When D-Day becomes A-Day: ATAR Day from students’ perspectives

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

Worldsend Hotel closes to make room for the West Oak

By Emily Pemberton The Worldsend Hotel has closed its doors for the last time after two decades of service. The pub was in prime location for UniSA students and was a well-known social hub for students at the City West campus. Fortunately, local nightclub manager, Hugo Pedler, and business partners have taken over the pub and are rebranding it as the West Oak. “A few … Continue reading Worldsend Hotel closes to make room for the West Oak

Batyr provide free barbeque at UniSA campuses to encourage students to speak out about their mental health on R U OK? Day

By Sam Aebi  Youth mental health awareness organisation Batyr hosted free barbeques for students at all UniSA campuses on R U OK? Day. The organisation, which has reached over 70,000 young people through their programs, provided free food for students at the Mawson Lakes, Magill, City East and West UniSA campuses on Thursday. Students could enjoy a sausage or veggie patty in bread among the … Continue reading Batyr provide free barbeque at UniSA campuses to encourage students to speak out about their mental health on R U OK? Day