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Meghan Scolyer Meghan Scolyer

Meghan is in her second year of an arts degree majoring in Journalism, Media and Communications, and has her sights set on a career in the media industry. She has always enjoyed writing, and is interested in just about every topic, but is truly passionate about human (and non-human) rights and policy issues. Meghan is new to Hobart, having lived in Launceston all her life. In her spare time, she enjoys being outdoors, trips to the beach, farmers markets and drinking green tea with her cat Benjamin.

Animal Welfare: What Australia can learn from New Zealand

Same sex marriage laws, wind farms and a fruity Sauvignon Blanc are just some ...

February Editorial – Print Editor

Well welcome back to another year at UTas. I hope you’ve all enjoyed this ...

Senate rejects changes to SSAF structure

A motion to review the current structure of the Student Services and Amenities Fee ...

Voices for the voiceless

“Compassion is ethical intelligence; it is the capacity to make connections and the consequent ...

October Editorial – Print Editor

Well here we are at the end of the 2015 university year. I hope ...

UTas celebrates 125 years

The year 2015 was a momentous one for the university community as the University ...

Divestment demonstration continues into day five

Sunday marks day five of Fossil Free UTas’ sit-in demonstration, with students refusing to ...

Hobart pushes for marriage equality

  Last Saturday’s marriage equality rally drew a crowd of up to 1500 in ...

Students unite to pray for Nepal

A student-led candlelight vigil was held In Hobart’s Franklin Square on Wednesday evening.  A ...