Ahead of her national tour next month, Megan Washington speaks out about the inspiration for There There.
Lisa Healy reviews the Wanton Shillelaghs gig at the Brunswick Hotel (20/1/15)
Having toured across the world, Circa is set to perform its fifth Melbourne show this week. Kelly Pigram visited the Melbourne Arts Centre to see what sets ‘Beyond’ apart.
An explanation as to our Lot’s wife.
Dr Francesca Collins is a Senior Lecturer in Behavioral Studies in the Faculty of Arts at Monash University, Clayton campus and the head of non-residential Phoenix College at Caulfield campus. Dr Collins has registered to run for the Sex Party in the upcoming state election. What seat/electorate/division are you running for and which party are you representing? […]
Lot’s Wife talks to Monash staff member Leslie Hughes about the upcoming Victorian State election
A group of Monash students began a peaceful occupation of the Monash University administration building at 1:30pm today, in solidarity with today’s National Day of Action, called by the National Union of Students.
So yesterday I was sitting in the bar, after unwillingly being coaxed out for lunch amidst writing an awful essay. The trade-off for this was that I would bring my laptop and at least pretend that I was still working on it. I was taking a leisurely scroll through Facebook while sipping at some cider when something caught my eye.
My future has changed. After four years building a life with my fiancé – one of the loveliest, kindest, and smartest women I know – I fell in love with someone else – a beautiful, intelligent, incredibly talented, and annoyingly well-read man. The future we had constructed collapsed and, as I wonder what lies ahead […]
In student elections, the only thing that matters is making sure your campaigners are the ones getting potential voters over the line and into the voting area.
I am your average university student. I go to my classes, attend a barbecue here and there and waste copious amounts of money on coffee to fuel my procrastination.
Following its release in 2013, it would seem that Frozen has become an unstoppable Zeitgeist, as one of the most popular Disney movies since the Disney Princess renaissance of the late 80s – early 90s. Seriously, I’ve only seen the film once, but I’m pretty sure I know every single lyric from its hit song ‘Let it Go’ because it just seems to be everywhere.