is the student magazine of the University of Technology, Sydney
, , Retrieved on 2007-03-22 Its name derives from the university's main building, which is a 28-storey brutal modernist tower block and how the Vertigo Offices were originally at its summit (they have since been moved to Level 3). The magazine is published by the UTS Students' Association
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The 2011 editors of the magazine are Carla Efstratiou, Daniel Piotrowski, James Bourne, Ava Nirui, Justin Wolfers, Lucien Alperstein, Anna Watanabe and Gemma Kaczerepa.
The editorial leadership changes annually by popular vote. This has led to a colourful and diverse history. As a result, editions change tone and style over the years, based on who the editorial team is. In one year, the paper may be a fairly innocuous comic paper, another year very strongly politically influenced. This is entirely within the ethos of the publication.
Each edition contains an editorial, satire
, serious feature articles
and movie reviews
and profiles on popular artists. Comics and other artworks often are printed by the magazine, but may not be in every issue.
Office Bearer Reports
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