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MAKE TASMANIA GREAT AGAIN

“It’s an annual Tasmanian tradition. It’s brilliantly stupid. It’s lewd, rude crude and nude, and unapologetic for being so.  Full of energy, effort, bright light and brilliance – our team is incredibly committed to bringing a high-energy show every single night. It’s as much fun as you can have with your clothes on, . . . or off!”

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TUU Elections: Results

The campaign is over and the counting has concluded. Here is your 2018 Tasmanian University Union:   BALLOT RESULTS COUNCIL ...

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TUU Elections: Ballot Bungle

Some votes cast in the Tasmanian University Union (TUU) elections will be deemed invalid following a printing error as the ...

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TUU Elections Begin

It’s that time of year again — the branded T-shirts, the how-to-vote cards, rumours of campaign posters being torn, and ...

Does Social Media Have a Role to Play in Preventing Suicide Among Young People?

The National Suicide Prevention Conference was held in Hobart in July 2014. A major focus of the conference was the ...

Expressions of Interest: Editor-in-Chief 2018

Togatus is the independent student media at the University of Tasmania, by students, for students since 1931. It is a ...

We Need To Speak Up!

Some say that mental illness and suicide is the biggest issue of our generation, and a recent report has revealed ...

Dunkirk Review

Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk is proving to be one of the most critically acclaimed films of 2017. Based on Operation Dynamo, ...

The dark side of tourism

It’s interesting that some of the most popular tourist destinations worldwide are those associated with death and tragedy. Most people ...

Questioning a Masterpiece: The Catcher in the Rye (1951)

The Catcher in the Rye, published in 1951, is the debut novel of J.D. Salinger. It tells the story of ...

Bijou Creative Presents ‘Chicago’ at The Theatre Royal

‘Life is a circus, it’s all a big show’, this statement reflects the content and conceptual basis of Chicago, the ...