Feature Story

The False Miscommunication Model

TW: Sexual Assault Sex is happening all around us – in Daley Road colleges, in share houses in Turner and Lyneham, probably in the bathrooms of Mooseheads and, if urban legend is to be believed, on the bench of the High Court at law ball. Read the rest

News

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Cuts to Higher Education Participation Funding

As part of the budget savings, the Government has announced a cut and reallocation of funding to the Higher Education Participation Programme (HEPP). Read the rest

Features

What’s Your Number and Why Does it Matter?

A popular British dating site IllicitEncounters.com conducted an online survey with over 1,000 people and asked the age-old question, “What’s the perfect number?” The study suggested that the ideal number was 10, with 38% of women and 37% of men choosing between 8-12 as the ideal range. Read the rest

Arts & Reviews

Anderson .Paak’s Malibu: A Review

When Anderson .Paak broke through onto the mainstream hip-hop stage last year, appearing on no less than 6 tracks of Dr Dre’s comeback album Compton, the story told in the press was one of a master handing on his legacy to his new protégé. Read the rest

Comment

What’s Your Number and Why Does it Matter?

A popular British dating site IllicitEncounters.com conducted an online survey with over 1,000 people and asked the age-old question, “What’s the perfect number?” The study suggested that the ideal number was 10, with 38% of women and 37% of men choosing between 8-12 as the ideal range. Read the rest

Life & Style

A Letter from Abroad: Montreal, c’est le fun!

“I’m from Australia.” “Woah, that’s far!” This is generally the first conversation I will have upon meeting people in Montréal. Read the rest

Sport

Five Reasons Things Aren’t All That Bad For Essendon In 2016

Whether you’re a staunch realist or the most delusional Bombers supporter in the country, your expectations for the 2016 AFL season at this point aren’t exactly sky high. Read the rest

Woroni Radio

Radio Spotlight: ‘Feeling It’

This week’s featured Woroni Radio show is ‘Feeling It’, a 30 minute podcast of fresh EDM, Future Bass and Glitch Hop streamed on Wednesdays from 4.30-5pm on Woroni Radio and at ANU Bar. Read the rest

Woroni Radio Playlist: Borders

Borders are made to be broken. They delineate difference and prevent migration, although they can also create a sense of identity and belonging. Read the rest