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“Welcome” to UTas!

When I first enrolled at the University of Tasmania (UTas) in 2009, there was a vibrant campus culture; there was ...

The Death of Humour

Clive James wrote that “A sense of humour is just common sense, dancing.” How tragic then, in light of this ...

Confessions of a Pokemon-GO Addict

As the news broke that the popular Japanese phenomenon, Pokemon had returned as a smartphone app, I instantly rolled my ...

Eric William Glidden

It was cold the morning you died I sat breathing puffs of smoky air My coat’s warmth, the cold denied ...

The Politics of Fear

Last Tuesday I ventured to Burnie to attend the campaign launch for Pauline Hanson’s ‘One Nation’ party in Tasmania. I’m ...

Review: Wuthering Heights

As far as powerful evocative imagery goes, it is very difficult to top Emily Bronte’s 1847 novel Wuthering Heights. The ...

An ANZAC reflection

  For as long as I can remember, ANZAC Day has held a special significance for me. Growing up, I ...

Christ returns to campus

Open affirmation of Christian faith is almost taboo at modern universities, marking one out instantly as a bit of a ...

Why Rhodes Must Stand

In George Orwell’s classic Nineteen Eighty-Four, the ‘Ministry of Truth’ is concerned with editing history and erasing historical personages in ...

A show of deMOREcracy in action

I am entirely glad whenever election season at UTas ends. I intensely dislike being unable to walk through the university ...

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