On holidays but stuck in SA? Here is a guide of things to do in our own backyard this university break. Continue reading What’s going on in SA this winter break?
With travel restrictions easing in South Australia, we’ve found the perfect getaway at Wilpena Pound in the Flinders Ranges that has something for everyone. Continue reading Exploring outback South Australia at Wilpena Pound
Parents are all about keeping their children connected to friends and family during isolation but what else are children connecting to in these ‘kids-friendly’ applications? Continue reading Messenger Kids: made for kids, controlled by parents?
Exploring the effect COVID-19 has on individuals, Disruption Theatre’s ‘Mosaic’ is a celebration of strength in diversity despite isolation Continue reading Review: Disruption Theatre offers innovative live performance in ‘Mosaic’
Among headlines, graphics and tweets about the current height of the Black Lives Matter movement internationally, cries are being heard with an emphasis on the LGBTQIA+ community this Pride Month. Continue reading Pride not prejudice: why intersectionality is crucial
Answering the question on everyone’s lips at the moment: should I start a podcast? Continue reading Should you start a podcast?
Covid-19 has seen thousands of Australians seek digital intimacy through OnlyFans; a subscription-based website popular for amateur porn. While they face serious piracy concerns, two content creators share their insights into this lucrative online business. Continue reading Thousands of Australians turn to adult websites during COVID-19 restrictions despite privacy risks
While the easing of state restrictions is great news for some, people with social anxiety are nervous about the return to normal life. Continue reading Normality resuming is not great news for everyone, especially those with social anxiety
Since the pandemic, there has been a dramatic increase in the number of South Australians relying on food services. As food services struggle to keep up with the increase in demand, some South Australian chefs have taken it upon themselves to lend a helping hand. Continue reading ‘If we pull out, these people will starve’: the volunteer chefs that are cooking to feed Adelaide’s most vulnerable
People are emerging from self-isolation a little squishier than before, and they’re joking about it all over the internet. But are they thinking twice about the serious effects this messaging may be having on the body image of the people around them? Continue reading ‘Quarantine 15’ weight gain jokes aren’t just harmless self-depreciation, they’re fatphobic