By Jacky Jiang “What a time to be alive!” seems to be the shared sentiment amidst these truly unprecedented times. It has now been three weeks since the fateful transition to online learning. Just last week, we provided you with an EXCLUSIVE, unfiltered insight into the daily routine of a
By Thulashigan Sreeharan The Jugular is committed to providing up-to-date news during these uncertain times. UNSW is now seven days into lockdown, and as Wally looks emptier than most MedSoc council meetings, we decided to do some House style sleuthing into what our students are up to. Our finest reporter
By Thulashigan Sreeharan Doctors at a certain Western Sydney hospital are scratching their heads over the sudden disappearance of several hundred scrubs. Due to the shortage, surgeons have reportedly needed to perform major procedures wearing cooking aprons and lab coats. Jugular reporters interviewed a senior staff member at the hospital.
BY J.K Lolling On Monday, a day after MedCamp, a horde of first years were seen filtering into Wallace Wurth with croaky voices that regaled outrageous stories of their shared weekend to anyone that would listen. Sagging with absolute exhaustion, the mere mention of MedCamp caused them to perk up
written by JESSICA SAWANG The Littmann Cardiology IV Stethoscope not enough of a flex for you? Tired of how AirPods used to be the ultimate symbol of wealth, but now everyone and their mother has one? Annoyed that you can’t Bluetooth connect your AirPods to your steth? Still want that
“In preparation for the second scenario of Health Maintenance B, Mahdrink revealed that he had single-handedly discovered the greatest impetus (in his opinion*) to drink on a more regular basis. The rationale? To enhance his ability to empathise with patients struck by the cruel hand of alcoholism.”