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Hungappa TERM 4 - WEEK 1 - 2012

Welcome Back! Final Fling Photos Events Calender Made by students, for students.

A Rivcoll SRC Publication Š2012




elcome back to another term at our great university. I assume everyones holidays were extremely boring and unexciting otherwise you would not have returned to the monotonous predictable routine that is university life. Better luck next time. As always the break felt infinitely short and returning to university on Monday felt like I was only here yesterday. This is going to be a long term. No use dwelling on the negitives so I’m just going to say it’s great to have you all back. Lets make this final term a huge one. starting with back to school this Wednesday with Children Collide playing at the Crow Bar, many have hyped this will be a huge night. I’m going to run some competitions in the coming weeks for some free entry tickets to Oktoberfest or Final Fling or both, so keep an eye out for those.


So there we have it another term gone and past and another term commeth, the never ending cycle that one day we will all break out of, unless you are a university lecturer LOL. Get down to the events and start submitting your articles / drawings / comics / whatever to the Hungappa. Term 4. Woo. -Will Whiting -Editor in Chief

index Hungappa Term 4 - Week 1

p. 02.

- Editorial

p. 05-06. - Secretarial Spiel P. 07.

- Quick News

P. 08.

- Caption of the Week

P. 09-10. -Final Fling Photos

Building 483 - Carpark 8


- Best of Creative Corner

P. 13.

- Incredible Facts


- Student Recipe of the Week

P. 15-16.

- Super Fungappa

P. 17.

- Nutrition Facts

P. 18.

- Twilight Lawn Bowls

credits Hungappa More Information About Us: Hungappa is a Rivcoll SRC publication and the opinions expressed within are not necessarily those of the editor, staff or student members. Association by person or companies with Hungappa does not necessarily refelct the religious, political, sexual, or racial beliefs of those parties. The editor and Rivcoll SRC do not accept responsibility for any omission, errors, misconceptions or the views and opinions contained in any article accepted for publication. The editor reserves the right to edit or reject any articles submitted for publication.

Editor in Chief William Whiting Photographer Ethan Borle Printery CSU Print Website

WRITE TO THE HUNGAPPA TODAY! The Hungappa is written BY STUDENTS, FOR STUDENTS! As a Rivcoll SRC Publication you can get paid for your submissions. $15 for an article of more than 500 words $5 BONUS Every 3rd Article in a row $20 for a full page graphic design or creation $10 for a half page creation or printed poem More than 1000 words and you may be eligible to have a FEATURE ARTICLE and be on the cover, worth $30. See for the full details on what you could get, or send an email to the editor at

Join The Team! If you are interested in joining the Hungappa team in any of the above roles, or maybe you are just interested in writing for us, do not hesitate to come and see myself in the Rivcoll office or send me an email to!

Hungappa Is a Wiradjuri word meaning “to spread the word” , “to crow about”

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The Proverbial Secretarial

I’ve had enough. Women drivers. Don’t get me wrong, half of you are great and give me no grief – so I’m cool with you. It’s the rest that are housewives in their goddamn wank chariots – the SUV or 4WD Land Cruiser’s that shit me to no end. Out here in the country (yes I deign to call Wagga ‘Country’) I can see why MAYBE, SOME would need a 4WD. However, like back home in the city, when I see women driving around in these overly large beasts of burden I try not to let it phase me. “It’s their choice what car they get, nothing to do with me” and halfway through that rationalisation, the same woman in the same car I am trying not to get angry at, cuts me off, slows down and then prevents me from overtaking. At this point – not that it would even matter – they fail to give a wave of sorry, sincere or not. That rustles my jimmies. Sometimes they even go the wrong way around a carpark and steal a spot I was about to go in and then pretend to be French ... I did so well not to take my tyre iron to her face for her ignorance.

These women in their goddamn iron chariots purposefully put themselves in my way because they think that “Even if I do get into an accident, I’ll be fine in my 4WD ... sucks to be the other car though” – and then resume applying make-up, brushing hair and talking on the phone all at the same time. Also – if you are a member of the Wagga bad parking page I’m sure you will find a number of the cars belong to ... Men. Huh, there you go, we are guilty of some stuff after all! On a similar note, feel free to write in about my narcissistic chauvinism, I never turn away a good ribbing. If it’s particularly good we’ll even publish it as a rebuttal! Now that I have got that out of my system ... Just a little reminder about the roads around CSU. Let’s not beat around the bush, wombat trails are better than what we have going on here. There was a petition going around last semester that was to be submitted to DFM (Department of Facilities Management) that will hopefully get their attention if enough people sign it.

I then go and have a rant to my friends who are good to put up with me, but there is always someone that sees the sexism in what I have to say – “I bet you get cut off by just as many men in 4WD’s and SUV’s as you do women, you never complain about them”. Fact of the matter is, no I am not subjected to horrific driving from men that directly affects me AS OFTEN.

However, we have since decided that pen and paper petitions are outdated and easy to misplace – so there will be an online petition floating about (this week or next depending how I go with assignments) so please, fill your details in, forward it on to friends and have them forward it on. The more people we can reach with the more impact it will have.

Sure, you get some dickhead who hoons past you every now and then, sure you get someone ahead of you that isn’t indicating and taking their corners a bit wide, but that’s fine, you stay back and don’t get in their way.

A round-a-bout is set to be put in at the front of the University in the near future, no doubt distrupting traffic when it does.

06 Spiel No this does not herald the arrival of better roads – but yes, we were promised that while they are at it, the TV Land roundabout will have the roads around it repaired. While we’re in the same ballpark, for more parking on campus we will probably have to pay for it. The ‘Supersize Me’ documentary demonstrated how a person living a life of unhealthy eating and exercise habits could be badly affected in not only the shortterm, but in the long-term if it was to continue. Life is short, so I believe it is important to try to look after our bodies as best we can. This means less sugar, salt, fat, and additives! - And more natural eating, as well as regular physical activity! If you’re still not convinced, I suggest you watch the ‘Supersize Me’ documentary. Remember, you are the master of your own destiny! All things considered, most Universities do pay for their parking and as we don’t, we can’t complain too much. Instead, try riding a bike (just don’t be a wanker and take up a whole lane of traffic), catch the Uni bus or make a combined effort with others and car pool – also people over the hill can start walking again now that the sun is setting later and the days are getting warmer. Next item on the agenda: Rivcoll recently elected some new board members and I am very thankful to be keeping my job as General Secretary (however I am very sad that my friend Tom did not get on ... sorry broseph).

However, we do welcome Hannah Milnes, Melanie Prunster, Saira Hussain, Syed Haris Omar and William Fisher to the board and we appreciate their commitment and future involvement on the board. This Wednesday the 5th will be a great night! We have Children Collide playing for the low price of $15! This is the cheapest price on their entire tour, so make sure you come down to the Nosh for a good night before you head off into town. We never fail to get in great acts, so come back, catch up with friends from after your holidays and have a great time at the Crow Bar. Now that the nights are getting shorter and the days are getting warmer you can’t use the “it’s too cold” excuse anymore, so get on down. Well that should be everything, hope everyone had a great holiday, no broken bones and I hope you are all fresh to start another semester here in Wagga. Get into your study sessions early, start making routines and try to stick to them early so you don’t fall behind – exams are soon on their way and you don’t want to be caught out. For those of you without exams and easy essays before the end of session; I sincerely envy you and will throw eggs at you if I see you. Speaking of eggs, I am engaged in a prank war with a friend and I would greatly appreciate (and so would she) someone writing in with a segment of University Dorm prank ideas! Be original and if I like them I will personally buy you a jug at happy hour this Friday! Take it easy and talk to you soon. -Rivcoll Gen. Sec. Joshua Schultz.



Burke can’t block controversial super trawler Environment Minister Tony Burke says he can’t block the Margiris super trawler from fishing in Australian waters, but still has concerns about its impact on seals, dolphins and other sea life.

-Update Yo’self Fool

Labor stalls despite Newspoll boost for Gillard The latest Newspoll shows Labor’s momentum has stalled despite Prime Minister Julia Gillard’s approval rating reaching a seven-month high.

States call for school funding details

Reserve Bank expected to keep rates on hold

Julia Gillard declares it’s time to change how Australian schools are funded, but will the states get on board?

Economists are unanimous in tipping the Reserve Bank will today leave the official interest rate steady at 3.5 per cent for the third month in a row.

Rejected shipment leaves Aussie sheep stranded Thousands of Australian sheep are stranded at sea in the Middle East after live export shipments were rejected by Bahrain and Kuwait.

Golden girls win relay and break world record Australia’s 4x100m relay team blitzed the field to win gold and set a new world record at the end of Day Five of the Paralympics.

NZ confirms early exit from Afghanistan New Zealand has confirmed its troops will be pulling out of Afghanistan six months early, after five were killed in combat in August.

Police escort Grocon staff into work site Police have escorted a number of workers onto the Grocon Construction site in Melbourne’s CBD this morning.

Suicide bomber targets US diplomats in Pakistan A suicide bomber has rammed a United States consulate car in Pakistan, killing himself and two others.

Shooting of CIA agents in Mexico ‘not malicious’ Mexico’s navy secretary says the police shooting last month of two United States government employees who reportedly worked for the CIA was a mistake and not malicious.

Aussies clinch series win over Pakistan A steadying innings from Michael Hussey and a maiden international half-century from Glenn Maxwell helped guide Australia to a three-wicket win over Pakistan and clinch a 2-1 series win.

CAPTION OF THE WEEK This Weeks Picture



Simply come up with a caption for the above picture and send it in to or write it down at friday unwind when you do a bum. The best one will win a prize.

Final Fling

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11 CR EATIVE The Creative Corner is all about great creations made by you guy s! Be it, comic, drawing, poem, picutre, anything that you use to express yourself we love. Email, fax, scan, copy, hand in, whateve r it takes to get to me, don’t hesitat e, just do it.

! R E N R CO




Here are some interesting facts that you will not be able to resist! The need to know is in our blood. Enjoy.

Your body sheds 10 billion flakes of skin every day. Honey is the only food consumed by a human that doesn’t go off. Every time you sneeze your heart stops a second. A flamingo can eat only when its head is upside down. Children grow faster in the springtime than any other season during the year. No-one knows Albert Einstein’s last words, because his attendant nurse did not speak German. During the War, Sir Winston Churchill “rationed” himself 15 cigars a day. A pregnant goldfish is called a twit.

The most common name in the world is Mohammed. It is impossible to lick your elbow. Slugs have 4 noses. Bullet proof vests, fire escapes, windscreen wipers and laser printers were all invented by women. A snail can sleep for three years. There are more chickens than people in the world. A female ferret will die if it goes into heat and cannot find a mate. It’s against the law to have a pet dog in Iceland.

By Dolly

14 CSU STUDENT Recipe of the week! Dish: Warm chicken pasta salad Cooking Time: 20 Minutes | Serves: 4 Ingredients:


375g dried rigatoni pasta 1/4 cup olive oil 500g chicken breast fillets, trimmed 1 medium brown onion, thinly sliced 1 garlic clove, crushed 200g semi-dried tomatoes, drained, chopped 1/2 teaspoon dried chilli flakes 300ml pure cream 50g baby rocket

1. Cook pasta in a large saucepan of boiling salted water, following packet directions, until tender. Drain. 2. Meanwhile, heat 1 tablespoon of oil in a large non-stick frying pan over medium heat. Add chicken. Cook for 5 minutes each side or until cooked through. Remove from pan. Cover and set aside to rest for 5 minutes. Thinly slice. 3. Heat remaining oil in frying pan over medium heat. Add onion. Cook, stirring occasionally, for 3 to 5 minutes or until onion is softened. Add garlic, tomatoes and chilli. Cook for 1 minute or until aromatic. 4. Add cream. Cook, stirring occasionally, for 3 to 5 minutes or until mixture thickens. 5. Place pasta, chicken and rocket in a bowl. Add onion mixture. Toss to combine. Serve.

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Nutrition Fun Fact Where does a life without fruit and vegetables get you?

Fruit and vegetables contain lots of good bits and pieces that keep the body working well, but if I had to pick just two of the important things you get out of these foods they would be fibre and vitamin C. A lack of vitamin C can result in: m m m m m m m m m

Lowered immune system and FIRST YEAR FLU Bleeding gums Possible weight gain Scurvy Slow wound healing Inflamed and sore joints Dry hair and split ends Anaemia Increased risk of asthma

Not eating enough fibre increases your risk of: m m m m m m m m m

Acne Obesity Varicose Veins High Cholesterol Diabetes High blood pressure Bowl Cancer Haemorrhoids Diverticulitis

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- Namara Nyhan, Nutrition Club

CSU Education Club Wagga Wagga Presents

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After Party at The Vic! free bus from the RSL‌

Friday September 7th 2012 Tickets: $5 members $7 non-members Bring your money to the bus

Busses leave from the Crow Bar @ 5:15 HAPPY HOUR BBQ 3:30-5

Contact Nancy to book a team of 4


Hungappa Term 4 | Week 1 - 2012  

CSU Wagga's weekly student publication for Term 4 Week 1, 2012

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