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TERM 1

2020

Featuring;

Best Photos From TOGA Feat: G-Flip Term 1 Events Guide Get To Know Your SRC Making A Researcher Official Clubs Guide


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Contents. From the Editor.............................................................................................04 Term 1 Events Guide ....................................................................................05 Getting to know your student representatives ............................................06 The Impact Factor - Part One ......................................................................08 TOGA feat: G-Flip Photos.............................................................................10 Clubs Guide..................................................................................................12

Editor in Chief Craig Dixon Contributions Emily Cross

Hungappa proudly acknowledges that this publication was produced on the land of the Wiradjuri people. We acknowledge the traditional owners of the land and pay respect to elders past and present.


r o t i d e FROM THE Welcome to the first term of session one at Charles Sturt, and your first regular issue of Hungappa in 2020! In this issue we have all the best photos from Toga Party featuring G-Flip, we also have your events guide for the rest of the term. There’s so many big things going on this year, so make sure you take the time to journey to the Crow Bar (or wherever) and see what takes your fancy.

Our science writer Emily Cross brings you the first in what shall be a regular column. This issue she delves into what’s involved in making a researcher. We also have an introduction to all the members who make up the Wagga SRC in 2020.

Also included in this issue is the official clubs guide for 2020, ensuring you have the lowdown on all the great clubs, unions, and sports teams available for everyone studying here in Wagga. Clubs day is on the first Friday of term, so don’t forget to come down and see what’s on offer this year. The best way to get the most out of university is to become involved!

Think there is something you’d like to see in the next issue of Hungapa, or want to see your work published? Whether you’re a writer or

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a visual artist, studying agriculture or nuclear medicine, send us a message at president@ waggasrc.com. We’re always looking for more students to become involved.

Hope you have a great start to an amazing 2020 here at Charles Sturt!

Craig Dixon Editor in Chief


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Term One Events! Wed: Harry Potter Trivia Tue: Disney Trivia @ the deck Wed: Crowchella Tue: The Simpsons Trivia @ the deck Wed: waggasrC humpday heroes Wed: RAW Event Wed: waggasrC wine and Cheese Wed: Final Fling featuring The Mighty Yak


Getting to know YOUR Student Representatives They are YOUR representative’s on campus. A team who put on a ton of events (how good was G-Flip at Toga!?), oversee and support clubs (a complete guide of which is included in this issue), and most importantly advocate for YOU while you’re here at university. Now’s your opportunity to get to know the dedicated individuals who make up Wagga SRC! I believe that representation is a fundamental part of achieving better outcomes for all students. As President my aim is to oversee an increased role of the SRC at Charles Sturt, from putting on even bigger events to working with clubs to help build on campus vibrancy. I hope to increase communication within the student body through the publication of Hungappa, and to be a voice for Wagga based students on the Charles Sturt University Student Senate. I’m looking forward to working with such a talented group of individuals!

Craig Dixon | President, Hungappa Editor and Student Senate Representative I joint the SRC because I want to be involved in all aspects of university life. I thoroughly enjoy attending SRC events and am a member of several different clubs. I feel like being on the SRC is a great opportunity to gain new skills and work on my leadership skills. At the end of my 4 year degree I would like to look back and feel proud that I helped make a positive impact on the Charles Sturt community!

Chantelle Meintjes | Vice President I’m Hannah and I’m a second year Raddie! I only joined the SRC in 2019 and am now the secretary. My role on the SRC is to ensure meetings are effectively organised and minuted, and to maintain effective records and administration. As well as being on the SRC I am secretary of RAW and Social Coordinator of the WAC Netball Club.

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Want to get in contact? Send us an email at president@waggasrc.com! My name’s Georgia but you can call me G. I have been on the SRC since my first year and am now up to my fourth and still loving it! This year my goal is to listen to the student body and advocate for what YOU want to see happen within the university. I am proud and passionate. Don’t be afraid to apporach or message me for a chat!

Georgia Boschke | Treasurer and Student Senate Representative I became a part of the SRC because I believe I can make a difference by voicing people’s ideas and issues to enable the opportunity for improvement of the students experience during their time at Charles Sturt. I would like to help improve the Charles Sturt experience by trying to increase the integration of different courses through social activities and events, to allow people of different lives and interests to be able to meet.

Ella Corbett | Environmental Officer I’ve always loved being involved and making a difference in my community and I’ve always been willing to put up my hand and give things a go. I absolutely love organising events and operating as a voice for on-campus students. I’m passionate about my beliefs and have the drive to see things through all of which are important for success in a committee such as ours..

Ali Williams | Events Officer Social engagement brings the greatest personal satisfaction to my life. I am absolutely keen to actively engage with other students to help to make our time at Charles Sturt a special and unique life experience!t

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A column by Emily Cross

Part One: Making a Researcher

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hite lab coats, test tubes, lab mice, The Nobel Prize. All buzzwords for some aspects of science research. But how can you actually become a researcher? Scientists are all around us, from the pathology lab medical scientist to the agronomist in the field. However, some scientists may decide to embark in research by studying postgraduate degree(s) that allow specialisation in a niche area. Entry into postgrad studies generally requires an undergraduate degree, and in some cases, there may be selection criteria (such as your GPA). Undertaking postgrad degrees are great if you have a particular passion or interest and want to deepen your understanding in a specific area. Further studies after undergrad are optional and include honours, masters, and a PhD- but you don’t necessarily have to do all three! In brief, honours are a short (typically 1-year full time) additional degree following undergrad with an independent research project that is investigated under the guidance/mentorship of a supervisor. Some honours projects include course work and you need to write a final thesis to explain your findings. People may complete honours to improve career prospects or as a steppingstone to further postgrad studies. Masters is a longer course (2-3 years) and can be completed by course work or by research (sometimes a combination of both!). It results in expertise and in-depth knowledge in an area of study or professional practice.

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A PhD is a longer commitment, taking 3-4 years involving comprehensive research of a particular topic or area. To enrol in a PhD, generally an undergraduate degree plus honours or masters is required. You will investigate an original research project and communicate your questions and findings through presentations and a thesis (made of multiple chapters). It’s a long slog, but when you graduate you get to wear a special hat and have earned the title of Dr (in Finland you also get a sword!!). This is a short overview of how some postgrad courses work and it is worth mentioning that postgrad isn’t necessarily the best fit for all. If you want to know more (like if you can study part time or online) contact the university, speak to lecturers and course co-ordinators, and talk to students already studying! You may be on your way to making the discoveries that become the key concepts in those heavy textbooks students have to lug around!


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Actors Union Are you a drama queen? An avid theatre goer? Movie lover? Or maybe you just enjoy taking costume parties to a whole new level? Either way, this club could become your new best friend! The Actors Union is a club run by a group of third year acting students and is open for any person to join. The main purpose of the Union is to support each other, while we look to create, perform, watch and support the arts!

Agriculture The Agricultural Student’s Club at Charles Sturt is a studentbased club for School of Ag and Wine Science students. We aim to provide a community platform for both staff and students in the School of Ag and Wine Science to connect, as well as providing opportunities to make industry contacts both on and off campus. We are passionate about ensuring students can gain the skills, agricultural knowledge & connections to help them stand out from the crowd and ensure they have the ability to pursue a career in whichever agricultural industry they choose.

Australian Football and Netball Club The Charles Sturt University Football and Netball Club (CSUFNC) is the only sports club at Charles Sturt that plays Australian Rules football along with netball. We pride ourselves on being a respectful and unified club with plenty of culture surrounding us. There is a place for everyone at the CSUFNC. Whether you’re a skilled and talented athlete with a serious competitive flair, or just keen for a bit of team bonding with some exercise on the side, there is spot for you with us. Some of the highlights of being a part of the “Bushpigs and Bushsows” include the opportunity to meet new people and build strong friendships, the sense of camaraderie associated with being a Bushpig or Sow, and the sporting success. The only prerequisite for being a Bushpig or Bushsow is being able to give commitment to the club and to be able to have a good time, on and off the field. Does this sound like you?

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Agricultural Club (WAC) WAC is heavily involved with university life at Charles Sturt. The club is based upon the many complex dimensions of the Agricultural industry. WAC is a club that was founded by students more than a century ago and is strongly pronounced amongst University life, represented profoundly by green and gold colours. Traditions that have been an important part of the club continue to hold great significance in the running and actions of the club today. WAC provides strong and extensive employment and networking opportunities through the connection with ‘old boys’ and industry professionals associated with WAC. This networking opens doors for future employment opportunities for members whom attend University. Being a member of WAC is open to any Charles Sturt Wagga Student, it hosts many events throughout the year. There is always ample opportunity to meet new people and have a great time. Embrace the spirit of WAC, become a member in 2020 and have a great year!

Ag Netball Ag Netball Club has strong tradition of having a friendly and social atmosphere in which girls can improve their fitness and play competitively in the local competition. As a committee we encourage everyone to become actively involved in all aspects of the club. This includes attendance at training and games, turning up to presentation nights and supporting the various fundraisers and social events held with WAC Rugby. We are a club that caters to everyone’s ability and encourage everyone to come and get involved in the club spirit even if you don’t have the best skills or fitness.

Ag Rugby Ag Rugby is one of the oldest and proudest sporting clubs within the region. The purpose of this club is to allow Charles Sturt students to play rugby union in a friendly safe environment within the Southern Inland Rugby Union (SIRU) competition.

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Animation and VFX Are you a fan of Rick & Morty, Toy Story, or Avatar? Yeah, so are we! Open to anyone who loves to have a good time hanging with friends, playing board games and watching entertaining cartoons. The Animation Club is a community of students that enjoy movies, games, tv shows – and all the work that goes into making them. The club is open to anyone who wants to have fun, no matter what degree you are studying. The more members we have the better events we can host, so come join us for some good times!

Animal Science Association The Animal Science Association is a student-based club that organises on and off campus community events for the members of the University. The club supports students through understanding their course and seeks valuable opportunities for networking and work placement. It also opens its doors to not only animal science students, but also anyone with an interest in the animal industry. We as students strive to help run this association to what the students would like to participate in throughout the year. The ASA has representatives from each year and also a committee who help put together the activities the club run, please come join the fun!

Cheer and Dance One of Charles Sturt’s newest clubs, Cheer and Dance will provide a place to have fun, get fit, and express yourself through dance. The club will give students the opportunity to learn all about cheer leading, and shall provide a great way to relieve stress from work, assessments, and exams

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Christian Fellowship Christian Fellowship is a community for everyone - whether you consider yourself a Christian or are interested in exploring what it means to believe. Our main meeting is Unichurch, run by students for students, each Sunday night at 7pm, and we have weekly Bible study groups that meet on campus, plus a bunch of other stuff! Why not come and say hi at one of our events over the next few weeks! Check out our Facebook page or cfwagga.org.au for heaps more events and details.

Equine Student Association The Equine Students Association (ESA) is a student run club at Charles Sturt and is a part of the Riverina Equestrian Association (REA) in Wagga Wagga, NSW, alongside the Showjumping, Horse Trials and Dressage club. The ESA’s mission is to bring together like minded staff and students through social functions and offer regular riding events throughout the year to allow members to school their horses through clinics, training days and competitions.

Game Geeks Game Geeks provides a welcoming space for games and geeks of all types. No equipment or experience is needed, just bring yourselves and come and check us out! If any of the above sounded interesting to you then come, check us out fellow Game Geek. Adventure, Anime and junk food awaits!

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Hockey Ducks Do you enjoy action packed team sports? Would you like to hang out with a bunch of entertaining people? Want to get fit and have fun? If you answered yes to any of these questions then the Hockey Ducks is the sporting club for you! The Ducks are a Hockey and Social Club catering for players of all skill levels, from those who have never picked up a stick to those who can’t put one down. The Hockey Ducks are the talk of the pond around the university for being a highly social flock. Our club hosts several quacking social events through the year of which members and their guests are encouraged to attend.

Islamic Student Association ISAR is a non-profit organization aiming to support all students particularly international student by paying attention to their social and academic needs. ISAR’s activities include social and cultural events, research, support, Islamic lectures, weekly social and cultural events, sports, and volunteering for research support, Islamic broader community. lectures, weekly sports, and volunteering for broader community. We welcome all incoming students and offer our support to help settle down to university.

Livestock Show Team The Charles Sturt Livestock Show Team aim to educate members and the wider community in regard to the livestock industry and agricultural supply chain, provide to members first-hand experience of the processes undertaken to exhibit livestock at a local and/or Royal level, establish networking opportunities between members and industry-recognised breeders, encourage the involvement of young livestock enthusiasts in a team which provides opportunities for personal development, and harbor a fun, social environment, in which members can work in a team-setting and befriend those who have a common interest in livestock showing

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Meat Judging (ICMJ) The Meat Judging Club aims to provide students with the opportunity to develop and further their understanding of meat science across various domestic production animal species. Members of the club are provided opportunities pertinent to the Australian red meat industries.

Momentum Momentum is for LGBTIQA people and their allies. We offer a fun and supportive atmosphere, heaps of great, inclusive people and a range of events throughout the year catering to our broad community whether you’re the kind of person who wants to kick back and have a good time, or get out there and get involved. Anyone is welcome to join, and we love our allies. So however you identify; whether you’re an active member or just want to know what is going on, and to know that We Are Here, sign up and we will keep you connected.

Nurses and Middies Club The CSU Outdoors Club is an exciting club located in Wagga Wagga. A varied calendar of events has been developed for members in activies ranging from bushwalking, moutain biking and rock climbing, kayaking and much more.

RAD Rad Club is the social/events group for Medical Radiation Science students. Watch this space for some awesome events throughout the year!

Residence Association Wagga (RAW) Welcome to RAW! We’re the Residents’ Association Wagga and we look after events and issues relating to living on campus!

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Reddies Rugby Keen for a game of rugby? Charles Sturt University Reddies Rugby Union Football club has a proud and rich history and fields 4 teams in the Southern Inland Rugby Union Competition including Womens tens, third grade, second grade, and first grade. We are a club that is built on a strong social culture as well as putting our best on the rugby paddock. We welcome players of all skill levels and have a supportive culture that allows players to fulfil their potential on the field. Social events throughout the year include themed bus trips, Red ball, Charity Day, Ladies Day, and end of season trip!

Reddies Netball Charles Sturt University Reddies Netball Club is associated with Charles Sturt University Reddies Rugby Club. Our teams are mixed with non-students as well as students so that when uni holidays come around we do not forfeit games. We also participate in social indoor mixed competitions. We pride ourselves on making netball just as enjoyable off the court as it is on the court, with a number of different social events throughout the year!

Rodeo This is Australia’s first university rodeo club/team. This club will provide regular training days and schools for some rough stock and timed events along with its own annual rodeo which will be between members of the club.

Rotaract The Rotaract Club of Charles Sturt is a group of students and individuals with an interest in helping our local community and the world at large. Rotaract is a global organisation for people aged between 18 and 30 years old that provides unique opportunities and assists its members in becoming the business and professional leaders of tomorrow.

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Science Club The Science Club is a group devoted to science students and science enthusiasts from all Charles Sturt campuses. It provides a safe environment for similar minded individuals to express their ideas and ideologies for the future of science. The clubs’ objectives are to create a safe networking environment for science students and enthusiasts. Allowing everyone to join in open discussion about science and to be introduced to new developments and technologies to better learn how science is developing in modern society today.

Ski & Boarding Club The Ski and Boarding Club is Charles Sturt’s prime destination for all things snow sports! Whether you’re an experienced skier or boarder, or just starting out, this club is for you! We welcome all lovers of snow to join the coolest club around for an action-packed year of social events and snow adventures!

Sound Club This club is for anyone studying a sound or television related subject, or just anyone interested in the art of sound production. Come speak to us on Clubs Day to find out more!

TV Club Do you like TV? Are you a Proddie, Designer, Actor or any other student? Then come join TV Club, the club ran by Television Production students for TV Production students, as well as other students from TV Land across all years. At TV Club we encourage you to increase your technical skills and expand your network of friends! Come Join TV Club and have fun supporting your fellow TV Production students! Also Join us on Social Media!

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Veterinary Student Association The Veterinary Students Association or VSA for short is the student body for veterinary students on campus. We are an all inclusive club and aim to please all members, that is why we try and run a range of activities and events to hopefully cater to all who elect to join the VSA.

Considering we are a small Veterinary school compared to others in Australia it is important that you help support us so that we can better cater our finance towards benefiting the student community.

VET TECH Association The Bachelor of Veterinary Technology is an exciting course at Charles Sturt. Veterinary Technology association is here to assist future and current students in all aspects of the course as well an opportunity to interact and meet their colleagues. The Veterinary Technology association advocates and promotes the Veterinary Technology Association and Charles Sturt for being the first university to combine both a Certificate IV and Bachelor’s degree into one course. The Veterinary Technology Association organises social event and information nights which allows everyone in the association an opportunity interact and meet their colleagues in a welcoming and supportive community.

Wildlife @ CSU Are you interested in wildlife and exotic animals? Want to know more about career opportunities, externships, volunteer and research opportunities? Wildlife@CSU is ready to bring you all things wildlife related in 2020! Wildlife@CSU brings students a range of social and educational activities throughout the year. From guest speakers, to day trips, exciting opportunities, we aim to keep members updated in all things wildlife! The CSU Wildlife Club is open to all students, staff, and alumni of Charles Sturt. Membership fees will go towards running events for club members.

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Wombats Basketball The Wombat Basketball Club is the perfect place for novice and experienced basketball players. The club is a balanced mix of competitive and social play which caters for both men and women. The Wombat Basketball Club received the club of the year award in 2015 and continues to be a great place for social events. If this is something you would be interested in, come talk to us on clubs day!

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