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November 2015

Written by Joakim Book


Having two exams 18 hours apart is hardly optimal. As every uni student knows, the best exam schedule is about 5–6 days between your exams. That allows you to cool off for the rest of your day, get back into balance, and still have a reasonable amount of time to revise everything for the next exam.


Written by Perrin Walker

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Photo Credit: University of Sydney/Victoria Baldwin

No words can describe the rush of excitement I felt when I found out that the University of Sydney was hosting a talk by Dr. Bassem Youssef. Dubbed ‘the Egyptian Jon Stewart’ by fans, and listed as one of the world’s most influential people by Time magazine, Bassem Youssef began his television career in 2011 with a YouTube show he recorded in his home laundry. Within two years, he had created the most viewed programme in the Arab world, ‘Al Bernameg’, which fearlessly satirised Egyptian media and politicians before its sudden cancellation in 2014.


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