Books for Big Brains: Jessica Friedman’s Things That Helped

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Q&A: Jasmine Fairbairn

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This Friday night, comedian Jasmine Fairbairn will form part of The Comedy Conglomerate, a night of standup comedy hosted by Changer Studios and held at Brisbane’s Metro Arts. We caught up with Jasmine ahead of her set to learn more about how she started and developed her career, and what she’s most looking forward to about the evening.

Books for Big Brains – Modern Women: 52 Pioneers

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Q&A: The Director of Single Asian Female, Claire Christian

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Hot Chicks with Big Brains are incredibly excited to be partnering with La Boîte Theatre Company for the duration of their 2017 season. This year’s performances promise to be as engaging as they are diverse, with a whole bunch of incredible women helping to ensure … Continued

STEMM Trails: Dr Ranjana Srivastava

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The Marvel of Modern Medicine Dr Ranjana Srivastava is a well-renowned medical oncologist, Guardian columnist and celebrated author. Claire Barnes sat down with Dr Srivastava for a brief chat during her visit to Brisbane for the annual UQMS E.S. Meyer’s oration … Continued

Q&A: Single Asian Female

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Hot Chicks with Big Brains are incredibly excited to be partnering with La Boîte Theatre Company for the duration of their 2017 season. This year’s performances promise to be as engaging as they are diverse, with a whole bunch of incredible women helping to ensure their success.

Q&A: Golda Guido

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“Growing up, being a black girl, there was so little representation, whether it be with toys, or shows, or even adverts for products. So when I found out what MBR was all about, I couldn’t wait to be a part of something that showcased so much variety. Just brilliant.”

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