Realising the disconnect between themselves and the broader public, young people with Dissociative Identity Disorder and other multiplicity conditions have taken to YouTube to tell their stories.
By Siyuan He The so-called “trimonster” came into being under the University of Technology Sydney (UTS)’s policy of reducing its traditional 14-week semester to 11 weeks and adding a summer semester. Another university, the University of New South Wales (UNSW) has implemented trimesters in 2019. The move has been met with opposition. “Come on out and […]
“What did you say? Could you please repeat that?”: Why overseas-born Australians are undergoing accent modification.
Does it really matter if we have an accent? By Adelle Glance-Wilson Over 40% of Australians are born overseas, however an influx of overseas-born professionals are choosing to undergo accent modification training to sound ‘more Australian’. How much does it really matter if we have an accent? There are concerns that the way we speak, […]
Video games are played by 70% of Australians and are worth $3 billion to the economy, so why has the government refused to subsidise the industry? Representatives for the games industry have become fed up with the lack of government support and have pointed to the generous subsidies provided to the film and television industries. […]