This week, Yak talks with Andie and Siobhan to gain some insight into the experience of studying with a disability at UON.
There are three certainties in life; death, taxes, and dodgy mechanics. The first one you can’t avoid, the second one you shouldn’t, but the third one you can work around with a bit of luck and know-how.
Lauren covers the Asylum Seeker Welfare Cuts and the Newcastle Light Rail getting the green light.
Daniel Armstrong and Brooke Heinz discuss Atomic Blonde. Many comparisions to John Wick are made, even though Brooke has never seen it.
To celebrate the diversity of the students, staff, and community members of UON, Yak had a chat with Leah Armstrong – Director of the Wollotuka Institute – to learn more about the experiences of Indigenous students at university.
We interrupt our regularly scheduled programming (get it?) to give you the low down on what Robotgals is doing to get young girls interested in science and engineering.
Justin fills us in on the Same-Sex Marriage Plebiscite and the Change the Course report from the Australian Human Rights Commission.
Sophie Austin talks about the upcoming postal vote for same-sex marriage legalisation in Australia, the consequences and how you can be prepared to make a difference. We’ve all heard about the “plan B” postal vote […]
Monique Aganovic reviews Uni Revue 2017: Lukewarm Clap
We’re back with the second episode of Yak Rewind! Giving a voice for UON students to comment on the hottest trending news, every fortnight. Check down below for more info on the topics discussed. Citizen […]