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    Exam time is almost upon us. I spoke with former UOW students Marty and Steve to get some tips on surviving exams at UOW.

    Tip #1 – Cheap Beer and Food

    To save yourself time, money and stress, take advantage of this epic deal on at the Uni bar. Grab a $9.50 chicken parma, and upgrade it for an extra $3.10 to get a beer as well. What better way is there to start (or end) exam week?

    Tip #2 – Stress Free Parking

    No one likes fighting traffic, getting to Uni, and then having to fight for a park. Arrive sometime before 8:30am to avoid stress, parking illegally, or envisioning that smug look on the parking inspector’s face (who you know has been out patrolling all semester, in those stupid commando boots, just waiting to catch you out).

    Tip #3 – The Duck Pond

    Eat lunch by the duck pond. Chill, indulge in a spot of people watching, kick back and listen to music, whatever – just relax. Alternatively, if you are the sort of person that does not find relaxing all that relaxing (or have just failed an exam) then feel free to hurl some (verbal) abuse at the ducks, who don’t have to deal with such things as exams.

    Tip #4 – Escape Distractions

    Dog with REIZE

    REIZE - the perfect study companion

    Get out of the house to study. Unless you enjoy listening to your mum vacuuming/roommate’s arguing/the bin trucks reversing-beep-noise, get out of there and find a library. Further benefits include minimised food/TV/social media based procrastination - as you have to pay for unnecessary snacks, there won’t be a TV, and you don’t want other students seeing how weird your Facebook friends are.

    Tip #5– Keep Exercising

    Go do some exercise. This one’s pretty obvious and I don’t need to tell you how to do it. However you like to get the blood pumping, get out there and do it. Shameless promotion here, REIZE is a great, sugar-free way to kick-start your workout.

    Tip #6–Get some REIZE into ya

    REIZE contains Caffeine (to help you study for longer), Taurine (which helps with neurological function), Ginseng (increases stamina and wellbeing) and 6 different B-Vitamins (which do all sorts of good things for you). REIZE is the perfect study-buddy, the perfect exercise partner and is also great as a mixer for the after exam parties.

    Good luck in your exams!

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    Written by James Booth

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    There’s one thing we love to do at REIZE and that’s REIZing (see what I did there) to the challenge and facing our fears. Getting our heart rate up and feeling adrenaline course through our veins. However, some fears can control people’s lives. Some of us are afraid of spiders, the dark, or heights. These fears can paralyse us, make us hide away into ourselves. There are those who have a much bigger, scarier fear to handle: the fear of addiction.

    Addiction in Australia’s youth is scary. There’s no other way to describe it. 2014 saw meth rise to be the drug of choice among Australia’s youth, this is also connected to a rise in young people experiencing suicidal tendencies and mental illnesses. As scary as this sounds, there is hope. Programs like Mission Australia’s Triple Care Farm (TCF), aims to help treat young people who are battling their addiction and help them reintegrate into their lives. They run a unique care facility, which not only provides residential drug and alcoholic rehabilitation for young people aged 16-24; but they also provide mental health services, education and train and life skills programs. To ensure that returning to their lives is easier. It’s a safe and secure place for youths to recover. It’s a noble cause, but a costly one and TCF can’t do it on their own.

    The Sir David Martin Foundation (SDMF) holds an annual fundraising event: Abseil for Youth. SDMF are huge supporters of the Triple Care Farm. The General Manager of the SDMF, Alex Green, has stated that, “Since 1990, Triple Care Farm’s rehabilitation program has turned the lives around of Australia’s most seriously disadvantaged youth. These guys and girls have battled through homelessness, extreme cases of drug and alcohol addiction, all while improving education and treating mental illness.” Doesn’t it sound like a cause worth walking off a sky-scraper for?

    The event, now in its sixth year, raises much needed funds for TCF, and this year they aim to raise more than $400,000! The event is proudly sponsored by Investa Property Group and Adventure Out Australia, who are providing the equipment. To date, Abseil for Youth, has raised over $1.5 million for the program. Helping Australia’s most disadvantaged youth conquer their own fears and face life head on, by encouraging participants to face their own: heights.

    Abseil for Youth sees more than 250 thrill-seeking individuals and teams abseil (as in they tie a rope around their midriff and walk off the side of a building) down a 33 storey skyscraper in Sydney’s CBD; in supportof the youth’s fighting the real challenge at the Triple Care Farm. For those concerned with safety, there will be qualified instructors there on the day to ensure that everything sails smoothly (or seils smoothly, I can’t help it).

    You can make a donation, or sponsor an abseiler on the site Or, you could register and be part ofthe wonderful group of people who put their fears on hold to help others and who also get to experience one of Sydney’s most adrenalin-filled challenges.

    Can you REIZE to the challenge and face your fears?

    Written by Orlaith Costello


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