Being and living as a millennial is amazing. I get to live with different kind of technologies around me and I can get everything with a touch of a finger. Getting food comes really easy too. I can just lay on my bed, open up one of the food delivery services on my phone― Ubereats is my favorite one, and just scroll through the various range of menu on my small screen. Continue reading “When Ratings Determine Your Life”
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There is a saying that goes along the lines of ‘laughter is the best medicine.’ However, making people laugh, is not always easy. So does trying to talk about sensitive issues. I for one, always have trouble opening up with people around me about my own personal issues. However, Annie Louey does a fantastic job in making people laugh, while being able to bring up the sensitive topics that she cares about.
Picture by: Netflix, words by: Isabella Reharta
The recent obsession by teenagers over the binge-worthy show called ’13 Reasons Why’ by Netflix actually sparks a controversy around it.
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And the debates in my heart continues.
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A recent incident relating to sexual offenses that occurred in the Monash University’s library makes people question about their own safety around campus.
Alun-Alun, which is the annual event by the Indonesian Student Association (PPIA) in Victoria is back again in 2017 with more fun than ever.
The use of greyhounds as the subject for the heart transplantation experiment is necessary to avoid any disastrous outcome, said a Monash University professor.
(Picture: a homeless person’s belongings in Hosier Lane, Melbourne)
Family violence is one of the major issue that increases the number of youth homelessness in Victoria, following the need to be out of foster care by the age of 18.
Support services for international students in Monash this year have been better than the previous year.