Mental health has traditionally been stigmatised and seen as taboo but recently there has been a shift, more people are
The annual Melbourne International Student Conference returns for a sixth year, with a focus on opening up a discussion of Failure Future and Focus.
Jensen Ooi explores Melbourne’s best not-so-known bubble tea joints. So grab your metal straws and ready your camera apps…you’ll thank us later!
The international student experience is often one of wonderful memory making. For most, a quick flick through Instagram shows a merry time. But how much of this is true? Jensen Ooi delves in and unpicks the realities of aesthetic grams.
Meld Magazine’s Emily Hua had a chat with City of Melbourne Councilor Philip Le Liu about his passion of representing International Student voice in the coffee city.
Jason Hendriks documents a dumpling-filled weekend; spread with games, filled with like minded international students, and wrapped within the heart of Melbourne. Also featuring bubble tea, a ball pit and whole lot of useful information, read on!
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.
Koko and Shigyo from Trinity College Foundation Studies guides you on how to properly bring food back to Australia to help with your homesickness
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.
Kevin Melo Gonźalez Shares his thought in language barrier and talks to International students and Local Australians alike in overcoming communication obstacles.
Francisco Arminger Shares his conversation with his friends about the conundrums of living with housemates, and why if everyone should try it.