Following this scorching summer and many major fire scares, Samantha Chew interviews David Goei, an international student veteran who rolled up his sleeves to help rebuild after one of Victoria’s worst moments in history, Black Saturday.
We all have enough junk to deal with in life, don’t let your dry and wet waste be one of them. Here is a comprehensive guide by Trinity College Foundation Studies Students, Nathan Nguyen, Florian Hu and Sharon Vanessa, to help you with all your trashy woes.
Find trams confusing and complexing? Here is guide to help navigate your way through Melbourne’s Trams. Trinity College Foundation Studies students, Kristine Lin von Freiesleben, Lerong Lin, Qiyuan Huang write about the dos and don’ts when using trams.
SEXtember is back with more stories on relationships, sex, gender identity and more. This year’s theme is all about navigating dating in a digital age and how technology has affected us in different ways.
Based on our #ThinkSmartStaySafe coverage, we challenge you to use what you’ve learned and take our quiz! Get your friends to do it as well and learn what it takes to stay safe and the role of police in Melbourne.
This year’s Melbourne International Student Conference explored all the ways in which international students today can make a positive impact in the world to benefit their community. Isabella Foster has the report on this year’s MISC.
Former Melbourne International Student Conference delegate Kristin Tan shares with Meghalee Bose her experiences with MISC, her international student journey and more!
Applications are now open for students interested in being part of the Melbourne International Student Conference 2018.
During Mental Health Week, Meld will be bringing to you a series of articles that aim to assist, educate and inform international students on what to do to improve their mental wellbeing. Stories will also include guides for students who may have a friend or family member undergoing mental issues.
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.
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.
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!