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What is Power?

What is Power?

What does power mean to you? Does the word mean something different to the person sitting next to you? What...

Looking Back – University of Sydney Anthology 2016 – The Pipe by Tereza Crvenkovic

Looking Back – University of Sydney Anthology 2016 – The Pipe by Tereza Crvenkovic

The Pipe by Tereza Crvenkovic It came into our family possession about ten years ago, when my aunt, Ljiljana, keeper...

Looking Back – University of Sydney Anthology 2016 – Brown Problems by Ujala Rao

Looking Back – University of Sydney Anthology 2016 – Brown Problems by Ujala Rao

Brown Problems by Ujala Rao You learn pretty quick to avoid eye contact with strangers, especially at train stations, especially...

Mad House

Mad House

Do you ever have trouble making sense of the mad house? I do. First thing in the morning, pouring milk...

Looking Back – University of Sydney Anthology 2016 – Building by Persephone Fraser

Looking Back – University of Sydney Anthology 2016 – Building by Persephone Fraser

  Building by Persephone Fraser As a siren slides off, like ribbon through fingers, like smoke breathed out, the heat...

Looking Back – University of Sydney Anthology 2016 – Barangaroo by Robyn Edwards

Looking Back – University of Sydney Anthology 2016 – Barangaroo by Robyn Edwards

  Barangaroo by Robyn Edwards 1. The first woman Barangaroo Proud Eora warrior Fishing Gadigal coves and inlets In a...

Extraordinary

Extraordinary

The little ordinary things in the world have the power to change our lives. A car, like the many I...

A Bookish Adventure

A Bookish Adventure

Life is but one grand adventure. Framed the right way, the ordinary can become extraordinary, the mundane marvellous, and the...

Route 339

There are two ghost buses on the 339 route. Daily commuters know that the 9:05 am and 9:14 am buses...

Submissions Now Open! Your chance to be published in the 2017 USyd Student Anthology

Submissions Now Open! Your chance to be published in the 2017 USyd Student Anthology

Writers, poets, artists and photographers – the University of Sydney wants YOUR work for the 2017 student anthology: The Quotidian The theme...