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What Will the University Look Like in the Future?

  After the rousing reception that my previous article looking towards the past received, I turn my blurry eyes to the future of higher education, and what FedUni will look like after we are all long gone. Of course, it… Continue Reading →

Active Triathlon Series Race

  After being selected for the Triathlon Victoria team for the 2016/17 triathlon season, it was my third and final race of the Active Melbourne Tri Series for the season. With the race being held in Mordialloc in Melbourne, it… Continue Reading →

Ramadan (the month to get fit)

What is Ramadan? Ramadan is the name of the ninth month of the Muslim year. Muslims fast from dawn to dusk, which means no eating and no drinking. The idea is to take time from our busy daily life and… Continue Reading →

Will the Baltic States Be Around in 20 Years?

Throughout time the Baltic region has been a devastating mixing pot of religion, war, and social conquest, and the recent stabilisation of the Baltic states may not last in the near future. It was only when the great Soviet Empire… Continue Reading →

Horoscopes

The Masked Zamboni! reads your horoscopes.

Make a Difference to Your Campus With ENACTUS

If you saw someone leave a brown paper bag from The Hub on a bench, would you step up and say something? How about if you saw someone step on a small plant, whether or not that personrealised their mistake?… Continue Reading →

NTE Conference Recount

It’s easy to feel hopeless. Sometimes circumstances leave us thinking life isn’t worth it, and our challenges can seem painful, our hardships long and our work never-ending. Many years ago a powerful king by the name of Solomon wrote what… Continue Reading →

From Yesterday’s Teenagers to Today’s Millennials: a comparison

It was a humid summer’s afternoon in Bendigo’s CBD. The fountain on my left was as dry as a bone and will continue to be so until Bendigo’s inhabitants cease requiring hydration to stay alive. My size 11 hooves, encased… Continue Reading →

End of the Day

It’s late. The air is chilly and the wind blows. My muscles shiver at the contact and my skin erupts with a continuous stream of goose bumps; my hair also stands to attention, although it doesn’t last long with the… Continue Reading →

A Hike to Higher Education: Maria Island Trek

I had the amazing privilege of being a part of the ‘Hike to Higher Education’ program in 2016. Ambassadors from the Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM), volunteers from Anglicare Victoria, and representatives of Federation University formed part of the… Continue Reading →

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