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EVENT: Fiesta International 2014

September 19, 2014 / by / 0 Comment

Welcome everyone to Fiesta International 2014! The Fiesta is an annual event that celebrates the diversity and multiculturalism of our international community in Tasmania. It is the biggest event for international students at UTAS, aiming to bridge the gap between our international students and the community through the exchange of cultures in a fun and interactive manner.


TUU election results: Your student representation in 2015

September 12, 2014 / by / 0 Comment

STATE COUNCIL State President: Heidi LaPaglia elected with 71.5% of the vote Votes received: LaPaglia, Heidi: 737 Waechter, Aksel: 293 Informal: 190

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Falls Festival foster-a-band – Dark Matter of Story Telling

October 01, 2014 / by / 0 Comment

Togatus Magazine would like to announce, with pleasure, that we are again supporting the Falls Festival foster-a-band initiative, in 2014. Dark Matter of Storytelling, a fantastic local band who have performed to great reception at several Uni barrels, last at the Engi Society’s epic Dark Laneway Festival. Throughout October you can help Dark Matter secure a place at this years Falls Marion Bay, by voting online.

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INTERVIEW: Dark Matter of Story Telling

October 01, 2014 / by , / 0 Comment

Vote for them for Falls Festival foster-a-band here “New year, new ideas, new album, and newly reunited with their long lost guitarist, from the galaxy of Gaia”. That’s exactly the direction Dark Matter of Story Telling have been travelling this year, in the lead up to applying as a Falls Foster Band for this year. Band members: Pipes, Skins, Licks and Slaps (as they describe themselves) play an intoxicating brand of “big, progressive, ambient, psych-rock, far beyond anything you’ve probably ever imagined”. They have a point to prove with the Falls Foster Band competition; that their “intergalactic jam factory has been a successful mission”. They have been approximately jamming for 27 million years, after all.