By Lucy Rutherford “Wait, what guy is that again?” my best friend asked me with a confused look on her face as I opened Tinder to show her a photo of my latest love interest, who two weeks later I would not even be able to remember the name of. Despite what you might be thinking, I am not some elite charmer of the male … Continue reading Why romance truly is dead?
By Aidan Curtis The Federal Budget announced an increase to university fees of 1.8 per cent starting in 2018, with a total increase of 7.5 per cent by 2021. Graduates will also have to start repaying their HECS debts while earning money in a lower income bracket. Now, in an ideal world, everything would be free and no one would fight over anything and we’d … Continue reading University Fees
By Aidan Curtis. The same-sex postal vote is here. Since September 12th, the ballot papers have begun rolling out to the registered voters of Australia. Voters have until 6pm on November 7, 2017 to mail back their votes, but the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has recommended returning the votes by October 27. Many have called the postal vote a waste of time considering it … Continue reading THE POSTAL VOTE: UNISA RESPONDS