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Soft Sounds for Sad Souls

I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It by The 1975 On 26 February, British band The 1975 released their sophomore album, I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So… Continue Reading →

Top 3 Geeked Out Movies

The Federation Generation have spoken. After venturing out to the university’s Mt Helen Campus and the FedUni Living residence, Jemacra Place, over the past week, I asked a range of students to pick their top five ‘Geeked Out’ movies. From… Continue Reading →

If It Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fix It

Why? It’s the only word I can associate with the new Arnott’s Shapes. Apparently after complaints that the biscuits were not flavoursome enough, the company decided to whip up some new packaging and revamp their recipe. As anyone could tell… Continue Reading →

Check Mate Review

There are a lot of services around the uni that aim to work with students to help them academically. I recently found out about Check Mate from a lecturer; while there is a very nice page that goes into great… Continue Reading →

One Punch Man Review

One Punch Man Imagine if you had the ability to absolutely destroy any obstacle that dared stand in your way with just one single punch. Sounds awesome right? Well, no… apparently not. Originating from a crudely drawn (but totally awesome)… Continue Reading →

Already a Classic

Views by Drake Drake’s first studio album in three years, Views follows the release of his hit singles including ‘Hotline Bling’, arguably the biggest and best song of 2015; ‘One Dance’ featuring Wizkid and Kyla; and ‘Pop Style’ featuring Jay-Z… Continue Reading →

HabitRPG

They say that a messy desk shows a messy mind — if that’s the case, my mind must be gridlocked. My desk is where paper goes to die. I have four inboxes in my office and not one of those… Continue Reading →

The Chatroom Project

Communicating with strangers online seems to be becoming more normalised with the accessibility to the internet and the readiness of apps intended for that purpose. But the behaviours or actions of who you communicate with online often are not.

Boppy Anthems For the Post ’00s Age

In 2012, when their youngest member was just 14 years old, Los Angeles–based band Cherri Bomb took on Australian music festival Soundwave, having already opened for top billing acts including The Smashing Pumpkins and Foo Fighters.

Yellow Skies

Upon visiting Melbourne’s Metanoia Theatre Space to experience Baker’s Dozen Theatre Company’s most recent production, Yellow Skies, I knew the show would be a success the moment I realised I forgot where I was.

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