As UNSW’s longest running student publication, Tharunka is the political, social and cultural journal for all students on campus.

An historic publication

 Founded in 1953, this student newspaper calls a spade a spade, shoots from the hip, and isn't afraid to make enemies in its quest for honesty, honour and humour. If you have an interest in journalism then pick up this paper playmate published monthly during semester, or, if you’ve got an issue that you want to speak up about, send in an article and use Tharunka to spread the word.

It's a scandalous read

Publication of the Foundation Day issue usually ends up with Tharunka in the news for one reason or another.

Per Tharunka's Wiki page, "Tharunka's at times irreverent approach has seen copies seized by police, destroyed by political opponents and censored by the student organisation." Sound like something you want to take a gander at?

How can I get my hands on a copy?

Tharunka is published monthly, so keep an eye out for your copy, and make the Tharunka website your home page to stay up to date on student sarcasm, satire, and social commentaries. 

We're always on the lookout for the next big thing...

Got something to say?

Tharunka is always looking for keen and creative contributors to join the family and wax poetic about student life and despair about current affairs. 

As well as including some publications on your resume and developing your writing, editing, time management, and communication skills, the students at Tharunka are also responsible for some of the most famous Foundation Day pranks ever performed, so volunteering with Tharunka is an inside pass to plotting the next big stunt. 

Like money? You can also apply to be on the Tharunka editorial team or the Tharunka designer. Keep an eye out on Arc Jobs & Ops

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Tharunka 2017

Queer

2017 September Issue

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Internet

2017 August Issue

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Challenge

2017 July Issue

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Women

2017 May Issue

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Disabilities

2017 April Issue

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Culture

2017 March Issue

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Explore

2017 February Issue

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Tharunka 2016

Retro

Issue #8

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Queer

Issue #7

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Ethnocultural / Indigenous

Issue #6

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Foundation Day

Issue #5

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Women

Issue #4

Environment

Issue #3

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Food For Thought

Issue #2

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Immerse Yourself

Issue #1

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Tharunka 2015

Women's Issue

S1W5 (#3)

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Tharunka 2015

S1W2 (#2)

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Tharunka 2015

S1WO (#1)

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Tharunka 2014

Tharunka 2014

S2W13 (#14)

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Tharunka 2014

S2W11 (#13)

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Tharunka 2014

S2W9 (#12)

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Tharunka 2014

S2W7 (#11)

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Tharunka 2014

S1W10 (#6)

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Tharunka 2014

S1W8 (#5)

Tharunka 2014

S1W6 (#4)

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Tharunka 2014

S1W4 (#3)

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Tharunka 2014

S1W2 (#2)

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Tharunka 2014

S1W0 (#1)

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Tharunka 2011

Tharunka 2011

S1W12 (#5)

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Tharunka 2011

S1W8 (#4)

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Tharunka 2011

S1W4 (#3)

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Tharunka 2011

S1WO (#1)

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Tharunka 2010

Tharunka 2010

S1W11 (#4)

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Tharunka 2010

S1W5 (#2)

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Tharunka 2010

S1WO (#1)

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Tharunka 2008

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S1W12 (#5)

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Tharunka 2008

S1W9 (#4)

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Tharunka 2008

S1W6 (#3)

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Tharunka 2008

S1W3 (#2)

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Tharunka 2008

S1WO (#1)

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Tharunka 2009

Tharunka 2009

S2W10 (#7)

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Tharunka 2009

S2W6 (#6)

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Tharunka 2009

S2W2 (#5)

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Tharunka 2009

S1W8 (#3)

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Tharunka 2009

S1W12 (#4)

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Tharunka 2009

S1W4 (#2)

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Tharunka 2009

S1W0 (#1)

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