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  2. The return of Commballnomics: drinks, DPs and other dilemmas
    By · August 24th, 2016

    Forget your hair. Forget your outfit. All the Commball prep you need to think about is right here. ESSA’s Commballnomics is back for another year.

  3. Mo Money Mo Problems: The Universal Basic Income
    By · August 22nd, 2016

    Ahead of tonight’s big debate between Melbourne and Monash, Matt Lagamba weighs in on the universal basic income.

The Inconvenient truths behind Renewable Energy Sources

By · March 22nd, 2017

Worrying environmental events have incited governments to assume responsibility over emissions and to increase investment in renewable energy. However, the transition to renewables is far but smooth. Siddharth explores.

#ESSADebate – Pads vs Menstrual Cups

By · March 15th, 2017

We’re proud to bring you this year’s first #ESSAdebate! In honour of International Women’s Day, Julia Pham and Jasmine Nguyen engage in some healthy banter over sanitary pads and menstrual cups. Read their respective arguments for each side below and keep an eye out on Friday – we’ll be giving you the chance on Facebook to crown the winner once and for all!!

Does it pay to be smart?

By · March 10th, 2017

Intelligence is highly valued in our society. But how much is it worth? Suvi Lokuge delves into the intelligence premium and the effect of technology on the value of intelligence.

From rational economics to irrational love? Examining the changing function of marriage

By · March 8th, 2017

Love and economics? ESSA’s Solomon Zhang explores how the ‘L’ word has fundamentally changed the dynamics of modern marriage.

Who’s going to pay for climate change?

By · March 3rd, 2017

Julia Pham explores how the social discount rate is used to determine the costs of preventing climate change, and the resulting moral and ethical dilemmas that arise.

Uber is problematic – but you’ll keep using it anyway

By · March 1st, 2017

Uber is practically a staple of modern transport, but its meteoric rise has come at a cost.

America, land of liberty? Part II: Reagan’s rise, liberalism’s fall

By · February 22nd, 2017

Following on from Part I, Yaz explores how Roosevelt’s liberalism reached its peak in the 1960s, only to give way in the years to come to Ronald Reagan’s anti-government, free-market conservatism.

The cost of Free

By · February 22nd, 2017

The life of a university student is peppered with free stuff. But are free things always worth getting? Suvi Lokuge delves into the hidden costs of Free.

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