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Michael is a typical undergraduate arts student. He listens to noise music, hand rolls cigarettes, and really likes the writing of David Foster Wallace.
Hannah Stretton is studying a Bachelor of Communications degree at Newcastle University, Australia, where she is majoring in Journalism. Along with being a #writer, #feminist and all round #happyperson, Hannah can be found on Twitter (@hannahstrettonx) retweeting anything from hilarious TV show references to political, feminist, and human rights issues.
Reilly is a 24-year-old law student who likes Star Trek and isn't good at talking about himself.
Thomas Birch is studying a Bachelor of Communication degree at the University of Newcastle, Australia, where he is majoring in journalism and media production. He likes to tackle the big questions, such as, Slytherin or Gryffindor? He also loves The Neverending Story and believes that being at sea on a grand ship is probably one of the best things ever. You can view a list of published work by Thomas here or follow him on Twitter here.
Claudia D’Amore is studying a Bachelor of Communication majoring in journalism and is soon to utter the quote "Dobby is free" as she has nearly completed her final year. After graduating she hopes to work in radio because she has been told she has the face for it. She is also aware she is Iggy Azalea’s doppelgänger due to her similar facial features, but seems to have encompassed the attitude of Daenerys Targaryen that no one entitled her to.
Jessie is studying to be a scientist. She is a RuPaul's Drag Race aficionado and neuroscience enthusiast. When she is not in the lab, she writes about being a sad bastard on her blog, Mad as a Meataxe but Twice as Sharp. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or found eating her weight in burritos at Guzman Y Gomez.
Peter Lang is a reactionary square, who fondly remembers the good old days of full employment, free education, and Collingwood not winning a Grand Final since 1958. He believes that everything went to hell in 1990, and has got worse since 2010.
Brooke Tunbridge is a third-year Communication student with a passion for music and an obsession with Snapchatting the sky.