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Wednesday 20 July 2016
Art Arts

q&a with desireé dallagiacomo

Bridget Conway
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If you’re in Sydney and you don’t have anything to do this coming Saturday night (23rd July) then why not tickle your cultural and artistic sensibilities with a little bit of inspirational poetry? Award-winning writer, poet, performer and teacher Desireé Dallagiacomo is coming to Sydney as part of Word Travels for a workshop and performance at…
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Saturday 27 June 2015
News Politics Sexuality World

in brief: us supreme court finds marriage equality is constitutional right

Sarah Iuliano
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The United States Supreme Court has made a landmark decision to find same sex marriage is a constitutional right for all American citizens. The finding from the 5-4 vote in the case of Obergefell v. Hodges covers all 50 American states and the territory of Puerto Rico. The decision effectively overturns laws in the nation’s…
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Monday 21 October 2013
Featured News Politics World

female senators instrumental in breaking US stalemate

Danielle Scoins
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As the US Government effectively re-opens for business, it provides a useful time to reflect on the role of women during the shut down. In particular, the relationships that have forged between female Senators across the partisan divide provide an interesting and inspiring example of not only strong female politicians, but also on how the…
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Saturday 10 August 2013
Featured News

apology for causing the blues over ‘the sapphires’

Jillian Blacker
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  The 1960s is associated with many things; flower power, great music, Woodstock and free love. There was also a darker side which is equally well documented, the Vietnam War, political movements and the racial and social tensions of this period. Many of these elements were explored in the Australian movie The Sapphires, based on…
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Thursday 1 March 2012
Film

film: like crazy

Courtney Dawson
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Winner of the Grand Jury Prize for Best Picture at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, Like Crazy is an emotional film about the impact of first love and the challenges that couples face in order to stay together. The film follows a British college student (Felicity Jones) and her American classmate (Anton Yelchin) who begin a passionate…
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Friday 17 February 2012
Culture Featured

the men who want obama’s job

lip magazine
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The race to become the Republican Presidential nominee is heating up in America with only four candidates left to battle it out in the remaining primaries. But who exactly are the contenders? Not much is known about these men in Australia and being a politics nerd myself, I think it is only right that I…
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Sunday 20 November 2011
Culture Featured

feminist news round-up 20.11.11

Erin Stewart
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This new column will summarise events that have happened in the last week relevant to women, feminism, and sexuality and link you to related articles. It will also offer a brief analysis on some stories. This column is still finding its feet, so please feel free to give us feedback, as well as any news…
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