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Fair fares campaign gains momentum

STUDENTS from university campuses across Victoria are taking a united stand in their call for fair fares, with the formation of the Concession Card Coalition.

Indian students face-off Victoria Police in cricket friendly

INDIAN students took to the streets in a face-off with Victoria Police in Melbourne this afternoon, albeit for a very different cause – harmony through cricket.

Culinary schools not visa factories

CULINARY schools across Melbourne had a point to prove as young chefs from around the world battled it out at the inaugural International Students’ Cooking Cup.

Fashion sense, and sensibility

SHE’S made a name for herself within literary circles, and invaded popular culture too, with movies like the Jane Austen Book Club. But fashion? NGV curator Roger Leong gives Meld a sneak peek inside Austen’s wardrobe.

New helpline for Indian students

A NEW helpline has been launched to assist Indian international students as a response to the recent spate of attacks, the latest of which left a man in hospital after being attacked with a screwdriver at a party in Hadfield, in Melbourne’s north.

Call for inquiry on student mistreatment

THE National Union of Students has called for a Federal Government inquiry to look into dodgy English-language providers, unscrupulous landlords and underhanded bosses.

Indie music in the limelight

MEET Giulia Tan and Lionel Kho, the voices behind SYN FM’s new radio show, the Limelight Hour.

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