When Australia closed its borders last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it didn’t just lock people out, it also locked people in – leaving many international students feeling homesick. Felice Lok reports.
Abortion can be a difficult topic to discuss freely. Here, we ask two int’l students to share their views on abortion – along with the reasons behind them.
International students may experience a lack of sexual education. So where can you turn to for help? Meld’s Felice investigates why 1800 My Options is a great place to start.
We see people indicating pronouns on different social media platforms, but do we really know the significance of using them? Meld’s Divya reflects.
“I’m living a double life – one where I am free to be my true self, and the other slightly less so.”
People use different labels to assert their identities, and you’re most likely familiar with at least some of them. But what if you don’t feel like any label suits you?
SEXtember 2021: Accept and A-Peach-iate is here! Here’s what you can expect to see… and what to read in the meantime.
Do you constantly find yourself rushing from pursuing one goal to the next? Meld’s Felice Lok writes on the importance of allowing yourself time to pause and reflect.
Divya gives you a few tips to keep your mental health in check during this stressful uni period.
Doing an academic research isn’t just all glory and achievements, it comes with it’s own struggles and challenges. Jason spoke to a PhD international student to know more about what they go through.
Don’t be afraid to reach out, and take care of yourself. Jason from Meld talks with two batyr alumni about what pushed them to reach out for help.
How does your home country’s view of queer culture affects your mental health and identity? Ai Jia from Meld talked to Fei Fei and Akand from batyr.