UofA’s rural campus currently does not have a dedicated psychologist or counselling team, despite a mental health crisis amongst vets

Warning: Story contains mentions of suicide and eating disorders, and images of persons who are now deceased

A student-led campaign is currently underway to improve mental health services at the university’s Roseworthy campus, located north of Adelaide.

Claire Bensted is one of the cofounders of the Australian Veterinary Students for…

RuPaul’s Drag Race.

The spectre of cultural appropriation is hanging over the queer community, and it must be stopped in its tracks

Since the beginning of the LGBTQ+ rights movement, there has been a fundamental debate about what our “end goal” should be: invisibility and indifference within mainstream society, or the desire to forge a unique identity that breaks free of the “oppressive” ideals inherent to a heterosexual, cisgender world.

A majority…

An honest and inventive production about the lived experience of disability

Writer and director Michèle Saint-Yves.

Venue: Rumpus Theatre, Bowden
Written and directed by Michèle Saint-Yves

Written by Michèle Saint-Yves and part of RUMPUS theatre’s new season, Clock for No Time asks that perennial question — what makes us, us? What is consciousness, memory, personality,and who are we when it begins to slip away?

I’ll just…

By Diana Reid

Reviewed by Michelle Roylance

“It’s fucked,” I said. “Like if you don’t think about it too much then it’s so fun. All the parties and being surrounded by friends all the time. But that’s the problem, right?” – pg 48.

Love & Virtue encompasses everything about university…

The DVCA told us the decision to axe ARTS 1007 was partly due to the controversial JobsReady Graduate bill

For years, new students in the Arts Faculty have bonded over their mutual, surprisingly deep-seated hatred of ARTS 1007: Enquiring Mind, a compulsory first-year course, and usually among their first tastes of university learning.

Over the semester, students are introduced to a range of topics from disciplines within the Faculty…

The best dating strategy is giving up

Emelia Haskey

iStock by Getty Images

With my busy schedule involving juggling study, work, and my plans to nationalise the production of Moscato, I’ve been taking some time away from the dating scene. The sheer bliss of not constantly checking your tinder messages and trying to come…

2019 School Strike 4 Climate at SA Parliament. Credit: InDaily.

My name is Anjali Beames and I’m a 15-year-old climate activist, and organiser for School Strike for Climate.

School Strike for Climate is a global movement run by students of all ages, genders, races, sexualities, and backgrounds. We are one of the biggest movements in Australian history, united by our…

Grief, politics, and family take centre-stage in Amy Herzog’s Pulitzer finalist

Laura Antoniazzi and Jackson Barnard in 4000 Miles.

Venue: Little Theatre, University of Adelaide
Directed by Erik Strauts
Written by Amy Herzog
Length: 2 hours + intermission

You sit on a couch in a cosy New York apartment. Your feet rest on a coffee table covered with books, and across the room you spot a copy of the…

The Faculty mergers will result in 104 job losses, according to a leaked proposal

On Thursday 30 September, UofA staff were provided with a Draft Change Proposal (DCP) which explained how the proposed organisational restructure would affect existing jobs.

Largely owing to campaigners from No Adelaide University Cuts, the document has been circulated amongst students and the general public. Here’s what it tells us.

Why is UofA shedding staff?

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