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  • Long legs are a girl’s best friend
  • Deadpool 2 puts the comic in comic book
  • UniGames to UniSport Nationals
  • Universities taking a stand
  • Long legs are a girl’s best friend

    Long legs are a girl’s best friend

    Bella Sardelis, Reporter

    May 24, 2018

    New research released by the University of Cambridge, suggests that women prefer men who have long legs. Scientists found that women think long-legged men are more attractive. The research suggests that this may be because long legs may indicate a socioeconomic privilege, while an average ratio might ...

    Which is more attractive?

  • Deadpool 2 puts the comic in comic book

    Deadpool 2 puts the comic in comic book

    Jacob Wall, ECU Reporter

    May 24, 2018

    [SPOILER ALERT] This review of Deadpool 2 contains spoilers! If you're wondering if it's worth seeing without having to read the article due to the spoilers, yes it is! Sony's Deadpool 2, directed by David Leitch is the newest Marvel Comics film to hit the big screen, and it shows that a Marvel fi...

  • UniGames to UniSport Nationals

    UniGames to UniSport Nationals

    Ebony Garlett, Reporter

    May 24, 2018

    UniGames is an age old tradition at most Australian universities, where people go to compete, make friends and meet other university students. The games involve more than 10,000 students from 42 universities across Australia who battle it out in a number of sporting competitions. Some games even involve...

    2017 Western Unigames, Mens Basketball final (placed 1st)

  • Universities taking a stand

    Universities taking a stand

    Rebecca Low, Newsvine WA Reporter

    May 24, 2018

    Universities across Australia have started to make changes around their campuses to protect students against sexual harassment and assault. These changes are being made as part of the national Respect. Now. Always. campaign which was launched in 2016 to increase awareness, and address sexual assault ...

    Changing rape culture CC BY 2.0

    Image by Richard Potts Flickr

WA’s $8.8 billion health budget
Universities taking a stand

May 24, 2018

Universities across Australia have started to make changes around their campuses to protect students...

Fixing the Health Star Ratings

May 23, 2018

Health Star Rating (HSR) is a method of labelling food to help people make wise choices in  buying the...

ECU – Satisfaction Winner

May 23, 2018

Edith Cowan University has checked all the boxes to qualify as the nation's first place winner among...

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Review: Playboi Carti’s Die Lit
Deadpool 2 puts the comic in comic book

May 24, 2018

[SPOILER ALERT] This review of Deadpool 2 contains spoilers! If you're wondering if it's worth seeing...

Chasing a dream, finding a culture

May 24, 2018

Vicky Cheng is a young Chinese photographer, who came to Perth three years ago, and is now studying a...

What’s on this week

May 24, 2018

Winter is coming … which may be an incentive to sit on the couch and binge watch Game of Thrones for...

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Dolphins under threat
Turtles like local love

May 24, 2018

A recent study published by Flinders University, has revealed how an endangered turtle will not travel...

Long legs are a girl’s best friend

May 24, 2018

New research released by the University of Cambridge, suggests that women prefer men who have long legs. Scientists...

Hypertension: The biggest killer

May 24, 2018

High blood pressure is the biggest killer worldwide, accounting for more than 10 million deaths a year....

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Moths on the water
UniGames to UniSport Nationals

May 24, 2018

UniGames is an age old tradition at most Australian universities, where people go to compete, make friends...

ECU Jets running for a reason

May 20, 2018

The HBF Run for a Reason is returning to Perth for its eighth year and the ECU Jets Amateur Sports Club is...

eSports is the new bomb

May 17, 2018

Over a matter of years, eSports has grown from a minor and ‘geeky’ event to partake in to an international...

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Quality journalism by ECU students
Quality journalism by ECU students