Opus has been an independent student-run publication at the University of Newcastle for more than 70 years, covering everything from student life to politics, welfare, arts and entertainment. Now a part of UNSA, it operates in both print and digital format.
Our 2021 International Women's Day zine looks at sex, creative women in the arts and our top five 'kickass women' for the year.Click to read
In this issue the team look at the wonderful world of music by interviewing bands, reflecting on old concerts, and praising some of their favourite artists.Click to read
Opus's first issue of 2021 introduces our new Student Representative Council, and offers tons of tips and tricks for new students trying to settle in. There are book and album reviews, an illustrated campus tour, and an interview with the University's Vice-Chancellor, Alex Zelinsky.Click to read
Beyond its extremely creepy cover, Opus' Halloween 2020 issue looked at different ways to throw a party during a pandemic, horrifying make-up and costume ideas, recipes, playlists, and the biology of fear.Click to read
Opus' Pride for 2020 featured content from a range of LGBTI student contributors: editorials on gender identity in schools, bisexual stigma, climate change and the queer community, local queer history, profiles of LGBTI event organisers, as well as art and creative fiction.Click to read
Having found a new home at UNSA, Opus' first big issue was a celebration of spring – and emerging from a winter in COVID lockdown. This issue featured articles on mental health and self-care, getting back to campus, shows to watch while stuck at home, and an intro to UNSA and its student leaders. We also looked at the emerging Black Lives Matter movement, and the rising popularity of platforms such as OnlyFans.Click to read
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