I can’t believe the young folk at the University of WA, on the Guild as well, have allowed this type of base humour. The editor of Prosh is a FUCKHEAD. And whoever wrote the articles, whoever sat there and giggled to themselves that this would be the ‘bestest most funniest’ thing as they wrote it? I hope you have your right to a degree at UWA revoked.
I wonder how many people saw this before it was published and decided to say nothing. Or worse, how many thought it hilarious?
Wait is this legit? Like a thing that actually got published?! Can someone explain this to me?
Yes, this was published in this year’s edition of the Prosh newspaper. As a UWA student myself, I am deeply disappointed and disgusted by the Guild’s careless and thoughtless publication of offensive stereotypes of this country’s First Peoples.
The Indigenous Communities Education & Awareness Foundation, one of the four benefactors of Prosh this year, has since refused any of the money raised, and has also rejected any continuing association with the UWA Student Guild.
Rachel’s Funny Girl broadway audition reminded me of why I watch (and still watch) Glee. Singing a Glee classic: Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’”, she imagines the original New Directions backing and supporting her, as her trademark confidence and ease center stage is on full display. Even after four seasons and countless replays, I still love this song and it feels just as energised as it did during the Glee pilot. Keep on dreaming. Keep on believing.