Sudan is in the middle of a major political and humanitarian crisis, following the ousting of dictator Omar al-Bashir on April 11. Continue reading The Sudan crisis: What is happening?
With lower living costs and less business competition than other capital cities, Adelaide could be on its way to becoming Australia’s little-known tech haven. Continue reading Not just a city of churches: Is Adelaide the nation’s secret startup hub?
A gentle, smiling woman, Beena is like any other mother of three at first glance. Yet she represents one of the most powerful voices for women’s rights in southern India. Continue reading The Mother of Kochi: Beena Sebastian
It has come to the world’s attention that you not only have a lack of respect for the LGBTQIA+ community, but for the terms of agreement everyone must follow in the workplace. Continue reading An open letter to Israel Folau
On any given night in South Australia, around 6000 people are experiencing homelessness – nationally, it’s over 100,000 people. Continue reading UniSA and Vinnies fight homelessness with community sleepout
As someone that really loves a party, it should not be a surprise that I think 21st birthday parties deserve more appreciation. Continue reading Embrace 21st season while you still have the chance
Within a mesh of monochrome green, Billie Eilish is messing around in a bathtub for a series of ‘My Calvin’ videos for Calvin Klein. Continue reading Wide-leg jeans are this decade’s mini-skirt
There is a hidden but exceptionally common disease affecting one in every 10 women in Australia that is costing the nation an estimated $7.7 billion annually. Continue reading Feel our pain: The monster disease silently tormenting Australian women
Childcare workers play a vital role in the development of young children; it’s time they got paid like it. Continue reading More than just babysitters
On the Record editor Thomas Kelsall won the ‘Julie Duncan Memorial for Student Journalism’ award earlier this month. Continue reading Julie Duncan Memorial Award presented to UniSA student