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BULL

BULL was the student magazine of the University of Sydney in Sydney, Australia, and was published by the University of Sydney Union. Established as The Bulletin, then The Bull, BULL was the union's only high-gloss magazine and was published monthly by an editorially independent student team. Written by students, for students, editorial leadership changed annually and as a result, editions changed tone and style over the years. In 2013 BULL was awarded at the ACUMA Awards for Excellence in Campus Service, receiving Best Publication. BULL had a strong focus on feature articles, culture and arts and involved fellow student reporters, contributors and photographers enriching the magazine. In 2015 the readership of the magazine dropped dramatically which eventually led to the closure of BULL that year. In early 2016, it was officially reported that BULL would be discontinued with print versions and the website shutting down, and a new online platform, later titled Pulp, would take its place, edited by student journalists Whitney Duan and Aparna Balakumar. ()

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