Flushed Away

Whether you’re a freshly minted first year or in the depths of a PhD, the University of Melbourne’s toilets are spaces where students are able to release their tears, as well as their bowels. The assortment of toilets at the University’s various campuses ensure that wherever you are, the comfort of a cubicle is never […]

30 March 2017
Students face pay cuts: what the recent penalty rate cuts mean for students

“Without penalty rates, we are being asked to do everything while getting a further kick in the teeth.”

1 March 2017
Mind The Gap

Students travelling to and from the University of Melbourne may face transport and infrastructure disruptions this year as work starts on the new Parkville train station.

27 February 2017
SummerFest Week One: A Recap in Photos

The best from week one of O Week’s giant orientation event.

26 February 2017
Four Things You’ve Done After a Year in Inner-North Melbourne

When I first decided to move to inner-north Melbourne, I knew I was setting myself up for a life of brunches, bicycles and burgers.

27 September 2016
Something is Approshing

What the fuck is prosh?

3 September 2016
Equal Representation

Paloma Herrera gives a recap of the people of colour conference.

8 August 2016
Free Speech in Academia

Peter Tzimos argues that freedom of speech encourages the promotion of ideas, the importance of staff and students’ mental wellbeing should ensure these ideas are both safely explored and readily available.

Passing Notes

Have you or your friends ever considered giving up on notebooks and just buying your notes? Bella Barker explores the world of passing notes.

Going Green With Envy

A comparison of universities’ sustainability initiatives.

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