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Oz Comic-Con: A Review Jasmin Hoadley Oz Comic-Con is one of several pop-culture events that are held in Adelaide through various times of the year over a weekend, other similar conventions being Supanova and AVCon. Held at the showgrounds, it’s an event where people who have deep and often expressive interests in books, TV shows, and films gather in celebration of the stuff that they lo

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Meaningful Mobile Experiences: Exploring the scary world of mobile games 

Seamus Mullins   In the past seven years, since the introduction of the App Store by Apple in 2008, the use of mobile devices has grown exponentially, and not just for general use and apps, but for gaming as well. Mobile games such as Angry Birds, Cut the Rope, Temple Run and Candy Crush, with their extensive player

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A House Divided: SRC Denies Allegations of Dysfunction James Lawler Allegations of incompetence, nepotism, dysfunction and a “secret meeting” by a former SRC officer have been denied by other members of the Student Representative Council.  In a scathing speech of resignation at the SRC’s April 7th meeting, Queer Officer Bobbie Kavanagh, who is also President of the A

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On Dit: Minister, I’ve had a look back through the On Dit archives and you feature several times. Are there any particularly fond or not so fond memories that you have of your time at university? Christopher Pyne: I did love being at university. I loved student politics and I can’t remember ever having a bad time at uni. I remember writing these pitiful handwritten letters to all the

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On Dit: Can you give us a brief summary of the higher education changes that the Abbott Government has proposed? Amanda Rishworth: What they’re proposing is a set of unfair changes that could lead to universities being able to charge what they would like in terms of fees, and to students paying a lot more in terms of the cost of their education. That is effectively what the proposed change

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