We look into all aspects of youth culture. Drinking, sex, travel, buying stuff, study as well as deeper social issues, we aim to reflect the voice and interests of the average 18-24 year old in all their funny, frank, brutally honest and vulgar glory.
If we were making a victory speech at the Academy Awards, our number one shoutout would go to MONSU Caulfield. The awesome stuff we’re able to accomplish is all thanks to their generous funding.
Thematic editions are released quarterly and are free to all students, often meaning that the magazine enjoys a high reader-per copy gure. This also means a whopping 100% pick up rate.
Esperanto also has a website that has been turned into a new, sleek, easy-to-use incarnation, that will enable students to keep up to date 24/7, as well as allow for multimedia content and advertisements.
We’re on the hunt for relevant, interesting advertisers to join us in:
a_ The most exciting, thrilling and perhaps arousing year of Esperanto yet.
b_ Beating other student magazines to a bloody pulp.
Amber De Luca – Tao