Despite first assuming this would be an article about articulation and accents LARISSA BRICIS did her best to give you some tips on when to chill or be chilled, all by saying ‘Nay’.
A visit to the UTS student acupuncture clinic
For many of us, public transport is a necessity – crammed in between total strangers, things can quickly turn ugly as people fight tooth and nail for seats and the sanctity of a quiet carriage. But it doesn’t have to
An Interview With Outgoing VC
For the last 12 years Ross Milbourne has watched over UTS as Vice-Chancellor, but now it’s time to say goodbye. LARISSA BRICIS spoke to Ross for some parting advice and reflection on his time at UTS.
The world of interning can seem to be big, bad, and full of (monetary) booby traps. It can also appear to be a magical one-way ticket to paid professional gigs. LARISSA BRICIS quizzed three intern babes, in search of intern-Enlightenment.
If you want a job you’ve got to work it – ‘it’ being your stunning, accessible and ultimately lovely personality. Resident people-person LARISSA BRICIS shares her tips for turning heads.
Unless you’re one of those people claiming that they study for
Going through a quarter of the year with only a tentative commitment to your shitty casual job, a need to have travel stories to make friends with, and generally living the Peter Pan lifestyle that university allows (if not encourages)