BASED on the true events of the “bodies in the barrels” crimes in Adelaide – the serial killing of 12 victims between 1992 and 1999 – Snowtown is worth a watch, and in no part due to its gruesome subject matter.
WHO said legal education sessions had to be boring? The International Student Legal Advice Clinic has come up with a creative and engaging way to touch on heavy topics like workplace bullying and abuse, safety breaches and unreasonable working hours. Connie Foong reports.
UNLESS you’ve been living under a rock the past year, you couldn’t have missed these little bite-sized luxuries popping up at patisseries all over Melbourne. This week, Celine Tan, owner of macaron business Peek! shares her passion and recipes.
BOLLYWOOD, singing bees, and an impressive homage to the King of Pop were among some of the things students at Arrow on Swanston got up to at their recent housewarming party. Photos, videos and more…
YOU don’t have to solve everything on your own. Know who to go to for help when you have problems with your visa, issues with your enrolment, accommodation, migration, fines and other legal matters.
WONDERING what’s happening around the world this week? We thought we’d give you a hand and fill you in on items big and small, near and far. This week, it’s about the Oscars, back-to-uni offers, and the earthquake in Christchurch.
THERE is no better introduction to Melbourne than attending the Lord Mayor’s Student Welcome. The event will be held at Signal (located behind Flinders Street Station) this Saturday March 5.
IN ORDER to catch up with the Chinese and Indians, Malays “need to be given handicaps to ensure fairness, not discrimination”, says former Malaysian prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad. Do you agree?
THERE’S growing support for a new banking initiative which would provide ongoing revenue for grassroots projects and initiatives in Carlton. Find out how your dollars and cents could make a difference to your community.
DEVOTED to “ideas worth spreading”, TED started out in the United States as a one-off conference in 1984 bringing together people from the three worlds of technology, entertainment and design. Today, the TEDTalks have gained a strong global following, and spawned numerous independently organised TEDx events, like the recent TEDxMelbourne conference.
CRIME rates have fallen in the Melbourne CBD. But not all students say they feel safer walking around the city, especially at night. Do you agree? Share your experiences with us.
DID you know choosing protein over carbohydrate foods before exams can help to keep your mind more alert? Preparation for exams start from the kitchen, says dietitian Winnie Kam.