Down a cobble-stoned alleyway, tucked away in an old car garage in the middle of the urban sprawl of Sydney, lies one of the city’s very best hidden bars. Co-run by Lara Dignam, Joshua Ng & Michael Dinse, Papa Gede’s Bar on Kent Street has gained a reputation for good vibes, great company & fantastic cocktails […]Read more "What’s Hidden? Papa Gede’s Bar"
Every time I see these mass shootings our thoughts & prayers are not enough. Barack Obama addressed millions of desperate Americans and countless more across the globe in a press conference earlier today in light of another mass shooting, the latest in 994 separate incidents since Obama’s reelection in 2012, occurring at a community college in Roseburg, […]Read more "The Roseburg Mass Shooting & Obama’s Plea to the American Public"
Chad Crumpton, 20, believes in the adage that home isn’t necessarily where your TV is. For him, home lies twenty kilometres outside of the tiny historical township of Braidwood, New South Wales- deep in a secluded pine forest.Read more "Braidwood: A Tale by Chad Crumpton"
Moving deeper into the enthralling labyrinth that is creating audio; my latest task requires an analysis of past students attempts of creating engaging stories through sound. After listening to close to a dozen different stories I found myself most impressed with “her place within pages” by Ashleigh Field. The overarching theme of this piece focused on […]Read more "“Her place within pages” – review"
Sitting in the well-lit classroom of Room 1059, University of Wollongong. The topic of a mediated public sphere is brought to the fore of our budding journalist minds. As ideas born through opinionated minds were strewn left, right and centre- bouncing from the walls and embedding themselves into the soft tissue of our brains. I […]Read more "Muslim Hate In Australia: Ideas About the Public Sphere"