By Sarah Smit Tim Thomas has had many titles in his life; full time student at Murdoch, part time minion at Stefen’s Books, and curator of an extensive collection of waistcoats. Currently he’s a Murdoch graduate and the owner of Dymocks Subiaco. Metior caught up with Tim to discuss his most miraculous achievement; working in his field after graduating. … Continue reading Diary of an Overacheiver
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Patrick Marlborough is a Perth based comedian and freelance writer, namely for Vice and Junkee. Last February Patrick dropped his first comedy 'mixtape' “Barley Bombings – Goofs By Patrick Marlborough”. Barley bombings is a collection of Marlborough’s live performances recorded over the past 2 years. His recent debut is fearlessly funny. Barley Bombings provides an… Continue reading Interview with Perth Comedian: Patrick Marlborough
by Pavlina Kolouskova Zac Duggan, 23 year old bachelor student of Psychology and Journalism at Murdoch University, has just launched his new business in Perth Peddle: “a consious transport that brings back the interaction.” Zac, what is your new business and does it link to your major at Murdoch at all? Since I major in… Continue reading PERTH’S FIRST RICKSHAW
By Rhys Prka If you’re a university student and have never taken a study/smart drug, or don’t know someone who has, are you really even a university student? Most people will use drugs like Adderall or Ritalin to cram a last minute study session or write that 3000-word essay that is due in a… Continue reading STUDY DRUGS; A SUMMARY
By Carmel Hooshmand Are you a new student? A “Fresher” newly emerging from the protective womb of high school? Or maybe you’re an older student, who realized the real world is terrifying and you’ve come back to the blissful denial of adulthood which is the label “student”. No matter which side of the spectrum you’re… Continue reading THE GREAT EIGHT UNIVERSITY ETIQUETTES
The following is an extract from an interview with Murdoch student, Jamila Jafari, who fled Afghanistan when she was just five. This piece was originally published on Behind The Wire. Behind the Wire is an oral history project documenting the stories of men, women and children who have experienced Australian mandatory detention over the past 23 years. It seeks… Continue reading The Word ‘Freedom’
Self-assured, he speaks in scenes, choosing words that craft a reel of images in the mind. He radiates theatre, the glint in his eyes dancing as he discusses his favourite medium. At just 22 years old, Scott McArdle is arguably Murdoch University’s fastest rising theatre star, on the verge of presenting his fifteenth show.
Guild Education Vice President recorded a lecture he produced describing what the deregulation of university fees meant.