American Assassin will prompt moviegoers to switch off their brains if they are expecting something original, writes DAMIEN NGUYEN
The TalkSport crew preview a massive week of finals with the AFL season rapidly drawing to the close. Also on this week’s episode, Under The Radar returns with some local footy on the agenda as well as some Matildas and NRL talk.
It was a true triumph for Geelong coach Chris Scott. LAURENCE ROSEN pulls apart the key decisions that helped Geelong dismantle Sydney’s finals ambitions on Friday night.
The time has finally come for you to cast your ballots in the MSA 2017 election and, to help you make an informed choice, MOJO has put together a highlights reel for each party. Politics editor Matilda Boseley reports.
After a year away from the campaign, Grassroots are back in the game, and this time they are teaming up with Together. SYBILLA GROSS reports
Who is actually behind all those “joke” parties, and where do their votes go when they inevitably lose? Withe election starting on Monday, SIMON KUPERMAN and MATILDA BOSELEY take a closer look.
The lack of sleep is one of a number of factors that can exacerbate mental health issues for students. DAMIEN NGUYEN talks to students about their sleep habits, and gets some advice.
Solar panels and wind turbines capable of producing 60kW of power is enough to put a smile on dairy farmer Simon Garvey’s face. DAVID McALPINE reports.
Science and drama combine in this story of an explorer’s epic 11-year journey into the Amazon. WILL ZWAR enjoyed the trip.
Assignment deadlines, relationship pressures, social isolation – these just some of the reasons why students might not be feeling 100 per cent. Mojo’s Selby Cameron Stewart and Shivé Prema talk to students about how they are feeling for R U OK Day.
Melbourne’s Potterheads didn’t shy away from an excuse to go full blast with the celebrations of the 20th anniversary of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. RINA TSE went along
AMELIA LIM explored the wide array of international cultures on show at Caulfield campus, to see how those cultures drive fashion choices.
Controversy broke out on the Facebook group Monash StalkerSpace last night when a screenshot of a post from Together candidate Fergus Calwell showed him saying Together would “take the student union back from the Left”. SIMON KUPERMAN reports.
Monash will be covered in yellow for R U OK? Day tomorrow, with Conversation Cafes set up at the Peninsula and Parkville campuses for the first time, as well as as range of activities at Clayton and Caulfield. JACKSON PECK reports.
This episode of Streetegist explores one of the most essential items for students – bags! ALISHA PAWA and LAUREN CHOO explore Caulfield campus to look at the types of bags students carry and how much they spend on them.
Tom Cruise stars in a film that has everything – drugs, sex, fast planes, a ridiculous amount of money and bizarre US foreign policy – and it’s based on a true story. DAMIEN NGUYEN looks at film that is clearly having a blast.
Monash University’s bike-sharing program is finally gaining some traction after becoming a free service in July. ELLIANA SALTALAMACCHIA reports.
At a protest at the State Library at the weekend, the Australian Government was urged to provide urgent aid to the Rohingya people, a Muslim minority being persecuted in Myanmar. JOY JOSHI reports.