Issue 20
Monday, 20 November 2017
Charles Darwin University
E-news
(From left) Jeremy Garnett, Tegan Jackson, Amanda Lilleyman, Adrian Da Silva and Jennifer Macdonald launch the build-up edition of Flycatcher. Photo: Julianne Osborne
(From left) Jeremy Garnett, Tegan Jackson, Amanda Lilleyman, Adrian Da Silva and Jennifer Macdonald launch the build-up edition of Flycatcher. Photo: Julianne Osborne

Build-up fodder for Flycatcher

By Ellie Turner

Readers will find mud, sweat and cheers – mostly sweat – in the new edition of the CDU student magazine, Flycatcher.

The free publication features articles for students and light-hearted prose to help combat heat-induced mango madness, along with the return of the Darwin “dating doctor”.

Editor-in-chief Jennifer Macdonald said she was excited to share the latest publication with students, staff and communities across the Northern Territory, Melbourne and Sydney.

“Our team has done a brilliant job of putting together this issue, which includes stunning artworks, artist profiles, poetry, fiction, an opinion piece evaluating university support services, and a quiz entirely about sweat,” she said.

So, what’s an adult human’s maximum sweat rate? Find out in Flycatcher online, W: http://online.anyflip.com/rnlo/otta/mobile/#p=1

To contribute to Flycatcher, E: editor@flycatcher.com.au