After years of continued, grassroots activism, the conversation around unpaid placements and the poverty elicited by them, is finally winning an audience with the federal government.
House of Leaves is a weird book. It’s ergodic, postmodern, epistolary, and thirty other adjectives only used by wankers and nerds (me). It’s the kind of book that has academic papers written about it, and those papers have sections titled, “Postmodern Science, the Hypercube and Parallel Dimensions, and the Hypertext”. Seriously, that’s an actual chapter in this Buffalo State College paper.
New Year’s Eve is fast approaching, and if you haven’t yet figured out how to welcome 2024, then you aren’t alone. It’s been a long and busy year for a lot of us and not everyone can afford to spend $250 on a dinner and drinks package to celebrate the New Year, so here is a list of some free and cheap events in and around Brisbane’s inner city to do on the 31st of December.
Welcome back to the Glass coverage of the Guild Student Representative Council (SRC) Meetings of 2023. This is our coverage of the Annual General Meeting held on Thursday 30th November 2023 at E558, Kelvin Grove Campus.
As we get into the beloved (and dreaded) festive season, it's time to start thinking about your families, loved ones, friends and relatives’ gifts. It can be overwhelming trying to determine what the heck to get people.
The violent bastardisation of marriage told through fabric and religion. Each silhouette represents a piece of chess, and how women are used as pieces in a gruesome game.
From many visits with my friend Zara, I managed to narrow down to my top five favourite cafes that you can find across the campus and Kelvin Grove Village.
Over 16,000 universities across the globe run student evaluations of teaching (SETs) at the end of each teaching period. When numerous studies conclude these surveys are unreliable and biased, why is the Queensland University of Technology still running the program?
Honestly, I have been wanting to take an internet break for a very long time, but scrolling works in a similar way to an addiction. You’re never really satisfied, but you find yourself always going back for more. This may be a little embarrassing to admit, but since I first joined Instagram at the young young age of 13, I don’t think a single day has passed that I have not scrolled.
Aussie rap was inescapable. It shaped my view of the bustling Australiana my family always wanted this place to be.