The expectations of first-year students didn’t quite turn out as planned with COVID-19 turning the bustling university life into a makeshift virtual reality. Continue reading Adapting to university: How first years tackled the COVID semester
UniSA has just launched its Ally Network, a step towards creating a culture that supports sexual and gender diversity within the university. Continue reading University of South Australia & the Rainbow Club announce Ally Network
COVID-19 has introduced us to the life of studying online, so how many of us will stick with it? Continue reading COVID-19: Will studying online become the new norm?
Year 12 is arguably your most important year of high school. So, with COVID-19 having a large impact on many students’ final year of school, what has it been like for those who have had their year impacted by the virus? Continue reading A year 12 student’s perspective on how COVID-19 has impacted their most important year of high school
COVID-19 is changing the way we live, so what does this mean for already struggling university students and their mental health? Continue reading The next victim of COVID-19: The mental health of university students
Student Services and Amenities Fees are designed to fund non-academic services, but how are they being used while no one can study on campus? Continue reading Student Services and Amenities Fees spending amid COVID-19
Many freshly graduated year twelves take time off after high school to travel or work before heading on to further studies, but is it the right move for everyone? Continue reading To gap year or not to gap year?
Classrooms may be empty but Year 12 students are still feeling trapped by the mystery of their final score. Photo source for cover photo: Continue reading When D-Day becomes A-Day: ATAR Day from students’ perspectives
The Royal Croquet Club (RCC) will be returning to the University of Adelaide (UOA) for 2020, much to the frustration of staff and students. Continue reading RCC set to return to Adelaide Uni in 2020
With assignments coming in thick and fast, and with leisure time becoming harder to find, the next few months can be very difficult for students. Continue reading R U OK?: How universities are getting students talking about mental health