May 15, 2019

Depression memes are not a real coping mechanism

I imagine many people are going to feel very called out by the title of this week’s editorial. I myself am super guilty of sending my […]
May 6, 2019

Making an ass of myself, it’s what I do baby

When writing for Craccum, my general rule of thumb is ‘does this make me laugh?’. I can’t always make others laugh, but if I’m having a […]
April 29, 2019

Getting Roasted in the Group Chat: An Autobiography

The group chat is one of the most innocent joys brought to us by social media. Having bants while no having to get out of bed […]
April 9, 2019

C’s get degrees and thankfully so does a C-

Week Six will leave many of us scrambling to find what it was we were actually supposed to have learned so far. It’s a fact that […]
April 9, 2019

Buckle up kids, things are about to get moist

Buckle up kids, things are about to get moist The annual sex issue is upon us, and we at Craccum could not be wetter. AUSA thrust […]
March 25, 2019

Jokes Aside, Be Kind to One Another

When putting together Craccum, we are one week behind the news cycle between the time we go to print and distribution onto campus. Often when there […]
March 24, 2019

I’m feeling 22 and fucking tired

This week I celebrated my 22nd birthday, and to the surprise of many, I did not make an Instagram post quoting Taylor Swift’s infamous song. Despite […]
March 11, 2019

What to do when you have already peaked

As I looked at my first editorial (see last week’s Craccum) I felt like a proud mother looking at her firstborn. I was however promptly struck […]
March 4, 2019

Editorial: Welcome to UOA – we have (almost) no culture

As freshers begin to pile in for the beginning of uni, so do their lofty expectations of what uni will be like. Informed by teen comedies […]