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
Picture this: You’re homeless, but only at night. Continue reading I’m homeless, but I drive a Prius
Springtime heralds one danger that darkens the clear skies: magpies.
It’s O-Week and the new study period is almost upon us, which can only mean one thing: mid-year entries. Continue reading How to survive uni: Advice for mid-year entrants
Now that the stresses of university and exams are over, it is time to let your hair down and have some well-deserved fun over the mid-semester break. Continue reading What’s on in Adelaide over the semester break?
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