Here’s the first post in Ruby’s exciting new ‘Boost Your Brain’ series! Eat these foods to ensure you perform at your best this semester. Happy snacking!
Staff writer Brenda investigates the health services at uni – physical and mental!
Joey finished her Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing and History in 2013, and is currently in her final year of her Masters in Creative Writing, Publishing and Editing. Doing group fitness classes at the gym can be daunting for first-timers, but they’re a great fitness resource and are heaps of fun! The Basics 1. […]
One of the unfortunate downsides of adulthood is having to book your own appointments. The times of parents booking yearly dentist visits and shipping you off to the doctor if you are sick won’t last forever. Not only do you have to remember to book such appointments, but going to them often ends in a […]
Caitlin is a second year BA student, majoring in Creative Writing and English. She enjoys drinking tea from bowls and writing down snippets of strangers’ conversations in her little black notebook. Halfway through my first year of uni, I found out I was pregnant. Long story short*, I decided to have the baby, and a […]
Applying for Special Consideration can be a stressful process – as it occurs in emergency circumstances. Chris recounts his experience and shares his advice.
Mental health complications can be tricky enough to deal with without the additional stress of assessments, mandatory tutorials and just having to be around other people in general. During my time at uni I’ve discovered that not only do a significant amount of my peers struggle as much as I do to balance uni commitments […]
Mallika M. is in her final semester of her Arts degree. She is studying psychology and is passionate about mental health and hopes to be a psychologist in the future. Week 10 has graced us with its presence and chances are most of you are stressing out about that exam/essay/assignment/test/all of the above (if you are […]
Week 7 was host to Rad Sex and Consent Week – a whole five days of “the sex ed you never had” courtesy of UMSU’s Wom*n’s, Queer, Disability and Welfare departments.