Good Luck for Exams~
Ohayou <<First Name>> its your secretary James desu~

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Vanguard Tournament

Anime: Kaguya-sama Love is War

Do you think you have what it takes to be the best guarder of vans in SUAnime and AUNSW? Come compete in our CardFight Vanguard tournament this Wednesday - first place gets 16 packs!

Date: Wednesday 5th of June
Time: 11am - 4pm
Location: International Student Lounge
Cost: $15

SUAnime x UNSW Vanguard Tournament

Sydney Film Festival

Film: Tito and the Birds
If you are considering going to Sydney Film Festival, don't pay full price~ You can buy the UniPass for 6 tickets and save $7 per ticket!

Perfect for if you want to watch 6 movies by yourself or if you want to watch with friends
Sydney Film Festival UniPass
Sydney Manga and Anime Show is back with anisongs, special guests, the maid cafe, and your favourite exhibitors - including SUAnime!

That's right SUAnime will have a stall at SMASH as usual, and hopefully we'll have some fantastic new merch for you to buy

For more details, please go to the SMASH website

Manga Recommendation

Want to procrastinate but ran out of manga to read? Here's a recommendation from Vicky, our events director:

Haibane Renmei

This time it’s an anime recommendation because I didn’t get round to reading anything this week. 

Haibane Renmei, with the title being “Feather Federation, the girl with charcoal grey wings” is a short, atmospheric show that follows the personal journeys and struggles of its characters. 

From a cocoon within Old Home, a young girl is hatched. She remembers nothing, except for the vague memories of a dream. She is quickly accepted into a family of female Haibane, who are humanoid beings with halos and feathery wings, and given the name Rakka. Rakka learns about the world around her; making friends and getting used to her new life as a Haibane in a town that is encapsulated by tall stone walls. 

Haibane Renmei may seem underwhelming at first glance, with its dull colours and underwhelming synopsis, but it really shines through the world it builds and the characters within it. The first half is a calm slice-of-life, following Rakka and her exploration of the world, but the second half dives into the internal struggles of the Rakka and the other Haibane, turning it into a poignant and philosophical drama. Who is Rakka? Why was Rakka born? What’s with the walls? While the show poses many questions, not all the answers are there, so it’s nice to just reflect on it after watching. 
Also, the soundtrack is pretty nice, which perfectly fit into the setting but can pull its weight during the more emotional moments- same composer as the soundtrack of The Shadow of Colossus. 

Mysterious and cosy to watch, I recommend giving it a go when you want to wind down to relax on an existential journey for redemption.
Good luck for exams <<First Name>>
Anime: Hitoribocchi
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