We took our positions. We readied our Nerf guns. The older boys had picked out the bigger ones, the ones that held fifteen to fifty foam bullets, with more bulging their pockets. I took one of the smaller ones that held eight, but I liked how powerful my small Nerf gun was.
When I once again find myself contending with a confusing mess of emotions, I find myself needing to write these thoughts down.
Likened in my mind to that of a happy place, the gym has served as an escape from the stresses (though mere) of everyday life. University deadlines and missteps at work fail to infiltrate my thoughts while I’m there, my mind instead focusing on the next rep or set.
With your phone flipped face down on the table, you can’t know unless you pick it up and check. At that moment, for a lot of people today, their glass portal becomes a worry machine. A flurry of thoughts quickly fills your mind, as it fights between checking or leaving it alone.
Events such as “Drag Queen Story Hour” have particularly come under scrutiny, as opposers protest the alleged unsuitable nature of such entertainment in front of children.
Law school is no light journey, it requires hours of reading and constant revision of concepts - leaving many chained to their desk for hours on end.
If you are considering attending one of Australia's many country music festivals, such as CMC rocks, Tamworth, or Groundwater Country Music Festival there are a few things you should consider chucking in your bag, as told by die-hard country festival-goers.
Explore Flowah Powah, QUT alum Alice Lang's latest exhibition at the QUT Art Museum, through the eyes of Glass contributor, Hannah Vesey.
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Max Fox (he/him) was Vice-President of the Guild for three years, under…