Expediency in Secondary Education

Going through the HSC myself, I decided to dedicate some time to ‘critiquing’ some of the aspects of NSW schooling that I felt were conflicting with the ideals and values of genuine education. To me, education is the systematic or coordinated learning to increase or better one’s own knowledge about whatever it is they are…

Continue Reading

What is History?

History is a dynamic concept that’s development has been parallel with human thought’s progression. As it as an abstract concept the idea that one can simply define history with a phrase is as absurd as a Romanticist attempting to define post-modernism. Neville Morley also shares this perspective and in his opening chapter of Writing Ancient…

Continue Reading

10 Mental Disorders You Should Know About

Top 10 – Mental Disorders Keeping with our health theme from last month, and with more and more films and TV beginning to centre the plot around mental health, I thought this list would be an interesting topic. Especially, with the films being released, it can be easy for people to develop this image of…

Continue Reading

ISIS, Catholics & Secularism

Disclaimer – I am an atheist, this article is a biased report of religion from a non-religious author. It is not my intention to offend anybody’s own religion, it is simply an analysis of the rise of secularism.     Religion is declining. In Australia, the people declaring ‘no religion’ in their census box has…

Continue Reading

10 STI’s You Should Know About

*Disclaimer: These statistics came from the Centres for Disease Control which is an American Medical Institution and the statistics are American, but analysed against World Health Organisation stats, which show similar global trends. The list is ranked from mortality then to infectivity.   Introduction This might seem like an entirely random article, and to a…

Continue Reading