Monthly Archives: April 2014

Why ANZAC Day is not history

“The past is a foreign country: they do things differently there.” – L. P. Hartley. Every ANZAC Day, students around the country are sardined into dusty school halls for assemblies mourning Australia’s fallen heroes. They stand respectfully for a minute of silence, contemplating the importance of our military history and the men who died so […]

The Case against Private Schools

Education is a good like few others. In our society, we tend to say that if you want more of a good and you have the money to buy more, then that is your prerogative. If you want another car or TV and you got the cash then good on ya. Go for it. If […]