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After a bunch of delay, Kanye West finally releases ‘Donda’.

A lot went on behind the release of Kanye West’s latest album, Donda. It’s been delayed for over a year. Reporter Benjamin […]

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Q&A with Afghan Australian Shamsiya Hussainpoor

Reporter Sahar Foladi caught up with podcast host, final year journalism student and Afghan Australian Shamsiya Hussainpoor to talk about the reality […]

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News Talks: What’s happening in Afghanistan?

Afghanistan has been in the news a lot this week. So host Emile Pavlich caught up with professor in international security and […]

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Lockdown at a residential university college

With hopes that COVID-19 may be behind us, many university students have relocated from all over the country in the hopes of […]

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Microbes and the mind

Research is revealing the intriguing connection between human’s microbes and mental health. Melbourne University psychology PhD student Djamila Eliby is conducting research […]

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Loud & Queer: Gallery 17’s Kabir talks breaking down barriers for POC artists

Sammy holds an interview with Naarm-based creative Kabir (they/she/he), about their latest work. Kabir is the Community Advisor at St Kilda’s Gallery […]

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FILM REVIEW: Sound of Metal

It’s the sound of silence that makes not Simon and Garfunkel but Sound of Metal (2019) deafening in its impact. So very […]

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Loud & Queer: Creative pursuits and Wearing it Purple

Sam, Laura and Liz get together for a relaxed Sunday chat about all things creative pursuits during lockdown, what Wear it Purple […]

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MUSIC REVIEW: Solar Power – Lorde

Words by Savannah Selimi The mystique of Lorde isn’t merely derived from her idiosyncratic voice or bewitching rhythms, but from the cosmic […]

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FILM REVIEW: I Care A Lot

Words by Finnian Gregor In the height of ongoing lockdowns, in the crux of our lethargy, it’s only natural for us to […]