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oldest political, social and cultural journal, founded in 1953. Pitch to us at: tharunka@arc.unsw.edu.au
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Tharunka May 10
Hamish Duncan's chilling tale, 'Experiments in Human Survival', takes us on a journey to the end of the world
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Tharunka May 10
Axel-Nathaniel Rose using to explore how effects decision making in our relationships
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Tharunka Apr 26
Our Managing Editor on, Rebecca Traister's, 'Good and Mad', in time for the coming to , on 1st May with
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Tharunka Apr 24
Our latest from Shakti Skrikanth from in partnership with 'UNSW grand challenges', tackling by putting forward 'The Case For An Australian Carbon Dividend'
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Tharunka Apr 17
Stephen Melhuish, from examining the and Emission targets in Aus. in a call for effective reform of policy.
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Tharunka Apr 17
Justine Ching, from + tackling through a fast fashion lens. She unpacks the cognitive dissonance between our desire for and the reality of our purchases.
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R U OK? Apr 14
A study found almost 1 in 4 high school students have experienced signs of clinical depression and other psychiatric conditions, and most are not accessing support from mental health professionals. More information on the study here: .
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Australian Human Rights Institute Apr 14
Join us for our first human rights film and talk with - highlights a struggle against unethical corporate practices in PNG: with and Allan Mogeremaa
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The Migrant Worker Justice Initiative Apr 8
International students in Australia! We want to hear from you about the information and services that would help international students avoid mistreatment at work & accommodation. Take part in our survey at
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SAM, UNSW Australia Apr 15
Short films. Big laughs. Don't miss the screening of Video Projects from students in their final year:
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SAM, UNSW Australia Apr 14
All the staff and writers-in-residence who will be featured in the 2019 ! ➡️ Visit the link and our Program Highlights for more info!
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Tharunka Apr 10
tackling with his article on reducing carbon emissions and waste through and eating
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Tharunka Apr 10
'Variegated', our first for the year, by , PhD student in Creative Writing
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Tharunka Apr 10
In Well-Oiled Lies, Crystal Ji tackles by exposing the hypocrisy of Justin Trudeau’s environmental politics
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Tharunka Apr 10
"So why look to ancient history? Even with a gap of over three thousand years, China faces the same primordial challenge" - Jack Zhou taking on by examining in China for
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Express Media Apr 9
The 2019 Undergraduate Prize for Creative Writing is closing soon! Submit your best work by 11:59pm AEST 14 April for your chance to win $4,000 and publication in Verge and
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Tharunka Apr 10
Callout is open for ! We are looking for work that reframes or reflects on/explores how we experience/understand/or relate to Disability. Don’t forget to put ‘tharunka blue’ in the email pitch subject line. Callout closes: Monday 13th May, 5:30pm.
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Tharunka Apr 3
Our first print instalment in the has arrived . Grab a copy of our incredibly good looking from our stands, or . Don't forget to tweet/write to us and tell us what you think of our new recycled pages and eco musings!
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Tharunka Mar 20
writer, , will be discussing her book, 'Good and Mad: The Revolutionary Power of Women’s Anger', at as part of on Weds, 1st May, 6:30pm–7:30pm. Free tickets:
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Tharunka Mar 17
We work closely with writers + artists + editors from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds to foster a culture of acceptance and inclusivity. Our thoughts go out to those who have been affected by the tragedy in Christchurch.We stand in solidarity with you
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