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Catalyst Magazine
RMIT University’s student magazine since 1944 -- 2018 Editors: , & -- rmitcatalyst@gmail.com
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Catalyst Magazine Oct 29
Episode thirty-two of Cataclysm Podcast is out now! 🎙This episode, you’ll hear hosts Tim Miller and Megan Whitfield discuss long distance friendships, the importance of cricket, RMIT’s…
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Catalyst Magazine Oct 21
It’s only two days till our end of year party! Head down to Ferdydurke at 7:30 pm on Tuesday night to celebrate Catalyst magazine. Head here to RSVP: Thanks to @thesansberryblog for the lovely photo!
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Catalyst Magazine Oct 15
Come party with us! 🥂 Catalyst is holding an end of year party on Tuesday 23 October at Ferdydurke Bar 🕺💃 5 issues. Volume 74. One last party 🎉 RSVP here:
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Catalyst Magazine Oct 8
We love this Doggo illustration by the very talented Jacqueline Ling 🐶 club_koi @ Catalyst Magazine
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Catalyst Magazine Sep 28
We love this Catalyst Mate issue back cover illustration by Ying Wang. Have you picked up your copy yet?! 📙 yiingstagram @ Catalyst Magazine
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Catalyst Magazine Sep 25
Hey mates! Cataclysm podcast is looking for contributors and theme music for their ‘MATE’ episode. If you have an idea for an audio segment, want to host or have a great song for the episode, head to the link below and send us your ideas! 📸 Taylor Bonin
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Catalyst Magazine Sep 17
What kind of ancestor do you want to be? If you’re in a contemplative (or existential) mood, step into the live research project ‘New Agency: Owning Your Future’ at the to learn about what housing will mean in the future.
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Catalyst Magazine Sep 14
RUSU ELECTIONS: Belong, a new party formed this year, has managed to win enough positions to cause a hung council.
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Catalyst Magazine Sep 12
It's your LAST CHANCE to submit photos to Catalyst for 2018! Submissions for issue 5 'TENSE' close tomorrow, so send us your best photos that fit the theme 📸 Head here for ideas and information
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Catalyst Magazine Sep 11
We're looking for images for the final issue of Catalyst for 2018 📸 Have you got any pictures that would suit the theme 'TENSE'? Submissions close this Friday! 💪🏼💪🏾💪🏿 Head here for more ideas and submission instructions:
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Catalyst Magazine Sep 6
Check out the beautiful cover photo by Emily Farbrother on our new issue! 🌸 Collage by portiasplace_ @ Catalyst Magazine
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Catalyst Magazine Sep 4
Laura Green explores how millennials can take control of their financial futures, in an Australia of negative gearing and tax cuts.
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Catalyst Magazine Sep 2
Our sister podcast Cataclysm has just released episode thirty-one 'POSITIVE' 🎙 Check it out on your favourite podcast app or click the link in the bio!
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Catalyst Magazine Aug 28
We want your pics! 📸 Catalyst Magazine is seeking photography submissions for Issue 5 'TENSE'. This is your last opportunity to get involved in 2018, so head to the link in the bio for ideas and info. Submissions close next Wednesday
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Catalyst Magazine Aug 27
explores one of the things Australians are masters of: self-deprecating humour.
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Siri Smith Aug 27
Check out my article in which I spoke to the legend himself Sam Cromack from ! We talk all things Ball Park for
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Catalyst Magazine Aug 23
explores how connotations attached to your career can impact your life.
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Catalyst Magazine Aug 22
Considering the current state of Australian politics, Peta Petidis's piece on staying positive in politics couldn't come at a better time.
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Catalyst Magazine Aug 18
Tense muscles | past tense | tense moments in a relationship | If you have a story about something 'TENSE', we'd love to hear it! Head to the link in the bio for more inspiration 🏹
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Catalyst Magazine Aug 16
talks about sad art and the affect it has on us in our day-to-day life (spoiler alert: it's not as sad as you may think it is).
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