The motto of Rainbow Collective is to provide a voice and presence, as well as empowerment, for many LGBT+ people and young people who may struggle with finding acceptance, even in today’s society.
Early on a chilly Friday morning, a small band of hardy IT students from FedUni Gippsland met at the Churchill campus, eager to embark on a journey of epic proportions.
I have been in and out of universities for a long time, and there are a few stereotypes that have not changed, specifically the outspoken (often mature-age) student in discussion groups.
We are all edible, Some of us, only once.
Note: The following interview is an upcoming excerpt from my two-hour interview with my alter ego, Raoul Duke. In this piece, we discussed the hammer of the gods themselves while in Raoul’s caravan on June 18, 2017.
The French revolution, one of the most terrifying political revolts in human history, changed not only France but every Europeans nation’s social ideals. But what if this bloody 10-year revolt had never happened?
My name is Su Khaing Toe Aye and I’m from a refugee camp in Thailand called Mae La refugee camp. I was born in the camp in 1992 and I came to Australia in 2007.
It’s been almost a month and a half since the end of semester one, so I’m sure you’re already struggling back into student mode after the holidays.
I was crunchy. I was flavoursome. I was tantalising.