Hear from Meld’s very own production editors, Natalie Ng and Samantha Chew, on what their motivations were for creating this series and learn how we all can collectively do better to treat one another with respect.
Celebrate the Diwali Festival of Lights, check out artists’ amazing work at Melbourne Festival, improve your mental wellbeing or hit up another Melbourne design market. What will you do this weekend?
International students have an exclusive opportunity to learn from accounting professionals about their work at the Victorian Government’s Department of Health and Human Services, thanks to CPA Australia.
Have fun at the Royal Melbourne Show, see Shannan Lims new show The Yonder, celebrate classical guitar music, or see Daschunds…dash. We have your weekend covered!
Experience the very best in city living and explore Melbourne Grand’s city homes at its FREE open inspection. Open from Thursday, September 21 – Sunday, September 24.
Meld Community presents a free screening of the ‘The Hunting Ground’ an award-winning documentary chronicling the personal stories of students who’ve been sexually assault on American university campuses. Screening followed by a panel discussion addressing issues raised in the film.
Visit Animaga 2017, celebrate Mexico’s independence, see Africa On Screen or learn how to make the perfect macarons. What are you gonna get up to this weekend?
This #SEXtember, we ask… Where do you get your sex ed from? And what are the biggest problems facing it today?
SEXtember has returned! This year’s theme is all about respect for yourself, your partner and those around you as we explore healthy relationships this month! Find out how you can participate!
Any student who has pulled an all-nighter or a series of all-nighters would know how difficult it can be to make sense of night and day again after that. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Victoria Huo, Erin Zhang and Kamjanasaya S speak to a health professional for tips and advice on how students can reset their body clock.
For young people who have grown up with Facebook, Instagram and YouTube, the thought of disconnecting from these social networks can feel like the world is coming to an end. At least that’s what Trinity College Foundation Studies students Victoria Christiani, Cliffany Young and Coco Chen thought at the start when they bravely undertook this social experiment on digital decluttering.
Hawthorn might not be the first suburb that comes to mind when thinking about local Melbourne hotspots to visit, but as Trinity College Foundation Studies students Cloe Lim, Hannah Liu, Irene Li finds out, there’s plenty to see, do and eat in this vibrant suburb.