Life’s a struggle, but the days still go on. AI TENG and DINGZHIRUO YANG pay tribute to every overseas student who has found a direction in a confused life, no matter who you are or where you are from.
The inaugural Oz International Film Festival wraps up tonight at the historic Alex Theatre in St Kilda, having provided a unique showcase for diverse filmmaking. JAMES WF ROBERTS reports
Trying to make it in the international rap music business has been the life-long dream of Stan Qae and Huon Collidge. They spoke to CORINE STIJNEN
Are you planning on buying a home, or are you too busy buying avocados? KATERINA KOSTAKOS, EVANGELINE OCTIGAN and TYLA CHAPMAN explore some tricky financial territory.
A new strategy has been developed by Brimbank Council to reduce the youth unemployment in the region. JOSEPH LEW reports.
A MONASH University student is developing a global service to deliver natural remedies to menopausal women who can’t use hormone replacement therapy. BETHANY MxcKAY reports.
This film looks at the importance of ethical/sustainable fashion, and interviews Barbara Niglio, an upcycling fashion artist based in Melbourne. Documentary by YUN BAI, YUE CAO and YUET TING ALVINA LAU
Students strapped for cash have offered up their minds and bodies for a range of scientific studies in the hopes of receiving a worthy payout. MIE SORENSEN asks if they would do it again.
I Am A Fan gets meta and is a podcast discussing podcasts. LAUREN ROSENBERG is joined by SALONEE MISTRY and audio and radio lecturer HEATHER JARVIS to chat about the craze
This short documentary explores how gentrification threatens Footscray, as apartments look set to replace the Little Saigon Market. COLIN CARSON, KONSTANTINOS AXIOTIS and SIMON WILLIAMS look at what heritage means to multicultural Australia.