Student News

OPINION: More on Higher education: Tales from South America

June 04, 2014 / by / 0 Comment

What do you know about South America? Yes, for the lovers of soccer the reply is fast: South America is about soccer! Not just because Brazil has won the FIFA World Cup a record fives times (and will host the next event in June!) but also for all the great soccer players as Maradona and Messi from Argentina, Ronaldinho and Neymar from Brazil, among many others.

Photo: Nathan Gillam

OPINION: Students have their say on recent protest

May 23, 2014 / by / 0 Comment

UTAS staff and students came together to show their opposition to the proposed budget, especially in terms of higher education cuts and Newstart changes at the Hobart campus Wednesday afternoon. MPs Lisa Singh and Bryan Green joined the protest and both spoke to the crowd, thanking them for their support against this “heartless and cruel budget”. In a symbolic act, students burnt a copy of budget, amongst chants from the crowd.

Arts & Culture

DARK MOFO: MONA till midnight

June 19, 2014 / by / 0 Comment

MONA was a wash with branding for ‘Southdale’ shopping centre, the museums latest art installation during the MONA till Midnight event for Dark Mofo on Tuesday.


DARK MOFO: Articulated Intersect artist speaks

June 13, 2014 / by , / 0 Comment

ABOVE: Artist Rafael Lonzano-Hemmer speaks about his installation Articulated Intersect at the opening of his work tonight. This once-in-a-lifetime installation, in the words of the artist, allows intimacy through direct control. It is an expression of the physical presence of those interacting with the piece. Multiple levers search the night sky, controlled by you, the participant.