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.
If you grew up reading Archie comics, you’d enjoy this dark imagining of your favourite Riverdale characters in the 21st century.
A not-for-profit project produced for fun, Riverdale is a fan-trailer responding to the common trend of “gritty” remakes of popular franchises. It was made on a budget of just $3500 over a weekend with the help [...]
STUDENTS thronged Melbourne University’s Wilson Hall yesterday and today for the Clubs and Societies Expo in search for new friendships, freebees, and some fun. Meld Magazine journalist Joyce Ho reports.
THIS year’s Indian Film Festival returns with bells and whistles, featuring more than 30 films including 15 Australian premieres, lots of red carpet action, and a Bollywood dance Guinness World Book of Records attempt. And… and… we’ve got five double-passes to giveaway! Find out how you can win.
BOLLYWOOD, it’s a term that has stuck, whether filmmakers and producers like it or not. Meld Magazine catches up with Indian Film Festival director Mitu Bhomwick Lange to find out if there’s more to Indian cinema than the big dance numbers, music and melodrama of Bollywood.
UNIVERSITY is as much about who you meet and what you do, as the courses you undertake. This week, Meld editor Karen Poh offers some useful tips and advice on how to get connected, and reasons why O-week is the perfect place to start.
Now don’t you all wish you had parents like that?!
If talking animals are your kind of thing… this trailer from the BBC combines comedy with natural history footage.
Don’t get stuck at the airport check-in counter unglamorously repacking your suitcase, and no, rice cookers don’t cost twice as much in Melbourne. Lonely Planet’s travel editor, Shawn Low, dispenses some travel tips to make the transition that little easier.
GIVEN its gorgeous wares have a long history, it’s fitting that Hunter Gatherer’s new home at the Royal Arcade in Bourke St Mall, does too. Meld takes a peek inside the vintage fashion store and trawls through the treasures on offer.