vocals and sunkissed vibes.

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Blitz Advice Column: I Need Time Management Help!

One of our readers needs some advice! Michelle jumps on to tell us all about how we can improve our time management skills.

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5 Podcasts to Listen to During Quarantine

Getting sick of your own music? Freya has 5 great podcasts for you to listen to.

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How to Feel Less Isolated During Self-Isolation

Katie gives us tips on staying close emotionally while staying distant, physically.

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5 Book to Movie Adaptations That Won't Let You Down

Nina takes us through 5 great movie adaptations. Get watching!

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Blitz Book Club: Books that Will Take You Around the World, in the Comfort of Your Quarantine

Cheryl introduces us to three enthralling books from all corners of the world!

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How to Be Productive While Self-Isolating

During these weird times, most of us still feel a need to be productive. Rida takes us through 5 ways to make you feel productive even when you're stuck inside!

5 Celebrities Who Have Been Diagnosed with Coronavirus

Coronavirus can affect everyone, and it's spreading like wildfire. Thaveesha highlights five celebrities who have already been diagnosed.

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WHATSONOT and His Friends @ The Roundhouse

Thaveesha takes us through WHATSONOT's exhilarating performance at UNSW's very own Roundhouse!

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An Interview with Luke Heggie

Jeeves interviews comedian Luke Heggie who is on his way to performing at the Sydney Comedy Festival!

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2020’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition Will Dazzle You

The Wildlife Photographer of the Year is one of photography's most prestigious awards. The exhibition has now landed in Australia's National Maritime Museum and Kevin had a look and interviewed one of this year's featured photographers, Justin Gilligan.

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Why Cadbury Creme Eggs are the Worst

As Easter approaches, we as a unified mankind must face our worst enemy, creme eggs.

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5 Things to Do Under Quarantine

Nina takes us through some time-killing things for us to fill our days with during the current quarantine!

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What Should You ACTUALLY Be Buying During a Pandemic?

In these times of panic, there seems to be almost nothing left on the shelves. Cheryl walks us through what we should really be buying during this pandemic.

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Win a Dream Holiday for You and Your Bestie!

You deserve an adventure. Win an amazing trip with your BFF!

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Streaming Suggestions: March

Richard introduces us to some must-see movies across both free and paid streaming services this month!

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Mardi Gras Reminds Us of the Strength of the Queer Community

Grisha explored the history of Mardi Gras and shows how its effects ripple into the modern day.

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HAPPY PLACE Exists To Help You Find Your Happiness

Celine explored the opening of Sydney's newest Instagram museum, HAPPY PLACE. And answers the age-old question: is it worth going for the gram?

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Somewhere, Somewhere Reflects What Humans Encounter at Different Points In Their Lives

Geordan explores the intricacies of Cédric Klapisch’s new movie, Somewhere, Somwhere.

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5 Female Directors You NEED to Know About

Tasnova tells us about 5 female directors you need to check out.

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The Invisible Man Confirms that All Our Irrational Fears are Real

Steven reviews 2020's reboot of the 1933 classic 'The Invisible Man'

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An Interview with Fletcher Gull

Katherine interviews up and coming artist, Fletcher Gull, on his new single, 'Deciduo'.

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I Watched 'Sonic the Hedgehog', So You Don't Have To

'Sonic the Hedgehog' (2020) has been plagued with controversy since the release of its first trailer. Has it managed to improve since then? Katie takes us through her opinions on the film.

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BTS are Entirely True to Themselves in 'Map of the Soul: 7'

Katie discusses BTS's new album, Map of the Soul: 7

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The Wolf's Call is a Two-Hour Mental Endurance Test

Marc reviews the latest French addition to Netflix's ever deteriorating content line up.

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Getting Down to Earth with Alex the Astronaut

LA interviewed rising Australian star, Alex the Astronaut, about her new single, "I Think You're Great."

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Why Family and Children's Youtube Channels are Problematic

On the surface level, family Youtube channels seem like harmless, wholesome, fun. But Mansi shows us why we must look deeper to understand the invasion of privacy and child exploitation that undermines these channels.

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Orla Gartland Brings a Sense of Vulnerability to "Freckle Season"

Katie takes us through Orla Gartland's new and intense EP, Freckle Season.

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The Future of 'Legends of Runeterra' Looks Bright

Liam review's Riot Games newest competitor in the online trading card game genre.

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Adam Sandler's Performance in 'Uncut Gems' Shows His True Potential

Marc reviews the Safdie Brother's new movie 'Uncut Gems'.

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Top 5 Asian-Australian Creatives

Tasnova introduces us to some of Australia's best Asian-Australian artists and creatives!

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'Honeyland' Makes You Wonder Why Fiction is Necessary When Stories Like This Exist

Richard reviews the extraordinary and multifaceted documentary, Honeyland.

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Being Single and Loving Yourself After Valentines Day

Erica shows us why it's okay to be single on Valentines Day

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An Interview with War Horse Resident Director Charlie Kenber

Alind and Kevin had the opportunity to speak to Charlie Kenber, the resident director of War Horse, about the production.

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Juggling your finances with Up | AD

Banking for the 21st Century! The essential steps to keeping track of your dollars.

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An Interview with Ismo Leikola

Jeeves Verma chats to Finnish comedian, Ismo about the English and Finnish languages ahead of his new show!

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The Story of OneFour

Thaveesha examines the controversies behind Australia's foremost up and coming rap group, OneFour.

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A Definitive Ranking of TV's Best and Worst Talk Show Hosts

Freya investigates and ranks the best and worst talk shows that grace our screens on a daily basis.

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Review: Petals For Armor I

Katie takes us through Hayley Williams' new solo debut album.

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P.S I Still Love You Explores the Complexities of Love and the Trivialities of the Adolescent Mind

Michelle reviews the newest installment in the hit Netflix series, 'To All the Boys'.

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An Interview with Vera Blue

Vera Blue's talk with Blitz before her O-Week extravaganza.

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Bojack is Gone and Everything is Worse Now

Marc reviews the final season of what was Netflix's most realistic and hard-hitting show.

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Hearts and Bones Will Change the Way You Think

Leila walks us through one of the best Australian movies of the year so far, Hearts and Bones.

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Little Women Deserves a Greater Bout of Praise

Ishani reviews the women-led adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's classic novel, Little Women.

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How to Develop a Study Routine

HD student, Spencer Toohey, teaches us their tips and tricks to acing uni courses.

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Kobe Bryant: More Than Just a Hooper

Thaveesha examines the life and legacy of the legendary Laker, Kobe Bryant.

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1917 Lacks Depth and Originality

Richard reviews Sam Mendes' continuous-take Oscar contender, 1917.

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For Sama

Richard reviews Waad Al-Kateab and Edward Watts’ powerful new documentary, For Sama.

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Six the Musical is Not Really a Musical

Katherine reviewed this year's favourite to win the Tony Award for Best Musical. But it wasn't quite as good as it was chalked up to be.

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2019 Content

Why Do People Love Electronic Music?

Georgia looks at why electronic music is so popular, and we're giving away a double pass to Festival X Sydney!

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Local Artists You Should Be Following (Part Two)

Introducing two more local creatives you should know about!

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Local Artists You Should Be Following (Part One)

Introducing two local creatives you should know about!

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Beginner's Guide To Growing Fruit & Veg

Why not try your hand at growing your own fresh produce?

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10 Unlikely Animal Relationships

Here's your weekly dose of all things warm and fuzzy.

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Filling Up With The Big Cheese

Your Friday lunch plans are sorted!

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Green Fest: A Solution To All Your Sustainability Needs

Doing your part to save the planet doesn’t have to be hard—you can have fun too!

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The Brink

The Brink goes above and beyond to produce a portrait of a ruthlessly pragmatic ideologue.

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Charly Bliss

New York band Charly Bliss have been taking the world by storm with their unique brand of indie rock.

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Danganronpa

Danganronpa explores what would happen if a whole bunch of anime characters were locked inside a high school, with deadly consequences.

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Sliding Away Stress with a Day of Play

Alison explains why you should take a break with Day of Play

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5 Unique Things About Australian Nature

Australia is a special country to say the least.

The Big Cheese 2019: Round 1

Valentine caught all the drama of the first round of The Big Cheese.

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Why I Love Camping

Katie makes the case for spending some time in the great outdoors.

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Weathering With You

This anime film provides a critical message on the effects of tampering with nature.

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The Farewell

Shelley couldn’t get over how relatable, authentic and nostalgic The Farewell was

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Why The 1975 Is Taking The World By Storm

Why The 1975 Is Taking The World By Storm

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Acts You Don't Want To Miss At This That 2019

Jerry makes the case for why you should travel to Newcastle for This That 2019.

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Top 5 Australian Metal Bands Coming to Sydney in 2019

There are still plenty of incredible Aussie hardcore rock and metal bands to see in the last few months of 2019.

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Rich Brian @ Hordern Pavilion

Olivia shares her thoughts on Sydney's evening with Indonesian rapper Rich Brian.

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Top 5 Things To Do At Oz Comic-Con 2019

There's definitely something for everyone at Comic-Con this year!

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GOT7 @ Qudos Bank Arena

Katie caught the Sydney leg of GOT7's 'Keep Spinning' world tour.

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The Furies

Flying blood and guts and thrill-a-minute kills make The Furies a fun ride, despite thematic issues.

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Didirri @ Oxford Art Factory

Johnson attended his first ever gig - here are his thoughts.

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Top 5 Rom-Coms Of All Time

Here's Jo's top 5 rom-coms of all time!

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Teamfight Tactics

Liam explains Riot Game's entry into the auto-battler game genre.

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John Edward

Jeeves talks to John Edward about dealing with sceptics, his advice on stress and his work as an educator.

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ATEEZ @ Big Top Sydney

Katie caught rookie KPOP group ATEEZ at their first ever Sydney show.

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The Wild Goose Lake

Kevin reviews the weird, gritty and stylish Chinese noir.

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Explainer: What Is A Meta?

Liam explains the term that can make or break a game.

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Please Don't Make Another Season: Why TV Shows Need To Learn To Quit While They're Ahead

Jo is sick of good TV shows being ruined by their later seasons.

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5 Upcoming Disney Films To Get Excited About

Molly gives us her top picks of the upcoming releases Disney has announced.

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How Disney Still Manages To Magic Its Way Into Our Hearts

Box office statistics prove that Disney films - live remake or not - still retain a massive following.

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A Beginner's Guide To KPOP

Looking to explore KPOP but not sure where to start? Check out Katie's recommendations.

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Playlist | Disney Classics

Euphoria Wasn't Made For You

Of course the content of Euphoria is shocking to the critics - it wasn’t made for them.

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An Analysis of UNSW Students' Music Tastes

Alind crunches the numbers of what UNSW is currently listening to.

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The Bittersweet Joy Of Going Home

Exchange has definitely changed me for the better. In nine months, I experienced some of the best times of my life, but with the highs also came the lows.

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The Boys

Gordon Graham’s play The Boys explores antisocial young men and their dissolution into a shocking and evil realm where thoughts of heinous crimes no longer burden its people, but rather drive and exhilarate them.

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STRESS LESS WEEK: What A Perfect Time to Give YOGA A Try!

Feeling stressed? Here's why you should finally give yoga a try.

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Playlist | Chill Tunes

The Public

The Public is a breezy social drama, elevated by quirky humour and dedicated performances.

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LANY @ Enmore Theatre

LA’s premier indie pop band LANY took over Enmore Theatre on Sunday night, with pop sensation Robinson on support.

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3 Reasons Why I Miss Commercial Breaks

I believe we killed something that deserves a place in the world of contemporary television: The Commercial Break.

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Blitz Short Film Festival Challenge

Students of UNSW, have you ever wanted to make a film?

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Playlist | Year 6 Disco

Playlist | Iconic 90s/00s Movies

Skeggs @ Enmore Theatre

As soon as you walked into The Enmore Theatre on Sunday night, you could instantly tell the type of band that was about to play.

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Must See Acts At Splendour In The Grass 2019

The annual winter pilgrimage to one of Australia’s biggest festival is nearly upon us.

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Autosuggest @ Staves Brewery

Saturday night at Staves Brewery greeted guests with thundering, industrial post punk rhythms as Autosuggest took to the stage to perform their debut album Tame Harm.

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A Beginner's Guide To 'Heathers The Musical'

I know for many people seeing the word ‘musical’ either attracts you or puts you off a bit, but hear me out.

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Top 5 Music Venues In Sydney

Sydney is lucky to be spoilt for choice when it comes to concert venues.

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5 Reasons Why Music Festivals Are Better Alone

Here are 5 reasons that music festivals are better alone.

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Playlist | Music

Five Diving Adventures in Manly

International student Charlene recounts the excitement (and terror!) of adventure diving in Sydney.

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1 Year in Kangaroo Land

International student Charlene reflects on 12 months down under.

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The Penguin Book Of Japanese Short Stories

Jack takes a look at this anthology of Japanese literature.

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4 Ways To Be An Eco-Smart Traveller

It’s important to recognise the impact travelling can have on our planet.

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Budget Travel Accommodation

Travelling on a budget? Check out Fiona's tools for finding cheap accommodation.

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Underrated European Cities

Jo gives us the inside scoop on some hidden European gems.

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Travel Burnout

Johnson explains why it's sometimes good to turn down a free trip to Japan.

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Studio Ghibli SBS Marathon

Get some popcorn, some friends, shut the blinds and spend the weekend in style!

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Where The Crawdads Sing

Christina gives us her thoughts on the New York Times bestselling novel.

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Hein Cooper

Globetrotting singer-songwriter Hein Cooper spoke to Georgia about his sophomore album, 'Underneath It All'.

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Playlist | Travel

Winter Style Guide

Gillian gives you a guide to working the season’s elements in style.

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Leggings: A History and Politics

The only butts Christina wants to see will be spandex clad.

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10 Ethical Fashion Instagram Accounts You Need To Be Following

Here are 10 ethical fashion accounts that’ll help you become the conscious consumer you’re trying to be.

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Explainer: Fast Fashion

Molly gives us the rundown on fast fashion and its impact on our world.

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Oxford St Op-Shop Hop

Consider this your unofficial guide to op-shopping down Oxford Street.

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Booksmart

Jo reckons Booksmart is one of the best films of the year.

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BLACKPINK @ Qudos Bank Arena

Lisa, Jennie, Rosé and Jisoo are four incredible performers who put on one hell of a show for Australian fans.

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RÜFÜS DU SOL @ Carriageworks

These three know how to end a sold-out national tour with a bang, and in their hometown no less.

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Student Sustainability with Arc @ UNSW

From bike repair to organic veggies, Charlene breaks down every way you can be more sustainable at uni.

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How To Be More Eco-Friendly

Here’s a list of 7 simple, everyday things that you can do to become more eco-friendly.

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SFF: The Nightingale

The Nightingale is not for the faint of heart.

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Love, Death and Robots

This Netflix exclusive animated series covers multiple genres including comedy, action and science fiction, all with a futuristic, cyberpunk tone.

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Overwatch

Liam explains what one of the most popular games of the past five years is all about.

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Kids

Charlene explores the lives the super-accomplished "child stars" who put us adults to shame

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SFF: Judy and Punch

This subversively feminist film is very much worth your time.

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SFF: Varda by Agnès

A fitting farewell to a giant of French cinema.

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SFF: White Light

George Gittoes' film provides the raw truth about Englewood, in South-Side Chicago.

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SFF: Her Smell

Her Smell makes you feel like you’re taking part in a psychedelic thriller where all the smallest sounds are amplified and the loudest feel like whispers.

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Curve Ball 2019

Curve Ball returned to Carriageworks for 2019 on Saturday, bringing a stacked line up to Sydney's inner west.

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She Is Coming | Miley Cyrus

Miley's latest EP is a commemoration of strength and perseverance.

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Game Of Thrones (And Fan Fury)

Game Of Thrones has finished, but not everyone is happy with the way it ended. Is the outrage justified?

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Winter Health Tips

Use these tips to help avoid the dreaded winter sickness.

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How To Define Your Style In Winter

Ensure your personality seeps through loud and proud so that the winter period can still be a time to experiment with fashion!

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Marvel Cinematic Universe Movies, Ranked

Which of the 22 Marvel films is the best?

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Maggie Rogers at Enmore Theatre

Maggie spread her magic in Sydney last week, and Laura was there to capture it for us.

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The Society Season 1

Netflix's latest hit show is a curious mix of Lord Of The Flies meets The Pied Piper.

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Arc Clubs

Clubs, clubs, CLUBS! Did you know that Arc oversees over 300 clubs? We sat down with Clubs Officer Tracey to learn more.

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Day Of Play

If you can dodge a wrench you can dodge a ball (maybe). We chat with Keona Lee before the first Day of Play.

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Get to Know: Yoga Club

Yoga Club want to help lower students’ stress levels and improve their mental wellbeing and health in general.

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Get to Know: Bookworm Society

Whilst reading can be tedious for some, for a lot of people it’s a time to relax and be completely taken out of their conscious minds.

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Get To Know: D2MG

Karen had a chat to the dance master Jeremy from UNSW's D2MG.

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Get To Know: Latin Dance Society

Karen had a chat to the Latin Dance Society about all things dance.

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Get to know: Arts Society

We spoke with Daniella from UNSW Arts Society about her inspirations and idols.

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Get To Know: KPOP Society

We sat down to ask Jacqueline from UNSW's KPOP Society about her idols.

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Get To Know: Hong Kong Students Association

We chatted with Justin from UNSW's HKSA about his idols.

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Get To Know: Exotic Beer Society

Karen caught up with James, Drew and Daniel from the Exotic Beer Society to chat about what their society offers apart from exotic beer.

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Get To Know: Filipino Student Society

Luke from the Filipino Student Society gave us the insider tips on Filipino food, drinks and culture.

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Get To Know: Tea and Coffee Society

Karen sat down with the girls from the Tea and Coffee Society to find out about all things tea, coffee, and having a good time.

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Get To Know: Vegetarian Society

We had a chat to Fiona from UNSW's VeggieSoc about all things vegetable.

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Murder on the Dancefloor - Don't Kill Live Music Rally

Laura attended the Don't Kill Live Music Rally in Sydney's Hyde Park & is encouraging us all to spread power, not hate.

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3 People To Inspire You To Make the Most of Uni

Already ready struggle to muster up the courage to face the new year. We have three people that will get you excited to start back at uni!

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Getting Acquainted with Trimesters. A Dummies Guide.

Starting NOW we are in trimesters. Still unsure what a trimester is? We are here to help.

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I Set a NY’s Resolution and Stuck To It. Here is What I Have Learnt…

A new year offers a chance for us to be better than who we were yesterday. Alana has some new year, new me inspo for you!

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Plan For Your Week 9 Meltdown in Week 1

Stop your stressing! Plan well in advance for your end of trimester meltdown.

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Spice Girls: A Nostalgic Highlights Reel

We will tell you want you really, really want? A Spice Girls highlights reel!

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A Medley of Childish Things To Do in Sydney Guilt Free

Spending hours Facebook scrolling? STOP. Whip out the Betty Crocker & get creative.

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5 Kids TV Shows That Exemplify Why Millennials Are The Meme Generation

Have you ever, ever felt like we are the meme generation? Need an explanation? Look no further than our love of trash TV gold!

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The Reality of ‘Carpe Diem’

In Dead Poet's Society we were told to seize the day! Now, it's time we do it.

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10 Tips to Making New Friends (As An Adult)

Ready to get wholesome AF. Ditch those nerves and friend up!

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An Early 2000’s Guide of the Things Kids Are Missing Out On

Potato Smileys. Fairy Bread. Calling you mate on the home phone. What are kids today missing out on?

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Instagram Child Stars To Follow With ZERO Guilt

Tired of grouchy old influencers? Give these kids a follow.

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Maintaining Friends Outside of the Classroom

You don't make friends with salad. Head back to the playground with these tips.

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Review | Aurora @ Enmore Theatre

With the deep vibrations of the bass coursing through the floorboards, Aurora truly delivered a cathartic experience that left the audience feeling alive and loved.

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Writing Competition | UNSWeetened Short & Sweet Winners

We sweetened things up for a very special Stress Less Week writing competition. Check out the winners for best short piece & best haiku below.

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How To Actually Start That Assignment

While I wish this article wasn’t relatable, uni students are unfortunately prone to stress, procrastination and anxiety.

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Review | Map Of The Soul: Persona BTS

Global superstars BTS have marked the end of their Love Yourself series with a new chapter, Map Of The Soul: Persona.

Interview | Sam Cooney

We chatted to Sam Cooney the publisher behind the independent Australian book press Brow Books and quarterly non-profit literary magazine The Lifted Brow.

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15 Weird Historical Facts

History is incredibly vast. It can be easy to miss or forget some events, dates and people.

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Interview | Bri Lee

We chatted to Bri Lee, author of Eggshell Skull about justice and the concept of a moral compass.

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Interview | Oh Boy

Sydney artist Oh Boy is no stranger to collaborations.

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Interview | Broods

2019 has already been a stellar year for New Zealand duo BROODS.

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5 Awesome Historical TV Shows

Learning while watching TV? Ok!

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Interview | Sofi Tukker

New York-based duo Sofi Tukker burst onto the scene in 2016 with their Portuguese-fused track 'Drinkee'.

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Why You Should Binge Watch Brooklyn Nine-Nine This Weekend

Never watched Brooklyn Nine-Nine? Cool cool cool cool cool.

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Best Gluten Free Burgers In Sydney

Need a burger fix but gluten isn't your friend? Here's five places in Sydney where you can enjoy a burg without having to worry.

Louis’ Lunch and the Birth of the Hamburger

The next time you’re waiting at a Macca’s drive through, thank Louis Lassen for the Big Mac you are about to devour.

10 Animal Instagram Accounts You Need To Follow

If your Insta feed has been lacking fur, wings, claws and things that walk on all fours, don’t worry: all that is going to be resolved here.

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My Exam Is Next Week, What Should I Do?

It feels like only yesterday that exams were months away, yet here we are staring at the pointy end of T1. If your exams have accidentally snuck up on you, it’s best to get cracking! Use these tips to help get yourself sorted.

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5 ASMR Artists to Follow

Autonomous sensory meridian response, or ASMR, is the experience of tingling or static sensations through the scalp, neck and spine during an intentional or unintentional triggering from stimulus.

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6 Tips to Stress Less

Help manage your stress (or some of it) in 6 steps

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Get to Know: Yoga Club

Yoga Club want to help lower students’ stress levels and improve their mental wellbeing and health in general.

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Get to Know: Bookworm Society

Whilst reading can be tedious for some, for a lot of people it’s a time to relax and be completely taken out of their conscious minds.

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5 Tips For Starting Dance Classes As An Adult

Starting dance classes as an adult can be daunting, but it doesn't need to be.

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A Day In The Life Of A Ballet Dancer

Eat. Sleep. Dance. Repeat.

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Top 5 Dance Academy Moments

Dance, drama, fights and friendship - Dance Academy really had it all!

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Great Morning Quesadilla Recipe

Start your morning right with this tasty quesadilla.

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Agnes Varda

Kevin pays tribute to one of the greats of French cinema.

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How to Style | Outfits In Every Season

Need some style tips as we get into the colder months? Alana has you covered.

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Budgeting for the year ahead

It's not too late to get your accounts in order.

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Why You Should Start Your Morning With Coffee

Your favourite hot drink can actually be good for you.

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Overcoming Coffee Culture Shock Overseas

Clare is still coming to terms with the lack of good coffee outside of Australia.

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3 Catch Up Ideas That Aren't A Coffee Date

Try these ideas for a catch-up sans caffeine.

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Know Your Coffee

Don't know your macchiato from your mocha? Cheng's got you covered.

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A Guide To Campus Coffee

Wherever you are on campus, there's a good brew near you.

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Throwback: 2011

Time flies when you're having fun!

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Fun Facts About Coffee

Brush up on your java-related trivia.

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5 Ultimate Party Bag Goodies From Your Childhood

We all know the best bit of the party was the goodie bag at the end.

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The Origins of Cider

We take a look at the history behind the fruity drink.

Secret UNSW Students

Here's the inside scoop on some famous UNSW alumni.

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5 Real Sports Rules you Wont Believe Exist

Turns out having your hat fall off or hitting the ball at a camera can cost you the game.

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Green Book & Racial Politics at the Oscars

When Green Book won Best Picture at the 91st Academy Awards, director Spike Lee stood up from his seat, and left.

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The Download Lowdown

Heading to Download? Be sure to see these acts.

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3 Streamable Female-Centric Sport Movies to Watch

Need some kick ass inspiration to get off the couch? Just want a killer movie? We got you!

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Truly in a League Of Their Own

Madonna. Geena Davies. Rosie O'Donnell. These women & this movie were really in A League of Their Own

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Mindful Eating

Our tip: enjoy your food.

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Why Reaching Rock Bottom Isn't Ever That Bad

We have all be there. Just remember that there is always a way out.

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