Curieux is UC’s independent student magazine, running both online and in print, and featuring all student work.  

Curieux’s purpose is to provide students with an active and independent voice in the community. We are a platform for students to discuss a wide range of topics: from politics, university life, philosophy, personal experiences, and much more.  

Lacking inspiration? Click here for a list of article topics!

Print edition

Truth & Lies – Issue 3, 2021

What is deemed the truth and what is deemed a lie can sometimes be up to your own interpretation. From how you view the world, to the values you hold, and the information your given, each part informs how you view the world of truth and lies.

Pieces for this issue will delve into this convoluted world, and showcase personal, creative, or analytical interpretations. The possibilities are endless, so get to work in exploring this wide world of Truth and Lies.

Written submissions, whether creative, poetic, academic, or journalistic, for Issue 3, 2021 are due on the 10th of September. Email submissions to curieux@canberra.edu.au or drop by the Curieux office, 1a01, on a Friday, 10:30 to 1:30, to chat to our editors.

Online magazine

We share students’ creative projects, whether written, or multimedia, as well as journalistic, and academic articles. Our aim to showcase the diversity of our university and the student voice. 

Since 1972, UC has had a rich history of student publications. Formerly CCAESARIAN and Curio, Curieux became an online magazine in 2016 as a modern representative of the student body. 

Today, Curieux is your voice on campus. Contact us today to get involved.  

Email: Curieux@canberra.edu.au

Art competition

Find more information on our art competition here!

Submission Guidelines

Most pieces will have a word count of between 500-1000 words. If your piece is above or below these word counts, please notify the editors and we will work with the information accordingly.

Email your submissions to curieux@canberra.edu.au as a word document, as it allows for easier editing.