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Hard times to shine in the “men’s game”

Hard times to shine in the “men’s game”

October 25, 2018

Such has been the growth of women's football in recent years, nearly one in three grassroots footballers are now female. But the players have found that this comes at a cost. Matthew Donald reports.

Every breath she takes

Every breath she takes

October 25, 2018

A brave teenager endures, despite having an incurable disease that limits people's lifespan to an average of 37 years. Mikaela Turner reports.

Changing course, changing the culture

Changing course, changing the culture

October 25, 2018

It's been a year since the release of the Change the Course report about sexual assault and harassment at Australian universities. Has anything changed?

The unexpected race to save some of our cultural icons

The unexpected race to save some of our cultural icons

October 24, 2018

Science and museums are in a race against time to save our plastic heritage.

Weedkiller still available, despite cancer links

Weedkiller still available, despite cancer links

October 24, 2018

Roundup - the easy way to keep weed away from crops. But what does it do to our food?

Sex on the blockchain: How cryptocurrencies are revolutionising the sex industry

Sex on the blockchain: How cryptocurrencies are revolutionising the sex industry

October 24, 2018

The digital disruption continues. Cryptocurrencies are moving into the sex industry.

Put up your dukes: he’s an MMA man now

Put up your dukes: he’s an MMA man now

October 23, 2018

After failing to make the judo team for the Rio Olympics, Duke Didier looked instead to mixed martial arts.

Electric shock: Australia’s slow drive from petrol cars

Electric shock: Australia’s slow drive from petrol cars

October 17, 2018

Zero emissions, improved public health and autonomous technology are just some of the ways electric cars are tipped to change our world.

A Day in the Life of Yinnar

A Day in the Life of Yinnar

October 10, 2018

Join Melbourne University students for a day in the life of Yinnar.

Ditch hashtag say Manus refugees

Ditch hashtag say Manus refugees

October 9, 2018

Refugee leaders detained on Manus Island say they do not want activists protesting on their behalf for their relocation to Australia, because they no longer wish to live in the country.

Golden Key: Worth joining or a waste of money?

Golden Key: Worth joining or a waste of money?

October 1, 2018

If you're researching Golden Key, I'm willing to bet that sitting next to you right now is a letter congratulating you on gaining entry... to a society you didn't even know existed.

COMMENT: Where is Australia’s consent education?

COMMENT: Where is Australia’s consent education?

September 24, 2018

We consider ourselves a first-world country but we still think it's okay when a girl says she’s been sexually assaulted to ask her what she was wearing, writes Olivia Reed.

University student journalism from Australia and the Pacific
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