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Even the most rational agents within our society can have their resolves weakened by shameless propaganda campaigns intended to brainwash the innocent heterosexuals of Australia. The threat is growing, and preventing same-sex marriage isn’t enough. Continue reading A Modest Proposal: Make Australia Straight Again
Gearing up for the most important exams of the year, grade twelve students all over the state naturally went to bed early for a good night’s sleep on the 29th of August. Hopes were high – a decent cohort average … Continue reading Post QCGuess: Seeing Things Differently
Bringing a giant influx of people into public places has more benefits than what’s immediately apparent. It’s great for business, and you can bet restaurants and cafes are capitalizing on the craze while it lasts. Pokemon Go has certainly been … Continue reading Pokemon Go Improves Public Places
Nothing happens along these streets, grouped in clusters and veined by the hourly pulsing of suburban bus routes. Nothing festers along the gutters or behind the faded curtains or off kilter venetian blinds. Hot evenings and cold mornings run together … Continue reading The Suburbs of the Heart
For the last time, I don’t have a boyfriend! I’ve just spent a month at school in Japan. As one might expect, there were a lot of differences to adjust to. But the slippers, squat toilets and afternoon cleaning sessions … Continue reading Japanese exchange: School Chronicles
There is no question that violence is an issue for Brisbane’s nightlife. But the laws supported by the Palaszczuk government, pioneered by Stafford MP Anthony Lynham are not the approach to take in a Western liberal country. Forcing businesses to … Continue reading The problem with lockout laws
Many young people grow up in Bedford Falls: a dead-end town, where dreams are dampened, and escapes to the wider world are plotted. It’s a place where adolescent hopes of leaving are developed into wild plans for the future. It’s … Continue reading ‘It’s A Wonderful Life’ if you aspire to be good
These days, sport is a bigger franchise than ever – with social media, on top of national television publicising the extraordinary (and not so extraordinary) feats of players we come to idolize. Being the top competitor in your respective field … Continue reading Sport: fierce competition to the point of poor conduct?
~FEAST, not for vegan consumption~ A pink globular mass sat in a tray before the eager students. It had a marbled sort of look to it, and pink lines like blood vessels spidering across it. Not just like blood vessels; … Continue reading Future Experiences in Agricultural Sciences and Technology (UQ)
Stop for a moment, and imagine a world without paper. A good thing, perhaps? Or a terribly bad thing? People have suggested that such an era is just around the corner. Books, replaced by eBooks. Exercise books for primary school, … Continue reading The Technology Dilemma: Are Pens and Paper a Thing of the Past?