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12 cheap ways to beat boredom these holidays
If you're short on cash, here's some fun and cheap things to do in the holidays.
Friendmas is the new Christmas
Friendmas could be your new favourite holiday. Celebrate Christmas with your chosen family - your friends.
Coping with the drought
If you are stressed about the drought, our Digital Drought Care Package will help you cope and stay hopeful.
5 tips to help you make the most of your time overseas
Travelling can be really exciting, but it can also feel unfamiliar, overwhelming, and even lonely at times. We’ve put together our top tips for making...
What Stan Lee taught us about strength, resilience and being true to ourselves
Stan Lee was the man that taught us that it was our differences that made us special (X-Men), that with great power comes great responsibility (Spider-Man),...
Why Anglican schools need to support LGBTQI students and teachers
Gavin shares his perspective on the open letter signed by 34 headmasters of Sydney Anglican schools.
Boy Erased: 6 tips for dealing with the movie's confronting themes
The film could leave you feeling angry, frustrated and upset, if you choose to watch it. Here’s how to manage some of those feelings if they come up.
Why the new Batwoman series is a big deal
Australian actor and LGBTQI champion Ruby Rose is going to play Batwoman in a new series. This is the first time an openly gay superhero will have their...
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- Study snacks!
Has anyone had any yummy study snacks that are healthy for you during this stressful time?Share your story
- Beauty standards
Let's discuss beauty standards that we hold and how it can negatively impact us.Read more here
- Time management with smart phones
I'm interested to see how some of you handle smart phones on this forum.Read more here
- Learning a language
Lately I've become very intrigued about different cultures, ethnicities and specifically languages.Share your story
- Life after Year 12 exams
The biggest thing I hear constantly about advice for Year 12 students is not let your end of year 12 marks define you.Read more here
- Chit chat
Sometimes we just feel like talking to somebody, so here's a thread to do that!Read more here