Media juggernaut Instagram conquered the social media space after being acquired by Facebook in 2012. Now Instagram is setting its sights on challenging YouTube’s bread and butter – video. ADHEESHA DE SILVA reports.
BODIL TUMMERS talks to Alexa, a former competitive cheerleader who had to find a new identity after fracturing her back.
Australian experts are divided with the World Health’s Organisation’s official classification this week of video gaming as an addiction disorder. BETHANY MCKAY reports.
Thousands of people gathered for a silent vigil to remember Euridyce Dixon at Princes Park last night. AMBER SCHULTZ and CHESTER NGAN report.
Victoria’s sports lovers will have a new place to shop for cheap sports gear when the French sports retail giant Decathlon opens its first Victorian store in Box Hill this November. KATE TAN reports.
With a driving rhythm, Beat explores the city over the course of an ordinary day through music and montage, to reveal Melbourne’s animalism.
Shaz is 26 and graduating from her Bachelor’s degree and doing a Master’s in social work at the same time. SURYAN ZAKI talks to a woman who doesn’t let her disability stop her from achieving her dreams.
Monash student Daniel Simson was diagnosed with stage three testicular cancer almost two months ago. As he deals with chemotherapy, his girlfriend Matilda is trying to end the stigma that surrounds the disease.ANDREA THIIS-EVENSEN reports.
There is plenty of star power across World Cup Groups G and H, with England, Belgium and Colombia all expected to make runs into the tournament. TAS MAVRIDIS looks at the likely outcome.
In April next year, Bobby Bajram will become the oldest person with a disability to attempt to climb Mt Everest. CAROLINE TUNG talked to a man with a passion for adventure.
Ending sexual harassment and assault at universities will require a change in culture. In this second part of a special Mojo investigation, YANG LI talked to experts about the way forward.
It has been almost a year since the Change the Course report shocked revealed the shockingly high rates of sexual assault and harassment at Australian universities. In this first part of a special Mojo investigation, JESSICA WOOLLEY looks at what has happened since.
Statistics, historically treated with suspicion, are slowly establishing a foothold in the culture of Australian football. NATHAN JOHN looks at a new book that might help change all that.
Five-time champions Brazil and four-time champions Germany are the main threat in Groups E and F in the World Cup, which kicked off this morning. TAS MAVRIDIS looks at their chances.
VICTOR PERRAMON talks to Emma about the impact of her parents’ divorce.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate – the next installment of the famous game franchise – will have an October 7 release. ADHEESHA DE SILVA reports
As the kick off for the World Cup nears, TAS MAVRIDIS continues his look at the teams. Groups C and D feature a couple of campaigns for redemption, as well as any slim hopes the Socceroos have.
A day, in a city full of people and full of chances. A day of moments. This continues a series of short creative documentaries from students in Film and Screen Studies units at Monash.