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City Calm Down @ Shimmerlands - 5 Feb '17

The rain came on Sunday night as promised, but that wasn’t enough to keep the keen crowd away from seeing City Calm Down at Shimmerlands. The crew behind Shadow Electric have occupied the grounds of the University of Melbourne for a summer series of food, outdoor cinema and live music events. 164 more words

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VCESS (VCE Summer School ) - Melbourne University

VCESS is short for VCE Summer School.       http://umsu.unimelb.edu.au/jump-in/summerschool/

First and foremost, this was one of my best experiences of year 12.

I was a part of the Kwong Lee Dow program since year 10 (

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Those conversations matter

So, you may or may not have seen that 4 Melbourne University students found themselves embarrassed recently when one of them accidentally added a female acquaintance to a group chat on Facebook the four of them were having. 796 more words


Alison Young & Melbourne's Street Art

One of the unique features of Melbourne street art scene is the involvement of “Banksy’s favourite criminologist”, Professor Alison Young.

Every city with a thriving street art scene has street art collectors, like Andrew King and Sandra Powell, or a blogger equivalent to Dean Sunshine ( 491 more words


The Australian Boat Race

2 November 2016

Louis Petrin writes:

The first intervarsity boat race in the world was between Oxford and Cambridge on 10 June 1829. Next, across the Atlantic Ocean, crews from Harvard and Yale faced each other on August 3, 1852. 479 more words

Kathleen Fitzpatrick

In her article in Tinteán (October 2014), Frances Devlin-Glass gives a critical account of the life and career of the previously highly acclaimed historian and writer Kathleen Fitzpatrick, former Associate Professor of History at the University of Melbourne (1948 -62). 2,113 more words


Windy University Boat Races in Sydney

27 October 2016

Göran R Buckhorn writes:

The annual Boat Races between Sydney and Melbourne Universities, for both men and women, were held on a blustery 4.3 km-long course in Sydney’s Darling Harbour on Sunday. 221 more words