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On Laying Down the Body of A Loved One

This poem reflects a timeless theme of humanity: death. The poem may appear grim, but it documents the internal monologue of a person coming to terms with the death of their loved one in...

Interstella

Pressure. That's all I feel around me. From within my heartbeat shakes me. I push through and I open my eyes. Emptiness is all I see. Was I dead? No- I'm just in the...

10 Reasons Why Everyone (Except Billionaires) Should Vote for The Greens at This Election

Disclaimer: Now, I know what you might be thinking… “Politics sucks, it’s so boring! I couldn’t even care less…” Indeed, Australian politicians live so out of touch with nature and the general public, that...

Candidate Messages To Students

Across the afternoon of Tuesday the 26th and the morning of Wednesday the 27th of April candidates from Dawson (Liberal: Andrew Willcox; Labour: Shane Hamilton; Greens: Paula Creen; One Nation: Julie Hall), Herbert (Liberal:...

Federal Election 101

This article aims to provide the basics for students who may not have experienced an election, those who want a refresher or simply feel overwhelmed by politics. The upcoming Federal Election will be held on...

Sandwich

‘Sandwich’ is one of my more colourful, random and abstract pieces. The pen I used did not vary in width, and as a result, I had to rely on pen strokes rather than the...

The True Heir II

The following is a segment of Josh’s novel, The True Heir, which he has been working on throughout his degree.  Part 1 is available here.  II.               Elayna My horse lessons...

Get to Know Your  Councilors 2021 SP1

This week your counsellors answered the question “What is something people may not initially expect about you?” If you want the counsellors to answer your question, submit it here. Thomas Sherrington | President Something people might not expect...