Featuring images from four very talented photographers, here’s UTSoC The Comma’s photography showcase.Read More
Featuring art from four very talented artists, here’s UTSoC The Comma’s artist showcase.Read More
The moment we step out the door, we are letting the world know who we are and what we stand for – all without saying a word.Read More
Their art is irrevocably enticing. You connect with it on a spiritual level. Yet, when ‘Problematique’ is the artist’s middle name, enjoyment becomes a political battleground.Read More
Tayla Curry explains why you need to see the new Mamma Mia movie, and how it does not fail, like so many other sequels.
Based off the stage play by American writer Robert Harling, UTS Backstage’s adaptation of Steel Magnolias captures feminine grit and fragility during the trials and tribulations of life.Read More
In this polarising political climate, dystopian fiction doesn’t seem too far off the mark from reality. Thanmaya Navada has a look at two classics of the genre, and why they continue to stand the test of time.Read More
Grace Joseph explores how inclusive entertainment can have tangible real-life benefits.Read More