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We're Back! (A CPL Story) Opinion - Posted on 16 February 2017

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This one-click 'rape threat generator' aims to counter online misogyny In The Media - Posted on 11 January 2017

Senior Lecturer Emma Jane says online threats of rape are now so common that they are formulaic, repetitive and broaching on the ridiculous when viewed en masse.

Remembering Shirley Hazzard: 'art is the only afterlife of which we have evidence' Opinion - Posted on 20 December 2016

Author Shirley Hazzard taught readers to approach literature with an ear to poetry and reminded us of the endless and important labour of art, writes Brigitta Olubas.

John Monash Scholar to celebrate Australian multiculturalism Article - Posted on 16 December 2016

A passion for multiculturalism, policy making and peace building has earned UNSW Arts/Law graduate Zulpha Styer a prestigious John Monash Scholarship to study in the United States.

Remembering Shirley Hazzard: ‘art is the only afterlife of which we have evidence’ Article - Posted on 16 December 2016

"Art is the only afterlife of which we have evidence"

Spreading Rumours Opinion - Posted on 14 December 2016

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Pavlov’s plants: new study shows plants can learn from experience Opinion - Posted on 8 December 2016

A new study appears to show plants can learn from experience, raising intriguing questions about the possibility of plant cognition, writes Prudence Gibson.

UNSW academics honoured by Australian Academy of the Humanities Article - Posted on 6 December 2016

Three Arts & Social Sciences academics have been elected to the Australian Academy of the Humanities, the highest honour for achievement in the humanities in Australia.

The ULTIMATE Pen! Opinion - Posted on 30 November 2016

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Selfie is not a dirty word Opinion - Posted on 25 November 2016

Selfies are blamed for encouraging everything from risky behaviour to rampant narcissism. But selfies can be potent acts of self-communication – and anyway, why is self-regard a bad thing, asks Roanna Gonsalves.