In an Australian-first, journalism schools from four Melbourne universities will participate in a joint exercise to cover the Victorian election, writes Campbell Elmer.
Stacey Elms-King investigates the posture dos and don’ts that can help you avoid the dreaded neck and back pain we can get during exam periods.
The sport of roller derby is all bruises and bumps in a fight for skating glory, writes Meaghan Weiley.
In the next of our Journalim 101 series, we meet Jake Stevens, a journalism student obsessed with infographics.
Metadata-retaining laws are overkill and an abuse of power, says Samuel Ord.
Stacey Elms-King explores the increasing popularity of hula hooping and the positive influences it can have on the mind and body.
The race for the AFL Rising Star award is wide open, writes Robert Beaton.
Boycotting media outlets and cultural entities because of the conflict in Gaza sets a dangerous precident, writes Philippe Perez.
Given our position in the international community, the best we can do about the Gaza conflict is to shake our heads and hope it all blows over, writes Campbell Elmer.
Ally Dennis discusses why undergoing a ‘dry month’ can be painful and pointless.
A popular culture trend is fast becoming a nuisance for athletes on and off the field, writes Callum Godde
Junior discos provide a positive environment for children, writes Rikki-Lee Burley.