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It’s my Responsibility. 

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As a nineteen- year old girl it is my responsibility to look out for my safety. It is my responsibility to either catch an Uber with a friend or take certain precautions if I am unable to do so; sit in the back-seat diagonal from the driver, let a friend know when I arrive home safely, pretend to be on a call if I feel uncomfortable. It is my responsibility to make sure I don’t go out alone if it is too early in the morning or late at night. To make sure I always have someone with me, my
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Increased Indigenous Engagement in Tertiary Education  

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As Indigenous enrolment in tertiary education continues to climb, issues which adversely affect the retention and potential enrolments of Indigenous students become even more apparent. A 2015 Charles Darwin University study found that from 2007 to 2013 there has been an increase of Indigenous enrolment in tertiary education, by 45 per cent. However, the study also reported a large disparity with completion rates, with indigenous students far more likely to dropout. The enrolment numbers continue to grow with Indigenous Bachelor of Science student at Monash University. One of the Indigenous Officers for the Monash Student Association (MSA) Krystal De Napoli said:
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The Rise of Depressing Meme Culture 

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Cambridge Dictionary definition of ‘meme’.  Noun   SPECIALISED BIOLOGY: a cultural feature or a type of behaviour that is passed from one generation to another, without the influence of genes  SPECIALISED INTERNET AND TELECOMS: an idea, image, video that is spread very quickly on the internet.  There is an art to tagging friends in memes on Facebook. First, find the perfect meme. Second, make the connection to the friend who’d appreciate it. Third, be timely because no one wants to be tagged in a meme they saw yesterday.   It has almost become a cultural custom these days to tag and be
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