Harambee (magazine)

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Harambee
Type Student newspaper
Format Magazine
Owner(s) Edith Cowan University Student Guild
Publisher Edith Cowan University Student Guild
Editor-in-chief Tessa Drysdale
Language English
Ceased publication 2005
Headquarters Churchlands, WA Australia
Website Harambee

Harambee was a student newspaper published at Edith Cowan University in Western Australia until 2005. The last volume of Harambee as a magazine was published in 2005. The editor was Tessa Drysdale.

In 2006, the Harambee brand was incorporated into a university publication called Campus Buzz, edited by Leanne Pitcher and Shane Newton. In 2007, Harambee content was published as part of the Edith Cowan University magazine Inbox.

As of 2008 Harambe was defunct and superseded by "G-Spot" which was published in a magazine format until 2010 when it was relaunched as "GSM"

The term "harambee" is Swahili for 'Let's pull together'.