Reflections Beyond Mirrors

Made in China Una is a second year law/arts student who is passionate about voicing the concerns of the Asian minority. Read the rest

The Cinematic Scientist

Science Life Welcome to Science Life: A discussion of the weird and wonderful intersection between science and our day-to-day lives. Read the rest

Resolutions: and why they (mostly) do not work

Science Life Welcome to Science Life: A discussion of the weird and wonderful intersection between science and our day-to-day lives. Read the rest

A Pen Worth Writing For

Yashi Compares Yashi is undertaking a double degree in International Relations/ Environmental Studies and hails from Western Sydney. Her column is like a Yelp review for things that aren’t restaurants and instead of useful information, it’s incoherent rambling for 800 words and she doesn’t even get promoted to ‘Top Contributor’ status. Read the rest

Dear Woroni

Dear Woroni: Living in your body, do you feel liberated, restricted, or both? As a kid, I used to run around nude, without a care in the world. Read the rest

Inside the Mind of Frank Jackson: Part II

The Philosopher’s Stoned In this regular column, Anthony Merlino seeks to capture the unique perspective of a different ANU philosopher each fortnight. Read the rest

Interview with Dom Cradick: Deputy of the ANU Labor Left

The ‘I’ in Ideology Isabel Wilson is a second-year student studying a Bachelor of Politics, Philosophy, and Economics. In these regular columns, Isabel interviews individuals around Canberra about the personal stories that have shaped their ideological perspective. Read the rest

Feeling Salty – 95 Theses, Scores of Executive Orders

Dank Memes for Chifley Screens When Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the doors of the All Saints Church in Wittenberg in 1517, he became the herald of the Protestant Reformation, sparking a mass exodus from the decadent Catholic faith across Europe. Read the rest