8 signs that uni course isn’t for you
Choosing a career can be stressful, especially at a young age. So how do you know if you’ve made the right decision? Or taken a wrong path? Continue reading…
So you’ve decided the course you were studying wasn’t your cup of tea. It’s okay to change your mind, it happens. After all, you should be happy, or at least enjoy what you’re doing. If Mark Zuckerberg can drop out of his course and still be successful, then so can you! Read more…
So, Valentine’s Day around the corner. Unless you’re one of the lucky singletons who doesn’t have to splash the cash next week, you’re most likely trawling the shops sussing out top-notch gifts and flowers to impress your other half.
We have a duty as good internet citizens to foster “the positive” online experience and eliminate “the negative”
Today is Safer Internet Day (SID). And not just here in Australia, but around the world. Safer Internet Day has been celebrated since 2005 to raise awareness of online safety, and to promote the safe and responsible use of the internet.
It’s that wonderful time of year again, St. Patrick’s Day! And miraculously it’s fallen on a Friday (YAY!).
St. Patrick’s Day, or Paddy’s Day, as we Irish like to call it, is that delightful time of year where we throw on our something green and join in the merriment of high-spirited mascots, marching bands, dancing leprechauns and of course the sea of Irish stumbling the streets in emerald top hats and ginger beards.
Completely defying the Irish stereotype, of course.
Today we celebrate International Women’s Day. A significant celebration of women and their economic, political and social achievements – remembering a time where equal rights were unheard of and women’s struggles prevailed. Today, we celebrate how empowered woman have become in society, as well recognise how far it has yet to come in many respects. Read more…
It’s back – one of Australia’s biggest and most anticipated events, proudly bringing people from all corners of the world together to celebrate the LGBTQI community. 70,000 people will stand among us to witness the colourful, energetic, world-famous Mardi Gras Parade this weekend – and we can’t wait. Read more…
Earth is an incredible planet.
It’s our responsibility to respect and care for this beautiful place we get to call home. Unfortunately, Earth hasn’t been shown enough love and climate change is very real.
Earth Hour is a global movement for our planet. It is an hour-long awakening to climate change and a worldwide effort to tackle it. Starting out as an Aussie initiative in our very own Sydney, over 172 countries today participate in Earth Hour today, making it the world’s largest grassroots movement for the environment. Read more…
We all have something interesting and authentic to bring to the table
There’s little doubt that Australia is one of the most culturally-diverse nations on the planet. Our population is made up of people representing virtually every cultural background. The inevitable result of this is that our society becomes a huge melting pot of colour, flavour and diversity.
Don’t let any of those lingering winter flus and bugs get you down at exam time
It’s finally here. Exam day. Or the first of several exam days. You’re feeling nervous about what lies ahead and your stomach is doing some somersaults. Eating breakfast is the last thing you feel like doing.