WHAT makes WeChat better than WhatsApp for some international students? Why can’t we all just use one messaging app? Trinity College Foundation Studies students Jolyn Ang Jing Ting, Bhavish Mahesh Harjani and Tracy Du Yunxi investigate and ask these questions and more.
BRINGING a project idea on paper to life is now easier than ever, with the increasing accessibility of 3D printing technology. Lunnie Gan delves into the nuts and bolts and offers up some ideas of how 3D printing might come in handy for your next university assignment.
WRITING essays can be one of the most challenging tasks for students, but there are online tools available to make the task much easier. Trinity College Foundation Studies students Eve Zhang, Yiran Sun and George Jiang have compiled the best online resources you can use to write stronger and sharper essays.
EVER wondered what an international student might need a gaming PC for? Kai Yi Wong guides you on the components you need to build that machine for all your school and gaming needs.
INDEPENDENT game maker Nina Freeman re-created her first sexual experience with a person she met over the internet for her new game Cibele. Deborah Goh caught up with the American game developer to talk about Cibele, sexual awakenings, relationships and more!
WITH dating apps such as Tinder and Grindr becoming increasingly prevalent amongst young people, we ask some international students about why enjoy using these apps and offer ways in which you can have a fun but safe experience with meeting people online. Diana Ponce writes.
For many first time renters, international or local, renting can be a confusing process but the free RentRight app sorts out all the clutter. Stephen Clarke reports.
STUDENTS rely on fast and reliable internet at home so that they can keep up with studies but where can they find the fastest internet? Stephen Clarke has more information on which areas have connected to the National Broadband Network.
CALLING all IT students and graduates! Show off your coding abilities and network with others in your field at the Hack to Your Future event coming next weekend! Marina Solomon has more information.
FOR international students, getting the most out of their living experience in a new city is just as important as their studies. Trinity College Foundation Studies students, Lyena Fi and Hennessy Fu talked to classmates and fellow students to find which apps students found most useful to maximise their living experience in Melbourne.
ANNUAL gaming tournament Shadowloo Showdown brought some of the best gaming fighters for a weekend of competitive action. Hieu Chau interviewed a former international student on his gaming background and his thoughts on Shadow Logic’s work in organising the weekend-long fighting game tournament.
WHAT are your go-to games on the iPad? Omar Aldhanhani and Vanessa Tunggal survey their peers at Trinity College Foundation Studies and share their top 10 list of games you can play on the iPad, for free!