A Chat with … Helen Bui

At the age of eight Helen Bui, was told that she would need a jaw realignment to fix her “very messed up teeth.” During her first break from university in June, Helen, now 18, finally had the surgery to correct the uberbite that has seen her have braces taken on and off for six years. “The […]

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A Chat with … Lucy Brown

In todays day and age an (almost) perfect ATAR does not guarantee you a golden ticket into university; when Lucy Brown realised this she changed her stride, and has been flaunting it down the catwalk ever since. At the end of 2015 St Peter’s College Girls Captain Lucy Brown, 18, was awarded with two subject merits […]

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A Chat with … Hannah Worsley

When gender equality advocate Hannah Worsley moved to Sydney from Nullamalla, a town of 35 people, to study medicine, the 18-year-old thought that she had left sexual discrimination and inequality in the bush. To her disappointment, she has found herself in a hotspot of media debate regarding the issue. Since April, three Australian universities have endured […]

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