NUPSA’s 2020 President, Aaron Matthews, reflects on his own journey and challenges as a student, and how these have shaped his commitment to improving postgrad mental health.
A real friendship is the biggest ‘new beginning’ I have experienced in my life. A real friendship is exhilarating. A real friendship is what I have discovered.
By Natasha Winter. “Nine years on, I’ve learnt that even when things are tough and things happen that are out of our control, the sun will always rise the next day.”
Penny’s back for another year! This month, she has some excellent interior decorating advice (for a student with exotic taste).
A poem from BEACH REFLECTIONS, by Nepheronia Jumalon Ogburn.
Nepheronia Ogburn never fussed or bothered with her hair – until a major upheaval in her life sent her tumbling into a world of beauty, colour and glamour.
Studying abroad is like starting a new life, writes Shuang Zhang. There are challenges to face, from difficult study to learning a new language, but great rewards as well.
Want to know how many events we ran this year? How many students we assisted? How many pizzas we ate? Read on!
In her final monthly report as NUPSA President, Ash McIntyre reflects on all the things we’ve achieved in the past two years.
Does travel make you more creative? Can it change your personality? Larissa Fedunik looks at the scientific benefits of wanderlust.
This month, Penny writes of a wild night of felonies with Dame Judi Dench, and shares with us a Christmas story.
Ash McIntyre speaks to Associate Professor Rachel Hendry about Digital Humanities (DH), an exciting new field of interdisciplinary study.
A team of volunteer trekkers have just returned from UON’s Ikara-Flinders Ranges Challenge, in support of Indigenous education and health research.
With Halloween on the way, one student has an especially frightening question for Penny this month: what do you do when your sister is possessed?