Short reviews of just a handful of Canberra’s many bars.
A review of The Lady and the Unicorn.
“A timeless Eden, a sphere at a rest.”
“In the tale of the Man in the Moon, we see evidence of the deeply-rooted prejudice held against women in the field of astronomy.”
“Many viewers found it hard to reconcile what seemed to be two incompatible notions: being on The Bachelor … and being in a relationship with a woman.”
“magic has come and gone … forgotten as a drunk flirt …”
“Remarkable Creatures is remarkable itself for the way Chevalier weaves a fine portrait of the characters, landscapes, social norms and expectations (particularly with regards to women’s lives) of that period of English history. It is noteworthy that almost all the characters in the book are real, historical people who were alive in that period.”
Keep reading for a sample of the best study spots that Australia’s leading university has to offer!
My legs — they’re burning up. My throat shudders, gasps erratic. My muscles are molten with lactic acid, and the heat wicks off my skin. Behind closed eyes, I coolly watch digits and indicators rise and fall against the black. My legs stutter. I lengthen my stride along the eternal surge of the treadmill belt. […]
A few members of the editorial team agreed to sit down for a little chat so you could get to know them better. Join Sumithri Venketasubramanian, Alex Williams, Julia Rheinberger, Joyce Zhang, Lauretta Flack and Bronte McHenry as they chat about their feminist icons, winter comfort foods, layering and what to expect from soon-to-be-available edition three.