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The Future is Now: How to Analyse "2001: A Space Odyssey"

Mar 22nd 2019

Coober Pedy can pass as the Moon's surface, and you might need to gaze at it when twilight is about to set in. It's the only way to imagine the craters that define this astronomical body, but you don't need to travel to this part of South Australia when you're studying science fiction. You can't help but agree with the title of the module, namely "Science Fiction: The Future is Now"....
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5 Tips for Choosing a University - and a Few Things to Avoid

Mar 20th 2019

In "The Tesseract", one of the street children felt that the world would be more interesting when viewed from a higher perspective. Alex Garland, who penned the novel, wasn't alluding to the Baiyoke Tower II, where the roof deck would offer a 360-degree view of Bangkok. Many (Aussie) backpackers would prefer the Khao San Road, where the other backpackers (from the other parts of the world) meet. This quote could apply to a university, though. Doesn't the shiny buildings and manicured grounds look great from above? The same thing goes from the distance. None of these don't matter to learning, though....
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How Can Ransom Riggs Make You a Better Literature Student

Mar 15th 2019

The (school) year is barely a month old, which means you have time for reading a book that is not included in your reading list. If you like the genre, if not the author, then you can read two or three books before Easter Day (or ANZAC Day). A heavy reader can read more, and you foresee reading more titles by the side. If you're studying literature, then Ransom Riggs can help you in understanding other authors and their works, as well as other genres. If you're not a student of the English Department, then it doesn't make any difference. You need a diversion. Reading is the best option, and you would forget the demands of the coursework (after walking on foggy Cairnholm). Sounds fun, isn't it?...
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