We have grown up in an age of new media where our expectations of love and sex have been shaped by technology, pop culture and social media. How has this affected the way we form relationships and our attitude towards sex? Natalie Ng breaks it down.
Prioritising yourself is not always a bad thing in a relationship. Yasmin Khushairi shares her own story of how the fallout of a long-term relationship led her to do some serious soul-searching.
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.
Knowing who you are and what you’re all about will lead to more fulfilling relationships in your life. Emmelyn VIncent explains why that’s important and how you can start that process.
Preview Event: See the brand new CBD apartment range from Central Equity. More information inside.
If you’re a new international student in Victoria, you’ve likely encountered the Student Welcome Desk at Melbourne Airport. Wing Kuang speaks to one of the desk’s staff members and reveals why the Student Welcome Desk is important in building a positive international study experience.
Why is it so hard for men to open up their true feelings, and how does the continued perceptions around masculinity affect the mental health of men? Trinh Le discusses what it means to be a man.
There is nothing wrong with being on your own but don’t enter a relationship, platonic or otherwise, because you need company. Natalie Ng explains why this can be dangerous and why you should learn to love and prioritise yourself first.
In a cultural climate still grappling with the realities that LGBT+ individuals experience, one recently developed network is seeking to help LGBT+ international students one step at a time. Mihika Hegde has more.
With more than a decade of experience in the banking and financial advisory sector in her home country, former international student Alexis Phang faced a grim reality upon returning to Australia – the prospect of starting all over again. Now as a Mobile Relationship Manager at Bendigo Bank, Mihika Hegde catches up with Alexis to find out how she beat the odds and found her place in an organisation that values diversity.
Saying ‘hi’ to someone new in your first few classes on campus can go a long way as Samantha Chew discovered. She writes about the first friends she made at university and how they continue to inspire her today.