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Short Fiction: Bar

December 18, 2016

By Hannan Lewsley: It was cold as gentle snow finally began to build upon the outside ledge of the only little window in a delicate...

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The price they paid: The story of four women wrongfully accused of child sexual abuse and their journey to justice

September 22, 2016

Julia Readett reviews Southwest of Salem: The Story of the San Antonio Four at the Queer Screen Festival: Southwest of Salem: The Story of the San Antonio...

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Diversity on Screen: Asian Australians and ‘The Family Law’ on SBS

August 24, 2016

By Mark Mariano: Let me begin by saying how great 2016 has been so far in terms of multicultural programming, and it goes without saying...

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Open Letter to the VC: The West needs Performing Arts

August 15, 2016

By Dr Mel Macarthur: Dear Professor Glover, A word of introduction. I am a graduate student (D.C.A.) currently in my third year at Western Sydney...

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August 3, 2016

By Winnie Dunn: “A good story—one that knows its use and power—startling imagery and syntax, and a curious perspective can help us bypass problematic social...

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Beyond Boundaries 2016: more than just your average postgraduate conference

August 2, 2016

By Narelle Ontivero: How many people does it take to organise a Postgraduate conference? Five students; and, two convenors. I’ll be first to admit, the...

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Looking at the whole picture: My experience at Western Sydney University

By Vanessa Noble: We see it every day, people forming opinions based on a single experience with an organisation. People may have a bad experience...

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The Wolves

May 30, 2016

By Alby Davidow: Willing wives will wallow once; What wandering wolves wonder; When pouncing placid, peaceful doe; Why would wolves wish to wither wonder? What...

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