Ideas in Action
Your Ideas. Your Change.
If you are a graduate student at the University of Melbourne, you have the opportunity to submit an idea. Your idea could change GSA, change your University, or even change your world.
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Pretzels! Steins! Lederhosen! Accordions! Bratwurst! Sunshine! GSA's Septemberfest: Free BBQ had it all. Thanks to everyone who came down to hang out with us this afternoon! If you took photos, tag us on Instagram (@GSA_Unimelb) or use #GSASeptemberfest 📸🍻
During Mental Health Week (9-13 October 2017), join GSA for Women's Health Day. Hosted by Max Bergh, GSA's Women's Officer, this event will focus on physical and mental health issues experienced by women and will include a free, healthy and delicious lunch. Further details to be confirmed.
#TBT: It's been three weeks since the #NightmareBall. If you were one of the many who were not there, you probably believed such a thing could not exist. But behold: video footage has been recovered from the site, and hundreds of survivors are emerging from the shadows. Some of them have even regained a semblance of who they once were, as shreds of their previous personalities return to them each night. Perhaps they will never truly be the same. But there is something to be said for those who descend into the pits of the earth, peer through the veils of cobwebs and mist and shadows and dreams, and then emerge some time later with some part of themselves still intact.