activism

From online petitions, mass marches and social media campaigns, it seems as though there is a new reason to protest every week. But just how effective is activism? Activism or Slacktivism? At it’s core activism is about encouraging social, political or economic change. The way people and groups go about that change varies. Some choose […]

uluru

Uluru holds a special place in most Aussie’s hearts, but for Indigenous Australians it’s sacred. The History of Uluru Uluru is estimated to be 600 million years old and human settlement began around 10,000 years ago. It has always played a large role within the Indigenous communities surrounding it and the first recorded climb was […]

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At first glance, trophy hunting seems barbaric and unnecessary but there’s actually a lot more to it. What Is Trophy Hunting? Trophy hunting essentially allows people the opportunity to shoot (either with a gun, arrow or spear) big game like giraffes, antelope, wolves and more controversially, lions. It tends to be tourists travelling specifically for […]

outrage culture

It seems like every day there is something new to be outraged about. Is it important to be passionate about current affairs or is it unhealthy to care about everything? What Is Outrage Culture? Remember when everyone and their dog was up in arms about Apu? Yes, Apu Nahasapeemapetilon from fictional show The Simpsons? The […]

social media

Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (among others) are meant to encourage us to be more social, but is it isolating us instead? The Ups and Downs of Social Media You’d be hard pressed to find someone that didn’t have at least one active social media account. Everyone from your Grandmother to your 10-year-old niece is posting, […]

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