Cohen almost didn’t turn up this week! Special guest Laney Kunum and Bridget talk about Quidditch and Prosh in his absence. Also: small dogs, the new Class Rep system, Multicultural Week, and how waiting outside tutes just doesn’t get any easier.
This week: responsible and economical drinking, cheeky nuggets, Tina Turner dance moves, finessing stalls, icebreaking with Spanish, how it feels like we're already behind, and why we're lucky to live in Perth.
Welcome to the pilot episode of Better Late Than Fresher! We’re chronicling the real-life experiences of a brand new UWA fresher from O-Day to final exams, and trying to offer some helpful advice and guidance along the way.
The tone of Colour is much more warm and romantic than the introspective Overgrown, with plenty of songs referencing relationships and affection as opposed to Blake’s own experiences as a musician. Bridget Rumball reviews.
This is Acting probably seemed like a great idea on paper - Sia taking back songs that she’s written for others, and making them her own. But there is absolutely no difference between 80% of this track list, and the track list for 1000 Forms of Fear; proving that this isn’t necessarily acting, but continuing on as normal.