Written by Hannah Yuan; Edited by Yaron Gu They say, don’t wear revealing clothing. They say, don’t walk home alone at night. They say, she was “asking for it”. She has grown up in a world that puts her at fault. That tells her that she is to blame. That
Written by Mansimran Loyal; Edited by Katerina Theocharous When first-year student Mike Wazowski logged onto Teams last Friday, he was sure that he was about to experience an ordinary clinical skills session, an ordinary attempt at history-taking, and ordinary feedback consisting of straight Ps and a 2-word comment, probably ‘good
By Jay Patel; Edited by Yaron Gu He channelled his inner Naruto as his feet kissed the cool, concrete pavements of Central Station’s south concourse. Arms stretched out behind him, Wally detonated from the dreary morning crowds just as the sliding doors of the light rail squeezed shut behind him.
By Jerrica Kuan; Edited by Katerina Theocharous Hello, fellow meddies! A whole new school year has begun, and after 2020, who else is excited to return to campus? (Shoutout to the international students like me who are still stuck overseas and waiting for that day to arrive 😢). Nevertheless, our
By Thy Pham; Edited by Nipuni Hapangama After studying medicine for one year, I’ve crafted a new personality and have had three identity crises. Despite this, my desire for love is strong – it immensely saddens me to find out that everyone’s been linking up in the lead up to
By Sarah Lin; Edited by Katerina Theocharous Kitty Dok, a 7th year student, has recently revealed that she is quitting her medical studies in order to devote herself to the art of TikTok. The Jugular conducted an interview to investigate the mysterious past of the new TikTok star. Q. Why
By Ivan Shen; Edited by Nipuni Hapangama Endings to stories come in many different shapes or forms. They can be very detailed in resolving every small plot point of a story, or they can seem sudden and open-ended. Some narratives hold your hand and walk with you along a very
By Sarah Lin; Edited by Katerina Theocharus Recently, the Jugular had the honour of reviewing an exemplary reflection piece provided by a fellow med student, who claims that her honesty earned her a P+ in her reflective practitioner grad cap. “I’d never actually considered being honest in a reflection before,”
By Thy Pham; Edited by Rosie Kirk It’s coming up to med interview season, when med-hopefuls from across the globe hustle to secure a place at UNSW. We’ve put together a foolproof guide to help YOU ace YOUR interviews. The DOs 1. Proclaim to have loved medicine ever since you
By Jacky Jiang; Edited by Rosie Kirk While the freedom to do what I want when I want is something that I highly value, this year has taught me that there is such a thing as too much freedom. I had no morning bus to catch. Lectures were all prerecorded.