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Melbourne Uni writing resources

Although the best way for you to do well in English rests with your interaction with your very capable and expert teachers, I thought I’d share some writing guidelines from the University of Melbourne in case you found something useful. 57 more words


Back to uni

For most, Uni has now started again here in Australia.

It is a time of great apprehension, excitement, clothing blunders and unmeasurable hope. This being my 5th year of uni, I’m quite used to the routine each new year brings, but I can still remember my first day and how I felt. 268 more words

Thoughts About Life

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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End of  the shared zone

I came across this modified sign at Melbourne University last week. I see it fairly often and it often gets me thinking about shared spaces and their limits. 95 more words

Everyday Practices

VCESS (VCE Summer School ) - University Of Melbourne

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