To all the thrill seekers out there - my name is Isabel. A millennial just like you whose goals are to travel the world, be successful in my career, save up money to secure my future but also loves a smashed avo and feta on toast as much as the next hipster. I grew up … Continue reading Things I Learned From Going on Exchange
Great art is as irrational as great music. It is mad with its own loveliness ~ George Jean Nathan Last month SOul sister Agnes Kang went out to a Vanguard event that creatively intertwined experience art and music at Sydney's National Art School, featuring artist Todd Fuller. Vanguard is an innovative program that has an … Continue reading When Art and Music Intertwine: A Night Out with Vanguard
Thank you and wishing you a fantastic year ahead. Bring on 2017! I want to thank all our contributors who have shared their stories and passions with us this year. Whether you are aware of this reality or not, you and your stories have genuinely inspired hundreds of people in Australia and even abroad. I … Continue reading SO’s Top 5 Posts for 2016
As the HSC comes to a close and young students anxiously wait for their results to take on a new challenge, SO has the pleasure of introducing you to Caitlin Fisher - a USYD Science (Honours) graduate who has recently completed her PhD in optical physics. Caitlin not only shares a love for science, maths and … Continue reading Sounds of Science: Meet Caitlin Fisher
Finding the right balance when making time for work, study, fun, family and friends, what you love and volunteering can seem like an impossible task... But who says it can't be done? This week SO had the chance to talk to Anne, a young graduate who crunches numbers as a profession, loves singing and is also … Continue reading ‘The Smile That It Brings’
By Kristina - co-founder of SO Magazine Australia Yes, you! ... Over the last few years I've often mused about why people thought they were so utterly boring. Many simply believe that they - who they are, what they do and what they love - is really not worth sharing or talking about with people beyond their circle … Continue reading Who? Me!