About Pelican

Danjoo (Interwoven), by Esther McDowell / Yabini Kickett

Pelican is UWA’s editorially-independent student magazine. We are the second oldest student publication in Australia, flipping the bird since 1929.

Pelican dedicates itself to publishing a diverse range of voices, in keeping with the wide scope of the UWA student body, editorial independence from the Guild, and working closely with our writers.

Pelican is not a club or a community, and has no joining or membership fee. Submissions are open any time to all UWA students and graduates.

You can pick up a free copy of Pelican from stands around UWA’s Crawley or Nedlands campuses. We publish six themed print copies every year, in tandem with our website.

If you’re interested in writing for us (and we hope you are – you definitely should), have a look at our Write for Pelican page.


2021 Editors: Millie Muroi & Riley Faulds


2021 Sub-Editors:

Arts and Design: Natasha Brandon & Matt Bryan – [email protected]

Campus Affairs: Thomas Paparo – [email protected]

Comedy – Faisal Hamza & Charlie Mills – [email protected]

Diversity: Cleo Robins & Amman Bari – [email protected]

Fashion: Emma Forsyth – [email protected]

Finance and Economics: Brook Lewis and Charles Fedor – [email protected]

Film: Boa Antahputro & Amy Papasergio – [email protected]

Lifestyle: Courtney Withers & Jacob Cerin – [email protected]

Literature and Creative Writing: Elena Perse & Campbell Williamson – [email protected]

Music: Lachlan Hardman & Jack Meakins – [email protected]

Politics: Luke Barber & Maddi Broad – [email protected]

Science: Paris Javid & Jack Logan – [email protected]

Sport: Lulu Suleski & Nicholas Warrand – [email protected]

Technology and Gaming: Ahmed Suliman – [email protected]


2021 Artists:
Hnin Ei Kyaw Win
Pauline Wong
Gal Krajnc


2021 Media Team:
James Culnane
Maddy Clark
Ashley Browse


The views expressed within are not the views of the UWA Student Guild or the Pelican editorial staff, but the individual writers and artists.


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