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Graduation doesn't feel real...

Anyone else recently had their graduation ceremony? What a blur the past few years have been.

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The fringe

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The Fringe is back and so is uni.

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How to approach your lecturer

A classroom.

For first year students, the thought of talking to your lecturers might seem daunting. Here is this person who has dedicated pretty much their whole lives to their craft – they are highly regarded in their field; they have contributed significant research findings and innovations to the discipline; they could also be practicing professionals. 

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The light we carry: book reflection

A pile of books

Whether you like the Obamas or not, I found I had a lot of helpful things to take away from Michelle Obama’s recent book, The Light We Carry. I guess they are crafted as life lessons, but they may as well be a toolkit we HDR students can use on our journey towards the degree. Here are some of the things I learned that I find useful as an HDR student.

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Living deadline to deadline

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It’s that time of the year as we begin to tread the muddy waters of the final few teaching weeks. The mud is thick, and I surely can’t seem to move. 

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Best study spots in Adelaide

Rows of bookshelves at a library.

Here's my rating of the study spots I've been to.

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Speedy exam study tips

Person writing down notes on some papers.

So, we’re down to exams kicking off…

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Where do I even start?

Sitting at a desk

Do you ever have too much work to do that finding where to start is overwhelming?

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