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A blend of Spice Girls and Tudor history, ‘Six: The Musical’ is the best pop group since Little Mix, and it just so happens to be a musical too. A musical that was so good, The Owl’s Celeste Gibbs saw it three times.
On the cusp of a federal election, it’s easy to get swept up in the many policy updates, promises, and scandals that have shaped this tumultuous election period. One of these is Parliament’s turbulent history with sexual assault and harassment. The desperate need for systemic change—highlighted by the likes of Brittany Higgins and Grace Tame, cannot be ignored. Amy Remeikis’ ‘On Reckoning’ is an integral read for this election season – and a powerful one at that. Women are angry. We were angry during 2021, when sexual assault and harassment allegations rocked Parliament to its core, and that anger has not dissipated.
A Jurassic Park-esque revival of the Tasmanian Tiger may no longer be fantasy, as a philanthropic donation of $5 million to the University of Melbourne will fund new groundbreaking research. TheOwlUC’s Celeste Gibbs caught up with bioscience Professor Andrew Pask, who is leading the research team, to see what it involves.
“There are some things that stick in your mind that never ever leave you…”
It’s often a forgotten perspective. Since the onset of #MeToo in Australia, women have lead the conversation, voicing their stories, and writing them. Three journalists reflect on what it’s like to report on these stories, how they look after themselves, and on the change they have seen.