Eight months ago, we set out to make a magazine which reflected and challenged student opinion in all its diverse forms.
Author Archive: Asher Emanuel
In the summer of 1953, when Francis Crick stumbled through the front door of his home announcing to his dear wife that he had uncovered the double-helix structure of DNA, he brought about the single greatest leap in the field of genetics in history. At the time of this epiphany, he was tripping on LSD.
“Dear Sir, The recent council spending on the flash new public lavatories is quite frankly a god awful waste of hardworking ratepayers’ money. Firstly, the lack of nearby parking is a total bother to mature residents such as myself. This is not to mention the completely unnecessary construction of a ramp device next to…” This. This, [...]
Surely you’ve seen Star Wars. In the first film, Darth Vader is the epitome of evil. Always the fashionista, shrouded in a metallic black suit, cape and helmet, the Dark Lord roams the Galactic Empire, crushing rebel and jedi alike in their campaign to return peace to the galaxy. He’s a really bad man. And the [...]
It just so happened that we were having a chat to some old geezers the other weekend. These were some old geezers who were at Vic back in the ‘60s–and the one nugget of wisdom commonly imparted by them all was how sorry they felt for students these days. Everybody emphasised that, in a time [...]