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Hosted by Edison Vong and Ruoqi Wang
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Episodes

5. Match-Fixing? Or Do You Just Need To Get Good?

This week we're joined by Ethan Le to dive into the gaming community, discussing match-fixing, E-Sports wages, Twitch gambling controversies and Edison's poor fashion choices.


4. All Friendships Should be Contractually Bound

For the second episode in our Degree Exploration series we've invited Ananya Sehgal to discuss the importance of student activism, venturing into veganism, terrors of studying international relations, and some questionable personal ethics.


3. Doing Pharmacy is a Gateway Drug

For the first episode in our Degree Exploration series we've invited Riko Ngo, to talk to us about his massive brain, doing Pharmacy before Medicine, petty Taekwondo drama, and the hidden conspiracies behind Big Pharma.


2. (Almost) Failing Chemistry is a Personality Trait

This week we're joined by Devshi Janakantha, WIRED's Publications Director, to complain about finishing high school in lockdown, the desperate struggle to maintain friendships, and dreams being a doorway to an alternate reality (???)


1. FIT1047 lovers all hate Shakespeare

This week we sit down with WIRED President, FIT1047 fanboy, and Shakespeare hater, Gavin Douch to chat about living in Shepparton, turning spreadsheets into apps, and making the most out of University.