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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!”

Union Action

Classes may be cancelled over the coming weeks and end-of-semester results withheld as industrial action by UTas staff is expected ...

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#TUUElections Wrap Up: Jess We Can vs Team Unicorn

Another Tasmania University Union (TUU) election season has passed, with Jess Robinson taking the top job as President with 493 ...

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UTas embroiled in SSM debate

Unless you have not logged into your Facebook or Twitter accounts, turned on the news, or picked up a newspaper ...

The Perks of Being a Former President

“There is nothing more pathetic in life than a former President.” – John Quincy Adams, the 6th President of the ...

The Time Is Now: UTas Students Respond to Findings of AHRC Survey

The Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) have released the findings of their ‘Change the Course’ report, sending shockwaves through the ...

The Quality of Mercy: Bell Shakespeare Present ‘The Merchant of Venice’

What better way to test your memory (and perhaps knowledge) from year 12, than by attending a Shakespeare play produced ...

Crash Bandicoot & the N-Sane Remake

Crash Bandicoot has been resurrected from the gaming mascot grave, returning on PlayStation 4 systems across the globe. For years, ...

About Flippin’ Time

Finally, Hobart has aligned with what seems like the rest of the country in the opening of our first Platypus ...

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The Quiet Ferocity of the Jungle Giants

The Jungle Giants are having one of their most successful years ever. After the release of their latest groovy album ...

University Unity Needed

It’s time. Time to speak out against blatant discrimination. The University of Tasmania has become the latest Australian institution to ...