With Hillary Clinton all but guaranteed to clinch her second campaign bid as the US Democrat's Presidential nominee, Jacob Mitchells investigates who within the party will be most likely in her top pick when the time comes to choose a running mate.
"There is no ‘Happy Pride Day’ from Mr. Johnson, and the flag isn’t flown or shown much on campus. Perhaps that’s the Pride Department’s responsibility, but there does seem to be a bit of resistance from upper management in celebrating UWA’s diversity."
Sureyya Kose talks to Pelican in the second of a series of interviews exploring what it means to be LGBT+ at UWA.
The Second Leaders’ Debate aired last night, and the hands of everyone watching trembled above their remote buttons with the overwhelming urge to switch to MasterChef. Yet Auspol soldier Wade McCagh endured and, fatigued yet miraculously lucid, emerges from perhaps television’s dullest forty minutes to articulate what went down for you here.
"The regalia I want when I graduate next year need be clear-eyed about the history here, for history provides the bedrock from which one can live a good life." Robert Wood gives his vision of a university which acknowledges rather than effaces its Indigenous heritage; which looks beyond the colonial symbolism and practices still entrenched in Australia's institutions of learning.
As the nation begins to understand the meaning of 'endurance' on day 11 of the long campaign, Brad Griffin keeps us on the ball with his second fortnightly coverage of the 2016 Federal Election lead-up.
When the other TV options last Friday night were the AFL, rugby, Eurovision and 'Call and Win: Win Cash Live!', who tuned their sets to the First Leaders' Debate? Wade McCagh did, that's who. Here he runs us through the key takeaways and events, from the meat raffle at the start, to bulk billing announcements, to the all-important tie watch.