Sunday Roast in Ceire

Sunday Roast in Ceire's Kitchen

STUDENT LIFE Ceire 11/06/2014 

Ceire is passionate about good food and good friends. Here she gives us her cheap, fail-safe recipe for Sunday Roast Chicken.

Top Three Reasons To Start Revising Early

Top Three Reasons To Start Revising Early

SURVIVING HIGH SCHOOL Georgia 29/05/2014 

June is just around the corner, which means cooler weather, an inordinate amount of birthdays and, of course, exams. Whether you’re in uni or in high school, this time of year always brings assessment, and with it, the perils of procrastination. Exams are approaching, but are not yet close enough to really scare students into studying. But there are some real benefits to starting revision early and not trying to wing it by leaving your study to the last minute.

Why you should care about the budget

Why you should care about the budget

STUDENT LIFE Michelle 23/05/2014 

This week saw a hellish and action-packed series of events in the world of politics and students (and student politics, kind of). Michelle See-Tho takes us through what it all means and why she thinks it all matters.

Powering through Powerpoints

Powering through Powerpoints

SETTLING IN AT UNI Brendon 15/05/2014 

Presentation tasks have become synonymous with creating slides on Microsoft Powerpoint. These assessments tasks are common throughout most subjects, often taking up a quarter of the weighting. Here’s a few tips to help you ace that presentation!

Supanova brings the magic in 2014

Supanova brings the magic in 2014

AROUND TOWN Domenique 14/05/2014 

This past April marked the Melbourne and Gold Coast leg of the increasingly popular Supanova Pop Culture Expo. Since 2000, Supanova has been successful at bringing some of the biggest celebrities in sci-fi, fantasy and art to Australia for an adventure-filled weekend of meet-and-greets. Domenique tells us a bit more about it.

Jargon buster: the 2014/15 Federal Budget

Jargon buster: the 2014/15 Federal Budget

PERSONAL FINANCES Georgia 14/05/2014 

In case you missed it, the Abbott Government released its first Federal Budget last night. There was a lot of stuff in it, including changes to welfare, taxation, healthcare and infrastructure. Most importantly for school and university students, however, there were some big uni funding changes announced. Here at WD?WU? we’ve taken it upon ourselves to break down the government jargon and help explain what this might mean in real terms for students across the country.

How I graduated from school and university despite chronic illness

How I graduated from school and university despite chronic illness


School can be hard at the best of times, but for many with chronic illness just getting through a full day should sometimes warrant an A+. Chronic illness is when someone is sick for a very long time. Usually it requires constant management and can lead to a lot of classes being missed. Alex has had Chronic Fatigue Syndrome for eight years now.

The Ultimate Student Travel Guide: The Secrets of Cambodia

The Ultimate Student Travel Guide: The Secrets of Cambodia

TRAVEL & EXCHANGE Alex 7/05/2014 

Cambodia is the new Thailand. It has cleaner beaches. It has amazing temple ruins. It's cheaper. And it's mostly untouched by adult men who wear matching tee-shirts saying "THAILAND TOUR 2012 - GETTIN' ROWDY." With this in mind, I decided to check it out for myself and spend three weeks travelling across Cambodia.

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