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Jess Flint Jess Flint

Jess is studying a Bachelor of Arts, with majors in History, and Journalism, Media and Communications. Her days are spent dreaming of what it must be like to have spare time, and her spare time is spent knitting jumpers for the pug she will one day own.

PSA: Students, you need to know what ISA is.

Suffer from wanderlust? Envious of your friends who skipped the uni life to travel the world? Struggling to save for ...

The Pop Culture Pet

Pugs are everywhere. They’re on our clothes, mugs, magnets, bags, wallets; they’re all over instagram and youtube. Yet local breeder, ...

Pardon my English

Woman: wom⋅an. n. pl. wom⋅en: 1. An adult female human   “Woman” is a common word used to describe females ...

The Preatures: world domination on the cards

It’s been four years since Take a Card grabbed our attention, and the Preatures haven’t slowed down since. International tours, ...

In Review: Rock of Ages

21st Century Hobart is as far removed from the LA nightlife of the late 1980s as it is from Broadway, ...

February Editorial – Editor In Chief

I cannot believe I have just sat down to write my first editorial as the newly-minted Editor-in-Chief for Togatus! We ...

IN REVIEW – Falls Festival: Day three

Irish singer-songwriter SOAK brought her gorgeous songs to the Tassie stage. A small but dedicated crowd gathered to watch her ...

IN REVIEW – Falls Festival: Day two

The first act to take to the main stage was Jesse Davidson. Davidson was an unearthed finalist in 2015, and ...

IN REVIEW – Falls Festival: Day one

Day one of Falls Festival 2015 started with a bang, literally. Percussionist composer Ben Walsh described himself as “the most ...