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My adventure with uni life, so far

Written by Tahlia Tranter Coming to uni was always something I intended on doing. When I finished year 12, I knew exactly where I wanted to go and what I wanted to do – so I thought. A few months after I completed high school, the fantasy of going...

Why you should exercise for your mental health and wellbeing

Written by Stephen Hale-Worrall Life will always be full of ups and downs, and under most circumstances we are able to ride those waves. There are times however when we experience additional stress related to work, study, or something big occurring...

What I learned from moving out of home

Starting university is overwhelming. The work required is more independent and there’s lots of it too. We are expected to get the hang of it quite quickly. All of this alone can cause anxiety levels to spike. When we take into account the fact that...

Breaking down barriers: living with Bipolar

Welcome to a life of bipolar! It’s amazing, and it sucks (insert irony emoji here). I write this for one reason and one reason only: to broaden our awareness of the mental health conditions distributed throughout our society. Somatic conditions are...

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Sam’s mullet with a message

While some people have been baking bread, learning a new language, or sewing face masks to get through COVID-19 isolation, Bachelor of Education student Sam Groom has been growing a mullet. But Sam’s business-in-front-party-in-the-back hairstyle is...

Mental Health Month 2020

It’s National Mental Health Month – an important time where the Australian community comes together to raise awareness that mental health matters. This year we’ve experienced some devastating events across the country, beginning with...

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